Not Enough Resources – Episode 47

Hold on to your hype it is time for the latest episode of Not Enough Resources! We have a lot of cool things in the work, so keep an eye on Rogues Portal and follow us on Twitter @NERPodcast! As always send us your comments and suggestions! You can subscribe to Not Enough Resources on iTunes or Google Play. This was our first episode recorded live, and we are looking into streaming our future episodes live as well. Follow me on twitch.tv for updates.

Now Playing:
Dylan is back into Hearthstone with a brand new focus: Single player puzzle modes. They itch his challenge without the frustration of multiplayer. Ryan finished Resident Evil 2, but has been itching to keep playing BioWare’s latest, Anthem. With only an hour and a half of playtime in the demo, he is ready to make the jump to a full purchase.
News:
Converging markets might force GameStop to close their doors, while Epic and Steam face off in the digital space for your hard earned dollars. The real winner in all of this news though? Developers. Also, Metroid Prime 4 restarts development, so when are we actually going to see the game?
Competitive Corner:
Overwatch goes to Paris! The new map is beautiful and fun, and Ryan gives a potential helpful strategy to taking to the first point. Nintendo shows it’s support for the competitive Super Smash Brothers Ultimate scene by providing some of the most in-depth patch notes imaginable, and Piranha Plant enters the battle. Finally, we talk about AlphaStar, the Google Deepmind StarCraft II AI, and what it means for the future of competitive play and developing metas.
I am a Colorado based freelancer and graphic designer who loves games, movies and technology. I love seeing cool characters do cool things. My wife, son and two stupid cats keep me grounded. Follow me on twitter @RyanMHolt.

Ryan M. Holt

I am a Colorado based freelancer and graphic designer who loves games, movies and technology. I love seeing cool characters do cool things. My wife, son and two stupid cats keep me grounded. Follow me on twitter @RyanMHolt.

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