Games Aktuell Podcast 670: The great E3 review

Games Aktuell Podcast 670: The great E3 review

Games Aktuell Podcast 670

With the Games Aktuell Podcast 670 we welcome you again this week to our video game talk. This week, Matthias Michi and Carlo invited himself into the (virtual) sound booth. Together the three talk about this time in great detail about E3 2021, which has moved the video game world in recent days. We go through the individual events and talk about the most exciting or boring announcements and presentations. As always, the whole thing will be rounded off with your community contributions.

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Topics of the GA podcast episode 670:

00:00:00 - Intro and on my own behalf

00:07:30 - E3 2021: General discussion

00:15:00 - E3 2021: Summer Game Fest Kickoff

00:35:26 - E3 2021: Nintendo

00:43:15 - E3 2021: Ubisoft

00:59:05 - E3 2021: Xbox & Bethesda

01:31:06 - E3 2021: Square Enix

01:40:51 - Community posts

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White Sox GM Rick Hahn playfully explains channeling in-game emotion on remote controls, laundry basket

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(670 The Score) White Sox general manager Rick Hahn often references the fan in himself, as he was once a teenager living in Winnetka who wrote then-Cubs general manager Dallas Green a letter with trade ideas. Nowadays, Hahn is a chief baseball executive in Chicago.

Separating his own fandom from his executive role can be difficult for Hahn, with the natural intersection of the two meeting when he watches White Sox games. Hahn often finds himself filled with emotion and may just take any anger out on the nearest object, as he explained on the new Sox Degrees podcast hosted by Jason Benetti and Len Kasper. What all has Hahn broken during games?

'Certainly many remotes,' Hahn said. 'Many remotes. Plenty, enough. Enough that I should stop throwing remotes. I threw a laundry basket within the last seven days. I was doing laundry and chucked the laundry basket across the room and very nearly missed -- my wife doesn't know this -- very nearly missed a lamp sitting next to the bedside. Yeah, so that's not great behavior. I'm 50 years old, a grown-ass man with a big-time job. I should not be throwing things.

'We should all be so lucky that we get to do something that we're passionate about. Even though I'm making fun of myself for the behavior and all of that, it is rooted in getting there and being passionate. We should all be so lucky to get to do something like that, and I've been very fortunate that's the path my life has chosen, as frustrating as it may be in the seventh inning of a given game.'

Hahn's remote controls may be spared more this season. The White Sox are 36-23 and in first place of the AL Central. They host the Blue Jays for a three-game series beginning Tuesday night at Guaranteed Rate Field.