Apex Construct is not Apex Legends. If you go to the Chinese Steam page for Apex Construct it will tell you this explicitly. This week’s guest is Andreas Juliusson, marketing and communications manager for Fast Travel Games, and he’s here to tell us why that is.
Virtual reality + licensed venue you can book with your friends = super happy fun time!
Chris Hall is the owner of The Portal in Winnipeg, which is pretty much exactly the above equation. He’s our guest of Episode 71, and he’s generously offered 20 per cent off for bookings for Super Gamer listeners: just enter “SGP” in when you book time at https://www.theportalwpg.ca.
Hello Super Gamers! To borrow a phrase from Conker’s Bad Fur Day, this episode is ‘time sensitive. It’s… sensitive… to time.’
BLAM! is an art show I went to on Friday, Oct 20 in Winnipeg, and it’s going on until Sunday, Oct 22 — so you still have time! Check it out, there was some great comic-book-and-nerd-culture-inspired work. I spoke with Robert Wilson, who was dressed as Dr. Emmett Brown, and had an art exhibit there (but just for Friday, sorry!).
To learn more about BLAM!, head here.
But hold on, this episode features not one but TWO totally unrelated interviews. It starts with Dan Blair from Bit Space Development, talking about their new app WinnipegVR, which lets you take a virtual tour of some key spots in Winnipeg, like Investors Group Field.
Learn more about Bit Space Development and WinnipegVR here.
Keep calm and OH MY GOD WE’RE ALL DEAD YOU BLEW IT!
PlayStation VR is set to launch next week and it’s getting a way cool game that will test your ability to give and take directions when under pressure.
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes puts one player in a room with a bomb that’s about to kaboom. The other player(s) have the manual, but can’t see the bomb. You’re going to have to work together, quickly and effectively communicating to disarm that thing.
“Cut the red wire.”
“This red wire? It’s really more of a burgundy.”
Boom. Continue reading