Joshua discusses a new direction for the show by bringing up his struggle with conversation behind people's back, and Reggie shares his view on sports.
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If this is starting to sound like a steal, which, believe me I think it is, then head on over to getantisocial.com/dsc, or click the link in the show notes, get your shave on, and help support the show.
"Overwatch eschews Deathmatch and its ilk entirely, focusing exclusively on team-based play. And it doesn’t attempt to show you which members of your team are the “best.” Pop open the score screen and you won’t find K-D ratios, or anything else that might rank players against each other. You’ll just see some relative stats that show you how well you’re doing in this match versus your previous ones."