The Bobby Blackwolf Show

717 - 07/12/20 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Sony Invests In Epic, Should Games Cater To Everyone?

  • I contributed a video to the Virtual Southern-Fried Gaming Expo about how we used to play pinball at home before people could bring actual pinball tables home.
  • Dragon Con has finally been cancelled 60 days out of the convention. There will be a virtual event in its place.
  • Sony has made a strategic financial investment in Epic Games, further cementing their relationship with the Unreal Engine technology for both games and movies.
  • A chat on our Discord about The Last Of Us Part II spurned a discussion on if games need to cater to everyone, and why the terms "play" and "game" might be holding back the medium.
  • Then we take calls about video game pinball turning real, and the possibility of travelling in a year or two.

Virtual SFGE 2020 - How We Used To Play Pinball At Home

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“You can please some of the people all of the time, you can please all of the people some of the time, but you can’t please all of the people all of the time”.” ― John Lydgate

Games and other forms of media is not meant to cater to everyone as there are different genres, themes, age ratings, and player preference. For example: a Mario game can be rated E for everyone can be viewed as just for kids by some people, or people don't play platformers and prefer shooters and/or sports games only.

I used to play video games as an escape, now i play them for entertainment and discussion with friends.

Last of Us 2 is rated M by ESRB for Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Nudity, Sexual Content, Strong Language, Use of Drugs. If you're not into that, don't buy it. You don't have to purchase/play every AAA game that comes out.
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