Welcome to Keen Cast, KeenGamer’s official podcast! Join David Lozada, Sean Rehbein, and Tim Ronan as they talk about the week’s hottest news stories and dissect the latest controversy shaking up the video game industry. In our thirteenth episode, we analyze Martin Scorsese’s recent comments regarding superhero movies and determine whether or not the genre can ever be considered cinema. The episode isn’t only about movies, as we discuss our impressions of the games we played at this year’s New York Comic Con (Marvel’s Avengers and My Hero: One Justice!) and our progress with Borderlands 3, too!
We also talk about Rockstar Games’ announcement of Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC, EA leaking the personal information of FIFA customers, Valve’s interesting new approach to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive‘s loot boxes in France, the Writers Guild’s decision to remove video game writing from its award categories, and the start of our Halloween movie marathon. Check out links and timestamps to all of our topics below:
New York Comic Con 2019 Coverage: Impressions on Marvel‘s Avengers, My Hero: One’s Justice 2, and Disintegration – 00:12:10
- Red Dead Redemption 2 officially announced for PC – with exclusive pre-order bonuses on Rockstar Games Launcher (00:27:05)
- EA leaks personal information of FIFA customers (00:37:07)
- Valve introduces x-rays for loot boxes in France (00:45:43)
- Writers Guild will no longer award video game writing until more games are made by Guild members (00:53:40)
Topic of the Show:
Are Marvel movies “cinema”? (01:02:19)
Nail in the Coffin – Our official consensus – 01:13:38
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