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(Legacy) Professor Megan Fox – CTRL+D Podcast #20

The Battle Royale firestorm raging on, Professor Megan Fox set to host a “history” TV show, and rich people eating food infused with gold. All of this and much more, on episode 20 of CTRL+D.


Megan Fox notes:

[00:00:53] –

Liftoff of HMS Bad Taste.

[00:01:31] –

Shadow of the Tomb Raider saw its world premiere, coupled with a release date of September 2018.

[00:04:08] –

A quick update regarding the newly-released Total War: Thrones of Britannia, and Pedro’s upcoming initial impressions review of it.

[00:05:37] –

Indie city-builder Frostpunk sold 250,000 copies in its first 66 hours.

[00:09:17] –

SteamSpy is set to partially recover its functionality, owing to a new machine learning algorithm, which has provided promising initial results.

[00:12:38] –

Nintendo, Playstation, Steam and Origin came under fire by the European Consumer Council, because of their refund policies.

[00:21:02] – [BattleWatch]

15 people were arrested for creating PUBG cheat tools, which also collected personal data from the players who used them.

[00:27:00] –

Fortnite developer Epic Games, is suing a 14-year-old boy for creating and disseminating a hack, meanwhile looking for 150,000 USD in damages.

[00:33:12] –

CDProjektRED confirmed it will be unveiling “an RPG” at E3 2018.

Update: Check out our coverage of E3 2018 for more info on Cyberpunk 2077 and much more. 🙂

[00:35:15] –

Industry pundits are, overall, predicting a price drop for GPUs in the coming year.

[00:37:40] –

Financially troubled three-wheeler manufacturer Elio Motors, took a 2.5 million USD lifeline from online retailer Overstock.com.

[00:40:50] –

Gibson Guitars filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy.

[00:45:13] –

Somehow not this week’s Bobby nomination, professor Megan Fox signed a deal with the Travel Channel for what basically amounts to an alternative history show, called Myths and Mysteries.

[00:55:14] – [The Bobbys]

In their eternal wisdom, as a slap in the face to poor people and gold miners the world over, rich people have started a trend of eating food infused with gold flakes. Some prime examples would be the 25,000-dollar tacos, the 1000-dollar chicken wings and the 2000-dollar pizzas.

[01:03:38] – 

A brief recollection of our facebook advertisement horror story.