We’re back at it again, this time we’re joined one more time by Tacktix, and we’re covering a new issue that plagues the gaming industry. Well, it’s not really a plague, that just sounded good. We talk about regions, regional servers, language barriers, cultural differences, and the global gaming community. It’s a shorter discussion because we only had so many points to make, but overall we agree that the global gaming community is a fantastic thing and helps bring mankind one step closer to starship federations and world peace. Or something like that. Anyway, enjoy the show, and we’ll see you in a week!
Couch Podtatoes Epsiode 94: Regional Considerations (runtime: 44:11)
What are we playing? (starts at 00:53)
Discussion: Regions (starts at 12:02)
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“Bit Rush” by Riot Games
“Vlad, Son of Dragon” by The Black Dahlia Murder (from the album Abysmal)
“Enchanted Rose” by Bury Your Dead (from the album Beauty and the Breakdown)
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