E3 just ended, so there’s very little news in the gaming world. Therefore, on the heels of the Gamestop news this week, we talk about the future of console gaming. Are digital downloads and subscription services the way of the future? Will physical copies and disc drives in consoles ever really go away? Finally, we discuss whether a company like Gamestop can truly survive and thrive as the landscape of console gaming changes.

In addition, we briefly talk about the announcement of NHL 19 at the NHL Awards show this past week, and we announce community tournaments and community play events that will be taking place starting in late July. To close out discussion, we talk about whether we really want to see and hear about games repeatedly when they are years and years away from launch.

Finally, we detail the biggest releases for the coming week and answer fan questions in our fan mail segment.

As the official podcast of TheXboxHub, we produce a podcast every week that is recorded on Friday evenings, along with a lot of streaming on Twitch and Mixer. There’s a lot of ways for you to become involved in our awesome community – we have a forums page on Facebook, a channel on Discord, and you can follow our channels on Twitch and Mixer. We give away prizes to people in the community just for taking part and making the community stronger! There will be links to all those venues at the end of this article.

So, if you like to win free stuff, this should work out great! Take part in the community by clicking any of the links below, and we just might be able to drop some free games, codes, or other cool gaming stuff in your lap for free.

Here’s all the links for you to easily become part of our fun and growing community!

Links to the podcast community:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/725468307840683/

Twitch: www.twitch.tv/txhgaminghub

Twitter: https://twitter.com/TXHGamingHub

Discord: https://discord.gg/TgjEmdf

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