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Bounty Board 037: eSports and Stuff by Caleb Sawyer

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So we sat down this week to go in-depth on eSports and then realized…we have already done that. Batting 1.000 over here. So instead of going super deep on eSports, a rapidly growing industry across the globe, we decided to talk about what eSports means to us. Why we watch them, or don’t. What games we like to watch. What games we want to see take center stage. And what games we think will help eSports break through to the beer and nachos crowd.

We also gush a lot about the Borderlands 3 reveal. Because, why wouldn’t we? There are guns with legs, for crying out loud! Also we are are obsessed with the mechanical hunk that is Flak. Dont @ us…

News for the week:

EA Lays Off 350 Employees
April Games with Gold
Borderlands 3 Announced
Borderlands 3 Date Found?
Twitch Squad Stream “Launches”
Army Looking to Recruit Gamers
PlayStation’s State of Play is…Underwhelming

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Bounty Board 029: In Indie We Trust by Caleb Sawyer

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For the longest time, the biggest and baddest games have fallen in the AAA category. A category of games that comes with millions of dollars for production, a huge marketing budget, dozens (if not hundreds) of developers, and the majority of the community’s attention. Then, in the late 2000s a movement began to gain momentum. As digital distribution grew, smaller studios began to release titles left and right. Titles that spoke to player’s emotions, specific genres and playstyles, and most importantly player’s wallets. Indie games were cheaper, but didn’t cut corners on quality. Almost overnight, indie games became a real contender in the video gaming world.

This week on Bounty Board the crew dives into the indie “revolution” of the late 2000s and the indie “renaissance” we are in now. There are so many good indies that we actually forget that some of the games that we play are in the indie bracket. We reminisce on some of our favorites, talk about what lead to our AAA disenfranchisement, and discuss how indie games have brought the industry back into focus as a whole. A great talk here, folks!

News for the week:

Anthem IAP Clickbait
Batman: Arkham Crisis Rumors
Apex, Titanfall Battle Royale Rumors

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Bounty Board 015: Let the Games Begin! by Caleb Sawyer

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The season of games is upon us! And boy did it surprise us. Already we have Rocket League’s Rocket Pass, PUBG’s full release and introduction of the PUBG Event Pass, Destiny 2: Forsaken, Marvel’s Spider-Man, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider. This week on Bounty Board Caleb and Eric dive into all of these titles and talk about the swift start the season of games is off to.

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News Topics:

Cyberpunk 2077 Side Quests
Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey’s Impactful Player Choices
Ubisoft Reaffirms Splinter Cell Will Return
Alan Wake TV Show in Development

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