As Next-Gen Finally Starts to Come into Focus, Many Things Still Remain Unclear

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of Ray Traced 4K 60FPS gameplay.”

-Eleanor Roosevelt

Rumors have swirled for months about Nintendo pulling out something big for Mario’s 35th Anniversary, but nothing could have prepared us for the treasure trove of Mario goodness that Nintendo surprise-dropped on us in their latest Nintendo Direct. We actually do take some breaks from gushing about all that nostalgia-tickling goodness to talk inform our listeners (I promise?).

We also discuss Nvidia’s new 3000 series of graphics cards. They look to be an insane leap forward in graphics processing technology, at a time when everyone has begun to wonder if graphics and performance can really get substantially better. What does the arrival of these new behemoth’s mean for the next-gen consoles? Is PC really the winner in this latest rendition of the never ending “console war”?

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (A name that is almost as bad as the Xbox console naming fiasco. Almost.) is going to be $70 on next-gen, along with other new entries in some pretty heavy hitting series. Some franchise’s next iterations are going to remain $60. What is the true next-gen cost for games that consumers can expect? Is it going to be more all over the place than ever before?

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Evan W

Evan discovered gaming with Sonic the Hedgehog on the Sega Genesis and never looked back. He has spent the last 20 years criss-crossing genres and platforms, and is an equal opportunity rager, breaking consoles and PCs alike. If you spent summer days off from middle school playing classic PC shooters instead of developing a tan and social skills, you've got a friend in him. Mom might not understand the pain of being "180NOSCOPEWTFPWNED, SON!", but he does. Oh, he does.