RPG Cast – Episode 520: “Spider Sores”
This week, Anna Marie is so excited about BlizzCon that she totally forgets the order of the show! Chris, Kelley, Peter, and Josh somehow still cover what we’re playing, news, and new releases… eventually, anyways.
Question of the Week
What are your thoughts on BlizzCon? Are there any games you’re interested in playing or returning to?
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Regarding “should I sign up for Apple Arcade”, my issue with any subscription – at all – is that they’re easy to lose track of, and endlessly keep paying for something one might not use.
If there is not an easy way to ensure that the subscription’s auto-renew is turned off, then don’t sign up for it. Subscription services should not be rewarded for being obnoxious.
If there is an easy way to ensure that auto-renew is turned off, then yes, just try Apple Arcade. Time is precious; spending too much time worrying over whether it’s worth $5.00 is a substantially greater loss than the actual $5.00.
QotW: I wasn’t disappointed by Blizzcon, mostly because Battle for Azeroth had torpedoed my expectations to an all-time low. The Shadowlands World of Warcraft expansion looks like it might have a significantly better story than BfA, which sadly is not saying much.
I will probably get the cheaper, basic Shadowlands expansion, because I cannot stand the appearance of the in-game mount and in-game pet of the more expensive versions.
I do appreciate the lower price point of $40, making Shadowlands $10 cheaper than the Legion and BfA base expansions were.