Free to Play Cast: Did Ninja Make $1 Million and the Foundry is No More Ep. 293

On this week's show did Ninja really make $1 Million for playing Apex Legends, Korea uses your gaming history in court, and the Foundry in Star Trek Online and Neverwinter will be closing. All that and more on this week's Free to Play Cast!

Discussion Timestamps:

02:22 Ninja and Apex Legends
22:58 Korea Gaming Law and PUBG Mobile Banned in India
32:10 The Foundry is Closing
38:02 Weekly Bombs (DA-Bomb / A-Bomb)
47:02 Questions and Answers of the Week

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Lerch2000 5 years ago
The sad part is, I'm like 99% sure that everyone involved in making these laws are adults, so why are they acting like children? This doesn't make any sense at all, it's idiotic, it's stupid. It is a pitiful excuse for the government to spy on the individual and control them.

Now for the Star Trek Online Foundry system, I thought about this and if I remember right your interview with them claimed they were going to get rid of it due to coding being out-of-date, but STO uses that same coding system. To me, that whole bit was just an excuse and it doesn't make much sense. What seems more likely is their new Endeavor system (another grinding system) that they put into effect and it isn't bad, but a lot of people are using The Foundry system to speed things up. I think they're trying to get rid of the ability to take the fast way out.

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