Pokemon GO, diversity in eSports commentary, Apple TV's gaming bust, Kickstarter Justice, and more.
Bringing in the new year with an interview with Chris Hoopes and Dustin Twilley from Ghost Crab Games. We also talk a little CES.
CoD Ghosts install is looking to be a whopping 50 gigabytes, and that shocks Joel a little. We also discuss Steam Machine specs, Playstation embracing mobile, Microsofts data collection, and asking too much of the players.
I thought the Tegra chipset was quite impressive for mobile, but apparently that’s not enough for NVidia. NVidia’s Project Logan is looking to bring PC graphics to mobile devices with a GPU that uses a scaled down version of the Kelper architecture that we have been seeing in recent NVidia cards for desktop and PCs. […]
After two weeks of podcast bad luck we are finally back. In this episode we discuss 4K gaming, Sony thinking people don’t want to buy online, XBox One Headsets, and more.
CES was this week, and if you weren’t careful, you may have mistaken it for E3 lite. We discuss the Nvidia Shield, Illumiroom, and Xi3 Piston (aka Steambox?). Also, we are now in the age of virtual assassins.
Valve has a plan to hit douche bags in the wallet. Also, Microsoft plans on feeding you more ads, Next-gen consoles are predicted to sell less, one retailer plans on sharing used game sales with publishers, and more on this Mashcast.
This special edition Mashcast takes a look at PAX East 2011. Three days of surprises, disappointments, and hot engineers.