Is Loot Box Regulation Good For the Game Industry
"I want to talk about how I would design restrictions for the use of loot boxes in games."
For this week’s show, we made improvements on the layout while still looking for a catchy name for the streams. Our main topics this week were talking about games that are just okay, and improving the presentation and polish in games.
This year saw the release of two games: Wargroove and Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark that were designed to emulate the classic games of Advance Wars and Final Fantasy Tactics respectively. I had a chance to play both, and in both cases I stopped caring about them within less than an hour of playing. Now, you may think that’s because I had major problems with them or hated the gameplay, but it was because they were just okay, and as we’re about to talk about, being okay isn’t enough anymore.
For this cast, I spoke with Nic Tringali who works at Bithell Games and was on the design team for John Wick Hex.
With Bingo being more popular than ever, people are looking for more ways to increase the fun they can have whilst playing this great game. They can play Bingo at Barbados Bingo with their friends, alter the locations in which they play, and have a drink whilst they play (which for some people does tend to make everything funnier!) But what are some of the best, weirdest and funniest rewards to ever have been recorded whilst playing Bingo? You won’t believe your eyes when you see some of these…we didn’t!