Episode 46 - Technical Dificulties

Brief synopsis below of each articleArticle Link

Story 1

Bioshock owners in for a treat!

http://m.neogaf.com/showthread.php?t=1279380

Story 2

Sony Throw No Man Sky under the Bus

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2016-09-16-sonys-shuhei-yoshida-on-no-mans-sky

Story 3

Valve kills Digital Homicide

http://techraptor.net/content/digital-homicides-games-removed-steam

Story 4

Pokemon for the NX

http://www.digitalspy.com/gaming/pokemon/news/a808524/there-will-be-a-pokemon-game-for-the-nintendo-nx/

Story 5

I think I'm a clone now.

http://kotaku.com/paladins-developers-deny-cloning-overwatch-1786899394

Story 6

Unlawful gambling promotes prosecuted

http://www.pcgamer.com/first-prosecutions-made-in-relation-to-videogame-betting-in-the-uk/

Lightning Round

Bye Bye Battlenet

GW2 Patch

Longplay

Pokemon Go Family Adventures

For Honour Alpha, Little Big Planet

Wishlisted

Flinthook http://store.steampowered.com/app/401710/?snr=1_5_9__205

Warhammer 40K Eternal Crusade http://store.steampowered.com/app/375230/?snr=1_7_7_230_150_2

Hey!  Listen!  (listener mail)

I myself have only taken part in two Early Access games, both of which have been massively successful; Prison Architect and Minecraft. Like many business models it can be done well or not well. I think Introversion Software is the best model I have ever seen, they updated Prison Architect every month, this was great as it gave me a reason each month t go back into Prison Architect every month. Maybe f there were some limitations, such as you must update your game frequently, ever 2 or 3 months, to be called Early Access. So, when done right Early Access is fantastic, otherwise, it's disappointing, and frustrating as you invest but don't receive anything

Daire