In which Marsh, Graham and special guest Alex Wiltshire from Hello Games gather to discuss the two Tom’s GDC-induced weakness, the remaining limitations of Oculus Rift’s second development kit, why Graham continues to play driving sims for fun, and Marsh’s thoughts on the axes and muskets of Betrayer.
This is an extremely short episode, but also discussed: the engine wars between Unreal Engine 4 and CryEngine pricing, how many procedurally generated spoons can be found inside No Man’s Sky, and what’s the most middle class game. Not discussed: Facebook’s acquisition of Oculus, which happened ten minutes after we stopped recording.
As a recompense for the brief running time of this episode, here is a previously recorded but newly published video of us Marsh, Chris and Graham playing Gang Beasts together.
- The Oculus Rift DK2 can be pre-ordered now.
- You can license Unreal Engine 4 for a handshake and a smile, and CryEngine for a crisp packet full of farts.
- City Car Driving is among the nerdiest games you can play.
- If you’re new to wheels, Graham recommends the Logitech Driving Force GT.
- Betrayer is Silent Hill meets Sir, You Are Being Hunted, and is out now on Steam.