Frame rate differences between the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition spark debates on the Internet, Microsoft acquired the rights of the Gears of War franchise, and with PlayStation Plus being a requirement to play online, we discussed whether this will affect the quality of the incentives PlayStation Plus had in the past.
Unscripted is back, and immediate it is straight off the rails because we had to talk about food! Ok, as for actual gaming news, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition has caused quite the argument on the Internet when the Xbox One version was found running at 30 fps, while the PS4 achieves 60 fps. We think it is not as big of a deal as people think. Microsoft acquired the Gears of War franchise, but we do not think it will get the same quality as the Cliffy B days. With PlayStation 4, it is required to pay for PS Plus to play online in most games. With this requirement, Nick asks if the quality of PS Plus incentives will decline now that most online players are paying the subscription anyways.
We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #74. Unscripted Access commence!
23:10 ? Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition Framerate Discrepancy
1:04:55 ? Microsoft acquires rights to Gears of War franchise.
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