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Beatz N’ Bitz Podcast – X Marks Her Spot

In this episode of the Beatz N’ Bitz Podcast the Executive Producer of the show DJ Killzown Jones is joined once again by Crimson Knight and Hitman0769 who discuss their reactions to today’s  X018 Event as well as a number of other hip hop and video game related issues surrounding the entertainment and technology industries which are so intertwined in this day and age.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Red Dead Redemption 2, The Quiet Man, and the status of Capcom / Square Enix in the Japanese gaming sphere are given an in-depth appreciation and evaluation during one of the busiest gaming seasons of the entire generation, possibly ever. Tekashi 6ix9ine and XXXTentacion are in the headlines once again. The subject of hip hop artists beefing while being multi-millionaires as well as the overall aspect of post-mortem dissing come up again as XXX has a new album dropping which will benefit the family members left behind by his legacy.

Next-generation gaming consoles and the move to more digital distribution is debated and analyzed. New hip hop album drops, record deals, and ongoing developments in the business are also discussed as well as the future of video games journalism and where we see ourselves in the next 5 years in terms of favorite gaming consoles, podcasting, and beyond.

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Beatz N’ Bitz Podcast – The West Won

On another episode of Beatz N’ Bitz Podcast featuring DJ Killzown Jones, the Beatz N’ Bitz Team, and Jon Iro – a number of topics get discussed including Red Dead Redemption 2 sales, our individual feelings on the game itself, Target’s Black Friday 2018 leaks, this morning’s Super Smash Bros. Nintendo Direct, and more.

Hip Hop topics for the week include Nicki Minaj vs Cardi B and their cold war tactics as well as an inner struggle going on between the management teams of each artist. Vinnie Paz and his new album is also discussed as well as Westside Gunn’s Hitler Wears Hermes 6 full album from Buffalo, New York, and B.E.N.N.Y. X DJ Green Lantern’s The Butcher On Conway from the 90s scene. Hideo Kojima, PlayStation Classic, and Tetris Effect are also discussed and DJ Killzown Jones gives his hands-on impressions of Battlefield V.

In the news lately is a major battle for free speech taking place on the internet as Alex Jones becomes the first martyr of the truther movement leading to over 800 publications becoming banned on over 100 websites including all major social media platforms. DJ Killzown’s recent video about big content creators complaining on platforms they don’t own is discussed in relation to this matter as well as the topic of censorship and the right to free speech in the modern age.

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Beatz N’ Bitz Podcast – Loyal To What Matters #BeatzNBitzPodcast #RDR2 #BlackOps4

Real Gamers, entertainment journalism, and hip hop combine in the Beatz N’ Bitz Podcast featuring Jeezy AKA DJ Killzown Jones and Breezy. In the latest episode “Loyal To What Matters” a number of hot topics are discussed including the latest in video game news, film and television streaming services, financial advisory tips and evaluations, celebrity scandals, rap dissing beyond the grave, culture discussions, Hollywood, industry revolutions, and beyond.

Among the latest games to top the charts this year, Red Dead Redemption 2 and Call of Duty Black Ops 4, stock market analysts are debating which games will sell the most copies this year and whether or not a dormant franchise can overcome the latest entry in a long-running blockbuster series. Impressions on new titles like SoulCalibur VI are also featured on this week’s cast.

Hip Hop beef and the most enjoyable albums of the year are also discussed with a strong, passionate debate on various topics peppered with fun times and lots of jokes. The laughs are plentiful, the ideas are major, and the topics touched on are all over the map. Various voices representing different points of view converge together in this episode, so check it out.

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No PSX Event from Sony this year, but Microsoft to host X018 Event

PlayStation Experience is a press industry event known as PSX in dedication to the original PlayStation game console. Every year since 2014 Sony has hosted one of these. It’s usually been a vehicle for Sony to make announcements outside of, and ancillary to, their annual E3 Press Conference. This year, perhaps more than ever, fans were looking forward to the event since their E3 showing was very light. Despite having a dominance in the market and never ending stream of great games, it appears Sony isn’t too worried about hosting big events and showing off their lineup right now.

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Mortal Kombat XI Konfirmed At Mo Game Con

Editor’s Note: DJ Killzown Jones is back and provides bleeding-edge coverage of an exclusive news item confirmed straight from the source, live on camera, during his attendance at the recent Mo Game Con convention. If you’re a subscriber to his media channels you may have seen this scoop early, if not you can find more about that here. Mortal Kombat is a series that has been around since 1992 and has filled many gamers’ childhood with a bloody good time fighting in the fun-factor focused arena. The franchise has over 35 million units sold in total and Mortal Kombat X is the fastest selling game in the series. Check out the latest from DJ Killzown Jones in his RGN article below.

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This Is The Police 2 Review

This Is The Police 2 is a very compulsive game and if you are into games that are very hard to put down then this is the game you’re looking for. The people from Weappy Studio have furthered their story of Jack Boyd as he runs from the feds and other organizations that want him either put away or dead.

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MOTHERGUNSHIP Review

If you’ve been playing shooter video games since the days of Quake and Unreal Tournament you may be finding the likes of Call of Duty or Battlefield too convoluted by kill-streaks, character classes, perks then you may enjoy MOTHERGUNSHIP. The creator behind Tower of Guns joins up with Grip Digital and Terrible Posture Games to produce the next chapter in the bullet hell genre.

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Hypergun Review

Hypergun is a fast paced, rogue-lite first person shooter that just completed its Early Access stage of development and is now available as a full product on Steam and GOG Galaxy with PS4 and Xbox One versions launching during Fall 2018.

The premise in Hypergun is that an alien invasion on the horizon threatens humanity in 2038. With a futuristic Earth on the brink of destruction, you play as a DEVtechs intern Dewey Owens who must save the world and fight through countless hoards of aliens and obstacles that cross his path.

There will be mayhem, 150 weapon modules, character classes, procedural level generation, 40+ unique abilities, and more in the latest project to come out of Toronto-based NVYVE Studios who have been around since 2013 and are also responsible for last year’s open-world title P.A.M.E.L.A. which was made using Unity.

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Gamescom 2018: NVIDIA RTX Press Conference Full WrapUp & Videos

Jensen Huang (CEO of NVIDIA) took stage in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany where almost half a million press, analysts, distributors, and other industry professionals meet yearly for Gamescom to host a special NVIDIA RTX 2018 Press Conference. During this full length presentation we were given the unveiling of a brand new graphics card series that had been heavily rumored for some time now. Incorporating next-generation video memory of top tier quality, a new 12 nano-meter manufacturing process, and a new focus on Ray Tracing, the NVIDIA RTX line of GPU hardware will be set to release this year with the first model becoming available next month on September 20, 2018.

There’s a lot of controversy surrounding the sudden change from GTX to RTX and it has left many gamers and tech experts scrambling to gather information about whether or not the RTX will be as big of a leap or as immediately compatible as NVIDIA claims. The jury is still out on that, and it would be best to both pay attention to emerging analysis as well as keep an open mind over the coming months, for now though, here’s everything we know…

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Retro Review: A Second Look at Donkey Kong – Ultimate NES Remix Edition

Recently Nintendo, Atari, Sega, and many other game companies’ classic libraries are making their comeback with a vengeance. They have made these consoles with hundreds of titles all preloaded. Fans have been able to play classics, and a whole new generation have come to enjoy the games we know and love. Considering this, we have decided to play these games and give them a second look. Whether it’s remixes, remastered, or classics on a new system, like Pokémon we want to catch ‘em all!

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Dead Cells Review

Dead Cells is a rogue-like Metroid-vania style game developed by the studio Motion-Twin. So this game features procedurally generated areas which is something new to the genre of Metroid-vania since it’s usually all about remembering the layout of the map, finding secrets in it, and back tracking to older areas to unlock newer areas. Dead Cells throws all of that on its head with making everything well randomized. Survive long enough and you can play it like Metroid, but die and it’s time to start over. Sure, some of the areas are pre-designed, but they are constantly randomized, so you will never know where to go next whenever a new life begins.

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Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. release date announced by Bethesda Game Studios

October 2018 will be a very special time for those who still pre-order once in a while in an age where many game companies make us want to “wait-and-see” instead. Big bro Todd Howard (a.k.a. Godd Powered) has announced on Twitter that the time for enjoying Fallout 76 is approaching. Exact details are still being worked out but the game’s B.E.T.A. (Break-It-Early Test Application) period will launch in October for Xbox first, then PS4 and PC. That means there should be plenty of footage, impressions, and examples of gameplay for those still on the fence to view before the game releases November 14, 2018.

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Pre-Gamescom 2018: Microsoft will announce new Xbox One bundles and accessories

It would seem the gaming world got a little too excited this morning when Microsoft vaguely hinted “all-new hardware” would be shown off at Gamescom 2018 only to later clarify that while this won’t be the reveal of Xbox Project Scarlet, the next-generation console expected to release in 2020 or 2021, instead they plan to announce a new Xbox One system bundle and new accessories (possibly including a rumored Elite Controller iteration that was alleged leaked recently).

This information was originally debuted in an article titled Xbox is coming to gamescom by Xbox media spokesperson Major Nelson, who himself started off as a self-made games journalist detailing news revolving around the original Xbox before eventually being hired on by Microsoft as a permanent figurehead to the brand. For those wondering, technically the event is meant to be spelled in all lowercase letters as per stylized renditions and logos, Major Nelson didn’t make an error it’s just the weird way the biggest gaming event in Germany likes to have their name typed out.

As for the leaked controller, nothing is certain yet but there are some details floating around the internet in the form of rumors as to what will be seen this August 21 – 25 when Gamescom commences.

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Nidhogg 2 (Xbox One) Review

Nidhogg 2 (stylized as Nidhogg II) is the sequel to the 2014 2D indie hit side scrolling game Nidhogg. After releasing last August for MacOS, PC, and PS4, Messhof has brought the hit party game to the XBOX One, releasing three days from today on July 19, 2018 for $15.99. The XBOX One version will feature the addition of two all-new XBOX exclusive levels: Messhoff Corporate HQ and the Elevated Train.

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EA Games executive Blake Jorgensen just sold $1.5 Million of EA Stock

According to SEC filings made Friday, July 6, 2018 which were sent to Investors today on July 9, 2018 Blake Jorgensen (COO & CFO at EA Games) sold $1,503,967 worth of stock market holdings in EA on July 3, 2018 (last Tuesday). This took place over two transactions in which 6,200 shares were sold at $142.85 each (for a total of $885,670) followed by an immediate secondary motion to sell 4,300 shares at $143.79 each (for a total of $618,297). Typically game industry executives have been known to sell off large amounts of stock market holdings in the companies they work for when their inside knowledge allows them to predict a future drop in value will occur (sometimes legally, sometimes illegally based on past court findings of executives at EA in particular).

Let’s take this opportunity to give an EA News WrapUp of some recent events that may be related to this disposal of securities and late filing on a massive release of shares from a loathed industry figure who has defended loot boxes in games, even as governments condemn and ban them through new laws, as well as suggest the death of single player games, and why he may think that EA’s stock market value could be heading for a decline.

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