DTNS 3317 – Fallout from Sony’s Lockout

As Sony stands firm on not allowing cross platform play on Fortnite for the PS4 we discuss the implications of Sony’s policy and whether or not change course any time soon.

Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang and Patrick Beja.


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7 thoughts on “DTNS 3317 – Fallout from Sony’s Lockout

  1. Very disappointed by the audio quality of this episode of the show. Did anyone check the feed before pushing it out? Checked Twitter and Facebook of DTNS and Tom to see if this is a known issue and that it is going to be fixed soon, but found no news at all. While technical glitches are unavoidable, you have at least make an announcement to alert of your audience ASAP or amend an alert at the beginning of the feed that there is a serious audio quality issue of this particular episode. Such oversight should not occur for a show of this caliber supported by so many patrons. Very disappointed.

    1. D – My apologies. The fault was mine and by the time I realized it I was not in a position to fix it. Thanks to Joe Koonce who found a clean audio copy, which I have now uploaded.

  2. I cant work out how to download this. Bring back the mp3 link whatever this acast crap is it doesn’t have a direct link, at least not in my Firefox. Why fix what wasnt broken?

    1. Wow. OK. The link is right there. It moved under the embed. We’ve been talking about this change for awhile. There’s no need to be rude.

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