Today I finished my Masterrace console (let's not pretend here) with a LG 29UC88-B curved monitor capable of 2560x1080@144 resolution, which marks the completion of my 'ready for Andromeda' project. Well, there's always something, like HW-sonics. But seeing as I own HD-headphones (multichannel), that particular consideration isn't acute in my perception.
The Flame in the Flood is an indie survival simulator to be had on PSN for around €15 ($16). If one's a multi-platform gamer with especially Steam included, the genre-nomer 'indie survival simulator' is almost an immediate reason to disqualify the title as something one should be interested in. Survival games are a dime a dozen and range from average to absolute bottom of the barrel.
One would think that a company like Harmonix, the fathers of the Guitroller, would hit the ground running when they were granted a new lease on life with the launch of the Xbox One. The Rythm-gaming scene, more paraplegic than healthy, needed the impulse for sure. I believe that a new entry in a franchise shouldn't be judged by what came before, even more sure if what came before has nothing to do with the core-gameplay. But at the same time its rather hard to boot RB4, see what's going on and then not feel taken seriously and robbed from your investment.
It came as no surpise to me that Bethesda's new review policy was immedeately seen as a slight towards the amateur-press as it exists on Youtube. Youtubers dependant on the clicks stand to earn quite a bit when the next Bethesda blockbuster is about to drop and they can show their review-copies off in advert-laden videos or subscribtion based Twitch screenings.