Episode 3 - fortnite being sued?
In this episode we talk a bit more about cats than we have in the past episodes. Patrick talks about his new kitten “Ekko”, and some of the challenges he is currently facing with him. CES has come and gone so we chat about some of the cool tech that was released at the show this year. Moving into the gaming discussion it is ruled by Fortnite and the lawsuits popping up against them regarding their in-game dances. We also talk about more news from Activision and the changes happening within that company. We also get into a discuss about Early Access and how we feel about it in the gaming industry. Is it just a money grab?
Discussed “Ekko”, Patrick’s new kitten
Roll up OLED TV
8k OLED TVs
Patrick learns about TruMotion (aka Soap Opera Effect).
Pharrell? What is he doing here?
Specifically the Radeon VII GPU announced by AMD.
Launching in February @ $699 price point
New Razor Monitor
Worth the price?
We discuss Razor products, quality, and the price premium that seems to come with their products.
We discuss briefly the setup of how Chris’ records the podcast and his “struggles”.
Patrick likes curved monitors because he finds the idea appealing to roll them up.
We discuss Jerry’s painful, yet satisfying, durability testing. Check him out!
Activision - Bungie
They love to be in the news recently it seems like
Chris is excited for Bungie to separate from Activision and hopefully deliver Destiny 3 on their terms.
Patrick discusses some of his frustrations with Destiny 2 and the impact of Activision on this franchise.
What kind of impact does this have on the industry?
Money grab for some companies?
Patrick is 100% on board with Early Access games.
Fortnite Being Sued
People who supposedly “created” these dance moves are suing Fortnite because they’ve added them into the game.
Article referenced in our conversation.
Discussing intellectual property.
Sidenote: If you’re a copyright lawyer we’d like to hear your thoughts on this!