Come one, come all, as we here at The Arcade return to you for the first time in 2022! We hope all of you out there managed to survive the holidays, as well as the past 12 months, and are glad that we can be back together again. On this episode, we look back at the year that was 2021 with a focus on some of its bigger stories. In a strange twist, none of the big stories actually involve video games. I guess that just shows what a strange year it was, huh? Instead, we’ll discuss the rise of GameStop’s stock, NFT’s unfortunately, becoming a thing, and the market for collectible cards and video games (seemingly) losing its goddamn mind. We’ll also touch on the ongoing legal tussle between Epic Games and Apple, as well as the supply chain issues that are currently impacting pretty much all aspects of daily life.
The Big Stories of 2021:
GameStop’s Stock Punches The Moon or:
Money Becomes Nothing More Than A Tool For Memes
Stupid Goddamn NFT’s
Collectibles Market Loses Its Goddamn Mind
Epic vs. Apple Lawsuit Continues, Concludes, Goes On
Supply Chain Issues Impacting Games Industry
The man who is being extremely cautiously optimistic about what the new year may bring
Greetings friends, and welcome to the future that is 2021! Hopefully, all of you out there managed to survive the past 12 months, while we here at The Arcade are glad to be getting back into the swing of things after our holiday break. This week, we’ll take a look back at some of the bigger stories that played out last year for part one of our 2020 Year In Review.
The Big Stories of 2020:
The Wrath Of The Covids
Gaming For Good
CD Projekt Red Shits The Bed
Epic Games Picks A Fight With Apple
Sony and Microsoft Launch New Consoles
The man who will forever feel like he’s giving a rough estimate when saying this year. ’20? ’21?