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Inside Gaming published this video item, entitled “We Must Protect PS5 & Xbox Series X From Ads” – below is their description.
2K has published an official apology for its use of unskippable ads during loading screens but that by itself isn’t enough to stave off the impending doom of an in game ad apocalypse. Twitch began deleting thousands of videos due to a series of DMCA notices the company received and streamers are pissed. Nintendo removed MineCraft Steve’s victory screen from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and the PS5 is going to start monitoring party chat as a means to combat toxic online behavior. As you can tell it’s an action packed episode of the Inside Gaming Podcast so don’t miss out! 00:00 – Intro 00:42 – 2K apologizes for Unskippable ads 14:51 – Twitch deletes thousands of videos in purge 33:32 – Smash Ultimate removes Steve’s meat 37:26 – Will the PS5 spy on you? 46:20 – Listener Questions Listen to more podcast episodes! https://link.chtbl.com/IGPodcast Or buy our shirt! https://is.gd/u3xCtA OR follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/briangaar http://twitter.com/kdinjenzen https://twitter.com/Charalanahzard https://twitter.com/DarthBurrit0 http://twitter.com/InsideGaming SOURCES [Stevivor] – Unskippable ads are back in NBA 2K21 https://stevivor.com/news/nba-2k21-inserts-unskippable-ads-pre-game-loading-screens/ [Gamespot] – 2K apologizes https://www.gamespot.com/articles/2k-apologizes-sort-of-for-nba-2k21s-in-game-commercials/1100-6483579 [Kotaku] – Twitch deletes thousands of videos in purge https://kotaku.com/twitch-deletes-thousands-of-streamers-videos-and-issues-1845429294 [VG247] – Smash Ultimate removes Steve’s meat https://www.vg247.com/2020/10/22/super-smash-bros-ultimate-minecraft-steve-steak-removed/ [The Verge] – Will the PS5 spy on you? https://www.theverge.com/2020/10/16/21520156/sony-ps5-voice-chat-recording-update-eavesdropping-moderationInside Gaming YouTube Channel
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