Christian & Sal discuss when game cartridges were king and why they were so beneficial to the games industry. Comparisons are made to the Playstation Neo rumor and the New 3DS and the duo go on to further discuss half upgraded game consoles, are they a bad idea or do they add to the video games industry? Hear our thoughts & more on this episode of iXP!
Do you ever yell at your TV when you think you finished a game 100% but realized it is 99%? Sal & Christian talk about what its like being an OCD gamer and what its like wanting everything to be in order in our gaming lives. We also discuss the recent news that Disney has decided to cancel Disney Infinity because of low sales and we do our very first give away! You will have to listen to the end to find out how you can win.
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In this episode, Sal and his buddies Mike & Sean take over recording this week and talk about swap meets. Sal attended a swap meet in Cambridge Ontario and talks about what he got & how much lowballers suck.
We start off talking about the not so surprising success of Miitomo, which leads us to an Amiibo rant. In other exciting news at the GDC, Playstation announced their VR bundle and we discuss the prospect and relevance of the technology. Microsoft announces that they will support cross play, which shoul’ve been a big deal but turns out not so much. In the face of the success of The Division, Destiny announces a new update coming up that may woo some players they lost back.
After a brief hiatus, we’re back! This week we discuss the recently announced Rocket League Championship Series where $75,000 is up for grabs. It’s a lot of money yes, but pales in comparison to what one lucky person received for just simply playing Elder Scrolls Online.
Spintires, the cult-favourite vehicle sim on Steam, has had a few problems lately and it may be due to it’s own creator, and his ongoing problems with his publisher.
Rage quitting is addressed in Street Fighter, and it’s something we would like to see somehow incorporated in other games as it’s an issue across many games.
Sal gives us a brief Nintendo Direct recap and Mark talks about his experience in the Dark Zone with the Division Beta that happened in February, just prior to the game’s release this week.