Sometimes a game developer doesn't have the time or budget to put all their ideas into a single game, but that usually comes out later as downloadable content. Byte Me DLC is like that, except we'll never put the DLC on the disc and make you pay to unlock it. Probably.
Microsoft's E3 Presentation Was Amazing!
Microsoft did not disappoint this year, showing 60 games! Of those, we saw 14 first party games and 34 games coming to Game Pass. We also got the first look at a the New Pro Controller 2, a small update on xCloud and the reveal of the next Xbox called Project Scarlett. The Outer WorldsOct 25GamepassBleeding EdgeNinja Theory (Dom Mathews & Rahni Tucker)Game pass4 v 4 combatOverwatch-esqueJune 27th technical alphaOriGame passXbox One & PCFeb 11 2020Minecraft DungeonsGame pass3rd Person isometricOnline and couch 4 player co-opSpring 2020Jedi Fallen OrderNovember 15Blair WitchGame passHorrorLate 2019Cyberpunk 2077No-Tell Motel? Really?Gorgeous CGI
Sea of Thieves: From Launch to Today
We are extremely lucky at Byte Me to have access to what many would call a Sea of Thieves expert. That expert, of course, is Captain Vinny Pegleg...the man, the myth, the pirate legend! Yarr!Vinny and Captain Blondbeard (aka Dylan) took us all the way through the last year of Sea of Thieves updates, from the vanilla game of last year through the just released Anniversary Update! So hoist the mainsail, batten down the hatches and umm...shiver me timbers as we Sail the Seven seas with Vinny!
In Defense of Crackdown 3
Crackdown 3 launched to overwhelmingly negative reviews (it currently has a metacritic score of 60 on Xbox and 54 on PC). But something about it really, really grabbed Cliff and Colby, so they decided to record a podcast about it. Along the way, Cliff's son Carter also really enjoyed the game, so they brought him along!
In A Strange Turn of Events, Cliff Gets Interviewed
Generally when you are on a podcast, it's you that's doing the interviewing. But Isaac Golden of WLCA radio in Illinois is working on a project for school where he has to interview six podcasters and found Byte Me through PodcastOne.Cliff sat down with him and answered questions about how Byte Me got started, how Byte Me DLC evolved out of the main podcast, if doing a podcast has changed how he looks at video games, how he thinks you should deal with trolls and his advice for folks looking to start their own podcast.
Are Gamers Complaining About the Wrong Thing?
If you haven't read this article yet, I highly suggest you do (before or after you listen to the podcast). As always, I'd love to hear your thoughts.https://kotaku.com/how-biowares-anthem-went-wrong-1833731964
DLC Plays: The Walking Dead Season One
Cliff, Colby and Vinny take a deep dive into the first season of The Walking Dead from Telltale Games.We have a lot of thoughts on the story and characters, some good (Vinny) and a lot bad (Cliff and Colby). But both good and bad, we run through the entire game, sharing our thoughts along the way. If you enjoyed this month's podcast, play along with us next month as we play Metro 2033!
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Concise, very informative update on what’s happening! Love a quick listen in the morning.