This week, we were broadcasting live from Battle & Brew in Atlanta for the Atlanta Virtual Reality Meetup! First, we interviewed Annie and Peter from ATLvr about the meetups, their VR consulting business, and disasters. Then we spoke with Brian (@Chef_Lu_Bu) from Battle & Brew about how awesome the place is and how jealous you should be of not living near it. Then, a VR celebrity joins us, as Gunter from Gunter's Universe joins us to talk about getting the community together in VRChat. Finally, we are joined by Gaspar Ferreiro, a VR developer who makes full experiences without writing a single line of code.
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Oculus has released their minimum specs for the Oculus Rift when it comes out to consumers in Q1 2016, and it's Windows only. Sorry Mac and Linux fans! Konami has claimed that the true future of gaming is mobile. Good luck with that. Nintendo is bringing back the Nintendo World Championships at E3 this year! Bobby was a semifinalist in Atlanta in 1990 and tells the full story of how he backed in. Then we take calls about Japanese developers, Final Fantasy XIV, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
The Oculus Rift finally has a release date, or rather, a release window, so you can save up now for the machine needed to run it. Nintendo has partnered with Universal Studios Theme Parks to have Nintendo properties represented in future attractions. Then we take calls about Disney Infinity and Lego Dimensions.
The Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 3.0 was this weekend (crept up on me) so I talk a little bit about it and an interesting Commodore 64 device to assist with actually using a C64. Valve and Bethesda have backed down on their attempt to allow mod makers to charge for Skyrim mods. ESPN2 aired Heroes of the Dorm, Blizzard's college MOBA championship, and everyone went crazy. Then we take calls about eSports, Guacamelee, and Disney Infinity 2.0.
Valve and Bethesda are teaming up to allow the community to sell their mods for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and keeping 75% of the price. Rumors abound that Silent Hills has been cancelled, which makes me believe that Konami is retreating from the home entertainment market and concentrating on their video slot and video poker machines. Then we take calls about selling mods and how this is the same as Velocity Girl 10 years ago.