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Welcome to Some Patches Required! Here, we're going to talk about the games industry. We love it, you love it, but we can all agree that it needs some work. Every other Friday, we discuss topics ranging from crunch and employee mistreatment to the sheer existence of the KFConsole.
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We're back, and the same as ever! Wait, is that disappointing? If it is, what we mean to say is that we're here and just as enjoyable as you've come to expect. Is that better? Worse? Marketing is hard.This week, we take a look at some of the biggest personalities in the gaming industry, from Todd Howard to Yoshi P.  to Peter Molyneux. We even sneak in a few references to Hidetaka Miyazaki, Hideo Kojima, Shigeru Miyamoto, and others.We had fun, and we hope you do too!P.S. - If you're looking for context on the cold open, you'll have to wait for the inevitable blooper episode. It still won't make sense, but, hey, that's SPR.Listen to Beach Girl on SpotifyCheck out edouggieart on EtsyCheck out even more edouggieart on InstagramSources:FFXIV Yoshi P on the Online Shop in FFXIVA LEGEND! Asmongold & Rich Interview Yoshi-P | FFXIV EndwalkerList of Content Creators participating in media tourEndwalker Delayed: A Brief History of Apologies in FFXIV vs. WoWBuilding Community: Developers in FFXIV vs. WoWThe Molyneux Cycle (The Jimquisition)"You think you do, but you don't" (Full Answer)WoW Classic Has Been A Huge Success, Here Is Everything That Lies AheadPreach Reacts to WoW Community Council and RAGES at Ion InterviewBreaking Down Ion's Interview... OuchPeter Molyneux Interview: "I haven't got a reputation in this industry any more"
Hello, and welcome to yet another episode of Some Patches Required. Yep, we're still doing the dang thing. This week, we're proud to introduce a special guest by the name of Bruce Evans, who just so happens to be a technical artist at Blizzard.We invited Bruce to talk a bit about what exactly a technical artist does, how he got to where he is today, and to give some advice on the potential merits of going to grad school to get a job in games. What we got was a hearty helping of the above with the welcome addition of some relatable stories of career struggles, tales of time spent in Japan teaching English, and a bit of affirmation for anyone struggling to break into an industry they love.What you won't hear is anything about the recent headlines regarding Activision Blizzard. We'll save that for another episode, and we think Bruce's insights are just what the doctor ordered right now - no controversy required.Please, enjoy.Listen to Beach Girl on Spotify Check out edouggieart on Etsy Check out even more edouggieart on InstagramCheck out Bruce Evans at https://twitter.com/brucemevans
Consider the calendar.  Sometimes, minutes, hours, days, or (god forbid) weeks go by without updates pertaining to things you care about. For better or worse, this was not such a week. Between breaking news regarding Activision Blizzard, Ubisoft's dedication to negging players for not spending enough time in Far Cry 6, the ongoing NFT war between Steam and Epic Games, Space Pringles®, Zuck's ambitious new plan to trap you in the internet, and the release of Dune, it's safe to say that it's been a been an interesting few weeks. With so much going on in the entertainment world, we decided to use this episode to explore as many topics as we could. Which is to say, far fewer than we should have been able to tackle with the time provided. Also, Aaron is well aware that his mic goes a bit renegade a few times, and he apologizes with all the sincerity his heart can muster.  We hope you enjoy.Listen to Beach Girl on SpotifyCheck out edouggieart on EtsyCheck out even more edouggieart on InstagramReferenced Sources:Activision Blizzard ends forced arbitration as CEO takes a massive pay cutSteam Clamp Down On NFTs, Epic However...Bungie ENRAGE Players With Destiny 2's Latest Expansion
We know that the last few episodes served as a showcase for the guest-heavy format we're looking toward, but we wouldn't judge you for missing the dulcet tones of Zak and Aaron as they agree about things and talk about KFC way too much. Well, Aaron might, but that's more of a reflection on him than you. You're great, and you have great taste in podcasts.All of that is to say that this week's episode comes without frills. It's just two well-intentioned fellows talking about the frustrating and shady world of mobile game marketing, discussing the use of celebrity likenesses in games like Far Cry 6, and ruminating on the mysterious lack of Dune novels and very specific manga in Austin, TX.We hope you enjoy. Listen to Beach Girl on SpotifyCheck out edouggieart on EtsyCheck out even more edouggieart on InstagramReferenced Sources:The DISGUSTING State of Mobile Game Ads (and why YouTube LOVES IT)
Are you ready for another dose of in-the-trenches insight from Doug Trein? Well, you'd better be, because this episode concludes our first collaboration with this consummate professional, multi-talented, and profoundly bassy-voiced developer/writer. This time around, we dive into the nitty-gritty of game reviews, listen to stories about the "behind the scenes" of games journalism, and try to dissect the complicated topic of review scores. We don't plan on giving this episode a score, but we sincerely hope you enjoy it.Want to learn more about Basileus? Check out the official website.Looking for a new game to dive into?  Romance of Raskya is available on itch.io and Steam. (Since the game contains adult content, Steam requires you to log in to your account before viewing the page).  SpR fUn FaCt: Developers earn a higher percentage of the asking price when you buy directly from itch.io, and you have the option to tip if you so choose. In the case of Romance of Raskya, your itch.io purchase also comes with a complimentary Steam key.Listen to Beach Girl on SpotifyCheck out edouggieart on EtsyCheck out even more edouggieart on Instagram
Brace yourself: SPR is trying something new.That's right, Some Patches Required — ever a bastion of consistency — is shaking things up. This time around, Zak and Aaron invited The Godzilla Novelization Project founder (and elder brother to Aaron) Daniel DiManna to talk about "Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens."Spoilers abound as these three affable chaps talk about how they felt the first time they sat down to view the first chapter of the last chapter of the so-called Skywalker Saga, how they felt after a rewatch, and how the subsequent movies mercilessly eradicated any trace of hope introduced in "The Force Awakens." Did that sentence make sense? No? Well, neither does the sequel trilogy!But, fear not, faithful listener. Our intrepid hosts will return to video games in the next installment. Listen to Beach Girl on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7d3stbZda2NcV2DPjsDvAj?si=8TQz8E7tTT2H8Hy6G07uQQCheck out edouggieart on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/edouggieartCheck out even more edouggieart on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/edouggieart/?hl=enCheck out the Godzilla Novelization Project: https://godzillanovelizationproject.com/Chat with Danny  (@ Danzilla93_GNP) on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Danzilla93_GNPChat with Danny more on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Danzilla93/Chat with Danny even more via Gmail: godzillanovelizationproject@gmail.comSupport the Godzilla Novelization Project (and listen to the Monster Musings podcast) on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/godzillanovelizationproject/overview
We usually start these descriptions with an overlong, unnecessary description of our topics based on a tangentially related idea. Today, we break the mold.On this, the 20th episode of Some Patches Required (who would have guessed it would last this long?), we invited long-time friend and all-around swell gent Doug Trein to talk about his experience co-founding the indie studio Basileus and working on the virtual novel Romance of Raskya. We also asked him to reflect on his six-year stint writing about games for the site now known as Fandom, but we spent so much time digging into Raskya that we needed to split the discussion into two discrete parts.So, if you're interested in hearing a gentleman with a profoundly bassy timbre talk with Zak and Aaron about making a story-focused romantic visual novel, this is the episode for you.But do be sure to keep an eye out for the second half of the discussion, which will debut in the near future.Want to learn more about Basileus? Check out the official website.Looking for a new game to dive into?  Romance of Raskya is available on itch.io and Steam. (Since the game contains adult content, Steam requires you to log in to your account before viewing the page).  SpR fUn FaCt: Developers earn a higher percentage of the asking price when you buy directly from itch.io, and you have the option to tip if you so choose. In the case of Romance of Raskya, your itch.io purchase also comes with a complimentary Steam key. Listen to Beach Girl on SpotifyCheck out edouggieart on EtsyCheck out even more edouggieart on Instagram
As one great Greek philosopher famously said: "Sometimes, you've got enough material in the bag to make a beautiful quilt, even if you may see it as too little." Of course, another said, "If you have no material from which to craft your art, why bother?" Then, as if sent from Olympus itself, another said, "Hey, you're just working on a podcast, and you needed to shuffle your topics around a bit. Stop taking yourself so seriously." So we did.Humor and artifice aside, this episode is more or less a collage of different topics that have popped up since our last episode (or something close to that). We run the gamut from James Gunn's "The Suicide Squad" to the surprisingly murky depths of Roblox, with a soupçon Kojima tossed in for flavor.We hope you enjoy.Listen to Beach Girl on SpotifyCheck out edouggieart on EtsyCheck out even more edouggieart on InstagramSources:Hideo Kojima’s deal with Xbox reaches key milestone (Venture Beat)Hideo Kojima's Next Game Could Be Exclusive To Xbox (Gamespot)Ex-Far Cry Dev's New Game Studio Is 4.7 Percent Women, Ready For More (Kotaku)Investigation: How Roblox Is Exploiting Young Game Developers (People Make Games)It's Shocking Just How Shady Roblox Actually Is (Kotaku)How Roblox Became a Playground for Virtual Fascists (WIRED)
Before you begin this episode, Zak and Aaron invite you to revisit the treasured memories you built while playing your favorite games. Were you trying to best your father on the digital be-iced colosseum that plays host to hockey? Working night and day to stop the Reapers from destroying humanity? Perhaps doing a Bethesda thing? Now ask yourself: how much would you pay for that experience to look better or run smoother?In this episode, our humble hosts dive into the murky, confusing, and often contentious topic of video game remasters, re-releases, and remakes. How much should you pay for them? How long should a company wait to remaster/re-release/remake a game? What the hell is the difference between the aforementioned terms, anyway?While neither Zak nor Aaron can provide a conclusive answer, they can (at the very least) offer an extended segment where they talk about people who were in the film "Frank," a movie neither of them has actually seen. TLDR: Business seems to be running as normal at Some Patches Required.Listen to Beach Girl on SpotifyCheck out edouggieart on EtsyCheck out even more edouggieart on Instagram
CONTENT WARNING: During the first part of this episode, the discussion references harassment, suicide, and sexual abuse. If you would like to avoid these topics, please skip to at least 20:48.At the risk of getting a bit too real, Zak and Aaron ran into an issue while preparing/recording this episode. On one hand, we wanted to speak about the recent news regarding Activision Blizzard, which is both deeply troubling and infuriatingly unsurprising (making it all the more troubling). But we also wanted to publish a podcast episode that wasn't a non-stop barrage of negativity.So, we did our best to split the difference. The first 20 minutes or so are devoted to the allegations of widespread abuse at Activision Blizzard, while the rest is a little more lighthearted in nature.  We talk about the recently-announced Nintendo Switch OLED, the Steam Deck, and whether either one will make a big splash in the market. In the interest of levity, Aaron inserted a mediocre pirate joke into the latter part of the discussion. But, as is often the case with pirate treasure, you'll have to go on a journey of discovery in order to find it.Heartfelt pleaFrom the deepest part of our hearts, we hope that anyone listening who is dealing with abuse of any kind or grappling with suicidal thoughts knows that they are not alone. Here are a few resources you may find valuable. If you need them, use them. If you're not sure, use them to ask. Asking for help is a sign of strength, not a sign of weakness.National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-4673Sources:Blizzard Boss Accused Of Failing To Address Sexual Harassment Calls New Allegations 'Troubling' (Kotaku)Activision Blizzard Sued By California Over Widespread Harassment Of Women (Kotaku)Jason Schreier's TweetActivision Blizzard Sued Over ‘Frat Boy’ Culture, Harassment (Bloomberg Law)Over 1,000 Activision Blizzard Employees Sign Letter Condemning Company's Response To Allegations [Update: Now Over 2,000] (Kotaku)Activision Blizzard employees sign petition denouncing company's 'abhorrent' response to lawsuit (CNN Business)What we actually want from an upgraded Nintendo Switch (The Verge)Nintendo never needed to fix the Switch; it’s not broken (The Verge)Listen to Beach Girl on SpotifyCheck out edouggieart on EtsyCheck out even more edouggieart on Instagram
A wise podcaster once said, "Look to your games for gameplay; nothing else." Another said, "narrative is vital, no matter the experience." Neither Zak nor Aaron know where to find the ancient texts that hold the ultimate truth as to whether story is more important than mechanics or vice versa. One thing's for certain: they'll need to solve a few puzzles to come to a conclusion.This time, hosts Zak and Aaron try to make sense of the strange relationship between gameplay and narrative, and weigh in on whether one is more important than the other. Naturally, it proves to be too big of a topic for two mortals to tackle in roughly an hour. Then again, they do spend a fair amount of time talking about fried chicken. Also, Aaron forgot to turn off his air conditioner before recording. When asked for a comment, he said, "Well, poopy."Enjoy.Listen to Beach Girl on SpotifyCheck out edouggieart on EtsyCheck out even more edouggieart on Instagram
Here at Some Patches Required Industries, we like to think of ourselves as people of the people despite our staggering success and record-breaking download count. As such, we decided to grant Tyler Blust and Anthony Mikicic from GuessworkVR an audience (meaning you).Bloviating aside, these are some seriously talented individuals working on some really cool projects along with a full crew of other awesome people. Based on our conversation, it seems like they're onto something with this whole "virtual reality" idea, and their recent grant from Oculus Launch Pad only serves to further the point.It also doesn't hurt that both Anthony and Tyler have a solid understanding of what they're talking about, given that they've been in the game (pun intended) for much longer than Zak and Aaron have been doing a podcast. Also, they're funny and insightful in equal measure. So, please listen. Please.Please?Want to learn more about GuessworkVR? Look no further than their official website.Just want to see UNDR H20 in action? GuesswokVR has just the landing page for you. Listen to Beach Girl on SpotifyCheck out edouggieart on EtsyCheck out even more edouggieart on Instagram
At the risk of sounding like the introduction to nearly every article, press release, or set of podcast show notes written since the start of "you know what," the world looks a little bit different today than it has in years past. But, since 2021 marks the return of E3, that's what today's episode of Some Patches Required is all about!Episode 14 comes right out of the gate with a failed intro bit handcrafted by Aaron with all the grace of a fainting goat, followed by the world debut of everyone's favorite KFC mistake, the Colonel's Nasty Boy. Then, our intrepid hosts take a leisurely stroll through the world's first all-digital E3 conference while discussing their favorite reveals/most anticipated releases, what they were sad to see absent, and whether E3 is relevant at all anymore.They also kind of dunk on Halo for a bit, and Aaron throws some shade at "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story." But, don't worry, he cut the full 30-second diatribe about how much he hates it from the final product.  Listen to Beach Girl on SpotifyCheck out edouggieart on EtsyCheck out even more edouggieart on InstagramBrief Special Guest: Mildred, The Sound Destroyer
Here at SPR, we like to think that highlighting serious topics within the games industry doesn't require emulating the tone of a particularly boring episode of "Mr. Wizard's World." If you're not 150 years old (or Aaron), that means we try to balance research-based discussions with our unique brand of insanity.If you need proof, look no further than this episode. We inexplicably start out with a guest appearance by the lord of the underworld before transitioning to a conversation about how much the Internet hates the perceived design tweaks Aloy received for Horizon Forbidden West. Then, we finally land on our main topic: The cases for and against raising the price of video games to $70. Hey, if it weren't as eclectic as Frasier Crane's design philosophy and accompanied by show notes filled with obscure half-jokes about beloved sitcoms and educational children's programming, it wouldn't be Some Patches Required.Listen to Beach Girl on SpotifyCheck out edouggieart on EtsyCheck out even more edouggieart on InstagramSource Links:CEO compensation surged 14% in 2019 to $21.3 million (Lawrence Mishel and Jori Kandra)The $70 video game is inevitable (Charlie Hall): The $70 Price Tag Is Actually Indefensible (The Jimquisition)The Sixty Dollar Myth (The Jimquisition)$70 games are ‘fair market value’ and consumers will ‘happily’ pay, argues analyst (Andy Robinson)I don’t buy the claim that games need to be $70 and you shouldn’t either (Eric Abent)Can $70 games succeed in a subscription-filled, free-to-play world? (Kyle Orland)The cost of games (Raph Koster)Should Video Games Be More Expensive? 3 Reasons Why That Doesn't Make Sense (Erik Kain)Video Game Prices Are Going Up for the First Time in 15 Years (Olga Kharif and Takashi Mochizuki)Are Video Games About To Cost 70 Dollars? Hopefully. (Kali Scales)
An intellectual once said, "To err is human, to complain for a really long time about movies that tried and failed to capture the nature of the games from which they drew inspiration is the height of entertainment." Who was that shining light, whose voice seemingly sprung from the well of unnecessary verbosity and pointless metaphors? The world may never know.While that quote may never find proper attribution, you can take a break from fancy turns of phrase and enjoy two friends talking about bad video game movies. In preparation for this episode, Zak and Aaron watched "Super Mario Bros.," "Resident Evil," and "Monster Hunter." One of them was pretty good. One of them was so unhinged that enjoyment wasn't even an option — it was always going to happen. The other one occupied the majority of the conversation. It's up to you to figure out which is which.They also talk about Mass Effect for a while, and Aaron said that his second least-favorite Star Wars Movie was "The Last Jedi," when in fact, it's "The Rise of Skywalker." So that's neat.Listen to Beach Girl on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7d3stbZda2NcV2DPjsDvAj?si=8TQz8E7tTT2H8Hy6G07uQQBask in the glory of Beach Girl's new EP: https://open.spotify.com/album/231Xn5cBLtO11ohzLeTJHN?si=TqL3TXZdTn6tma8ymKqqpgCheck out edouggieart on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/edouggieartCheck out even more edouggieart on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/edouggieart/?hl=enZak plugged it, so why not?:  https://rantreviews.net/Here's "The Sherlock Gnomes Incident," just for good measure:  https://rantreviews.net/2018/07/22/random-rant-the-sherlock-gnomes-incident/
Cast your mind back to the halcyon days of one episode ago, when we spent more than an hour talking about wacky licensed video games with Aaron's brother. Fun times, right?Now, pop your earbuds in and listen to us talk about the borderline catastrophe that was Sony's plan to blitz the online stores for the PS Vita, PS3, and PSP (all of which Aaron owns, none of which he regrets buying), and the threat that poses to the preservation of games both new and old. It may be a bit on the heavy side, but it did prompt Aaron to say something semi-insightful for what may be the first time in the glorious history of SPR.  Additional high points include a fleeting mention of the Oscars, yet another discussion about The Last of Us, a startling lack of cat noises, and Zak winning the game of grammar moments before revealing his catastrophic bathroom crimes. Hey, what did you expect?Also, a divide can surround something; Aaron is just a dumbo. Listen to Beach Girl on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7d3stbZda2NcV2DPjsDvAj?si=8TQz8E7tTT2H8Hy6G07uQQBask in the glory of Beach Girl's new EP: https://open.spotify.com/album/231Xn5cBLtO11ohzLeTJHN?si=TqL3TXZdTn6tma8ymKqqpgCheck out edouggieart on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/edouggieartCheck out even more edouggieart on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/edouggieart/?hl=en
Oh, hey, didn't see you come in there. Well, now that you're here, we'd like to welcome you to a very special episode of Some Patches Required! This week, we take a trip down memory lane while talking about licensed video games. What makes that so special? We're joined by a distinguished guest, Aaron's brother Danny!He kicks things off by talking about The Godzilla Novelization Project, his insanely ambitious attempt to write unofficial, full-length adaptations of each and every Japanese Godzilla Movie. Then we move on to hard-hitting issues like the fact that Zach tried to cheese opponents using Megalon in "Godzilla Destroy All Monsters: Melee the same way Aaron did, how pretty Mothra is, and the fact that there's a tremendously terrible "Home Improvement" video game out there.Also, this is our 10th episode, so Marc Maron can huff our shorts.Listen to Beach Girl on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7d3stbZda2NcV2DPjsDvAj?si=8TQz8E7tTT2H8Hy6G07uQQBask in the glory of Beach Girl's new EP: https://open.spotify.com/album/231Xn5cBLtO11ohzLeTJHN?si=TqL3TXZdTn6tma8ymKqqpgCheck out edouggieart on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/edouggieartCheck out even more edouggieart on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/edouggieart/?hl=enCheck out the Godzilla Novelization Project: https://godzillanovelizationproject.com/Chat with Danny  (@ Danzilla93_GNP) on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Danzilla93_GNPChat with Danny more on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Danzilla93/Chat with Danny even more via Gmail: godzillanovelizationproject@gmail.comSupport the Godzilla Novelization Project on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/godzillanovelizationproject/overview
We try to structure every episode around a clear idea, use our first- and second-hand experiences to bring some level of knowledge to the conversation, and do our best to address societal issues while recognizing our privilege. But, sometimes, we also spend an immoral amount of time discussing the Snyder Cut of "Justice League" despite the fact that neither of us has yet found the gumption needed to sit through a 4-hour version of "Justice League." We've also started recording our audio differently, which shines the sonic equivalent of a spotlight on one of our recording setups and a terribly loud chair that's only slightly less vocal than Mildred. It won't be hard to guess which one of us holds the short end of that particular stick. Also, Aaron becomes The Scatman again. So, yeah, it's SPR. Listen to Beach Girl on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7d3stbZda2NcV2DPjsDvAj?si=8TQz8E7tTT2H8Hy6G07uQQCheck out edouggieart on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/edouggieartCheck out even more edouggieart on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/edouggieart/?hl=enSource Links:Myth Busting: Mobile Gaming Demographics - MMA Global: https://www.mmaglobal.com/research/myth-busting-mobile-gaming-demographics#:~:text=Our%20data%20revealed%20that%2066,25%25%20longer%20than%20for%20menA Super Cool Reddit Thread (u/deleted):   https://www.reddit.com/r/gaming/comments/99hyqz/why_is_there_a_hate_for_sports_games_in_the/The Scatman (This time it was Aaron, as Inspired by the Scatman): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hy8kmNEo1i8
Today we celebrate an astronomical achievement. It's the first time we've managed to post an episode that's under an hour. But fear not, dear listener. We still dive into the nitty-gritty of a topic that's on the tip of everyone's proverbial tongues — are open world games inherently shallow?In the process, Aaron makes a "joke" about setting pubic hair on fire,  Zak teaches his incompetent cohost about the phenomenon that is Blaseball, and Aaron provides a flawless synopsis of "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift." We also name an angry toilet. And yes, the  "P" stands for what you think it does. Listen to Beach Girl on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7d3stbZda2NcV2DPjsDvAj?si=8TQz8E7tTT2H8Hy6G07uQQBask in the glory of Beach Girl's new EP: https://open.spotify.com/album/231Xn5cBLtO11ohzLeTJHN?si=TqL3TXZdTn6tma8ymKqqpgCheck out edouggieart on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/edouggieartCheck out even more edouggieart on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/edouggieart/?hl=enSource Links:Maybe check out Blaseball on Patreon?: https://www.patreon.com/blaseball
Have you ever wanted to hear two white fellows in their mid-twenties talk about a big tech company's most recent bungle while a very cute cat with a tiny face you can't see and a loud voice you can very much hear screams in the background? Well, have we got a show for you!This week, Zak and Aaron try to dissect what's good, bad, and terribly misguided about Google Stadia. That is, after talking about Pokémon for far too long while being consistently cut off by the sonic blight that is Mildred.Aaron also manages to mutilate the English language so egregiously that it sounds like he's trying to scat. Take that double entendre however you will.Please, enjoy.Listen to Beach Girl on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7d3stbZda2NcV2DPjsDvAj?si=8TQz8E7tTT2H8Hy6G07uQQCheck out edouggieart on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/edouggieartCheck out even more edouggieart on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/edouggieart/?hl=enSource Links:Google Stadia Shuts Down Internal Studios, Changing Business Focus (Steven Totilo): https://kotaku.com/google-stadia-shuts-down-internal-studios-changing-bus-1846146761Stadia vs. xCloud: How these game-streaming services stack up (Jess Confitt): https://www.engadget.com/2019-11-29-stadia-xcloud-comparison-google-microsoft-game-streaming.htmlWe ranked 50 failed Google products from best to worst (Oliver Cragg): https://www.androidauthority.com/failed-google-products-list-943812/The Scatman (The Scatman): https://youtu.be/Hy8kmNEo1i8
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