Sept. 16, 2016

Battlefield 1 biggest beta ever and old gamers hate competing

Battlefield 1 biggest beta ever and old gamers hate competing

Plus, For Honor gets another closed Alpha.


Today's Episode

Gamers are an interesting breed. We crave excitement and a challenge, but, not all the time. It gets worse as time goes on. The older we get, the more we do not want to compete. Games are fun and sometimes you just want to have fun. Not compete, not have to deal with people. That's why single player is still a viable avenue for developers to do. It's a big surprise that the older you get, the less you want to compete. People change, you have more responsibilities and competing is not fun. It's great that single player games are still around. There will always be a market for it.

Time for the show!

Gaming News Pwnd:

Overwatch gets a small patch

Blizzard is letting people change their username for a fee

Steam changes its review policy

Divinity: Original Sin 2 looks great in early access

Paladins goes open beta

South Park: The Fractured But Whole gets delayed

Brutal looks to bring the old school feel to FPS

GeoForce GTX 1080 Ti looks to beat the Titan

A study finds the obvious, old gamers do not want to compete

Sony did not like No Man's Sky PR strategy

Star Wars Battlefront DLC live next week

Metro developer teases something interesting

EA releases some interesting facts about BF1

For Honor gets a second closed Alpha

Gaming Deals:

WB Games Publisher Weekend Sale

ASPYR 20th Birthday Sale

DEUS EX, TOMB RAIDER, THIEF AND MORE -60/80%

Tweetable Quotes:

Are people still playing Battlefront?

Now, you can get all the BF4 DLCs for free!

I am in the For Honor closed Alpha. That's all I can say.

Big surprise, older gamers do not want to compete.

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