The Bobby Blackwolf Show

721 - 08/09/20 Bobby Blackwolf Show - LEGO NES Kit, Apple Protecting You From xCloud

  • I am ACTUALLY hosting a shift at Summer Games Done Quick 2020 Online! Catch me Wednesday night, 10PM ET/7PM PT hosting the Devil May Cry 4 speedrun. If you wish to donate, please DO NOT MENTION this podcast or VOG Network as it will not even make it to me, but you can donate towards the host's choice of incentive which I will choose that night based on what incentive needs help.
  • The Intellivision Amico has been delayed to April of 2021 due to obvious reasons.
  • Apple proclaimed that they are protecting their customers by not allowing Microsoft's Project xCloud and Google Stadia on iOS devices because they wish to individually review each and every title on the services.
  • The LEGO NES Kit has arrived, and I built the $230 behemoth and talk about the building process as well as how it works.
  • Then we talk to OLR about LEGO building and Apple's stance on cloud gaming services.

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8/15/2020 11:40 PM

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I think Apple's claim on protecting consumers is BS and they're just playing favorites

Recently Epic took a jab at Apple with a coordinated attack (campaign) to sue them by purposefully getting their Fortnite app banned due to a direct to pay payment method to prove a point; starting a revolution (?)

I'm on Epic's side on this one as it's hypercritical of Apple seeing Amazon, food service, and transportation (Kyft,Uber) apps have their own direct to pay payment option, and gaming apps doesn't.

I see Apple as stuck in the past; seeing games only for kids thus need the extra protection
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