Call of Duty Warzone Impressions & E3 is Cancelled – OK Beast Podcast Ep. 181
On this week’s OK Beast Podcast, the crew discusses Call of Duty Warzone and its differences from other battle royale games, E3’s cancellation which includes a reported WB Games conference wherein the publisher was planning to show off their Batman and Harry Potter games, Reggie Fils-Aime joining GameStop’s Board of Directors, and leaks that point to a new Tony Hawk Pro Skater game coming in 2020.
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Topic of the Show:
The OK Beast Podcast crew discusses the cancelled WB Games E3 conference that the video game publisher was planning to show off the latest Batman video game, a Harry Potter title, and whatever RockSteady is working on.
The guys have been playing the following games this week: Call of Duty Warzone, Portal, and Minecraft.
Listener Questions (Tweet Us or Email [email protected]):
Alex Felker asks,“Do you think Reggie joining GameStop’s board will help in any way or is this just an attempt to appease stockholders and slow the bleeding? In relation to this with the COVID 19 outbreak in full swing do you foresee these next gen launches continuing to move forward. Further more does this further impact GameStop. Do you think GameStop will actually survive this holiday season with no console gen boost?”
Ryan Othman asks, “Every battle royal seems to have its own gimmick/addition. What does Warzone bring to the table that other BR games don’t?”
Ed Santana asks, “If you had a gaming company and could have 6 people on your board, any living person, who would you want on it?”
Clint Gilmore asks, “What would be easier for Reggie to fix: Gamestop or America?”
Barrett Courtney asks, “Tony Hawk Battle Royale. Discuss.”
Andrew Cogswell asks, “Did any of you go through a skater phase? I feel like Alex and Ian might have.”