Another week and TheXboxHub’s A-Team* get together to chat over the latest news and reviews from the world of gaming. We may be focused on the Xbox life, but you’ll find us dipping into that of PlayStation, Switch, PC and more too. Episode 139 of TheXboxHub Official Podcast does just that – with focus on the latest Ubisoft Forward showcase, along with the Disney and Marvel events.

Join us and listen on on the chatter that comes from TheXboxHub’s finest podcast players – Gareth, Richard, Darren and Paul – as they spend an hour or so in conversation in regards some of the latest news and opinions to come out of the gaming scene.

It’s the Ubisoft Forward, Disney and Marvel events which are front and centre, with coverage of the latest Assassin’s Creed, that of Marvel’s Midnight Suns and more. There’s a Return to Monkey Island too.

As always, full show notes are available over at

If you’re new to these parts, then you should know that TheXboxHub Official Podcast is – as the name suggests – the official podcast of TheXboxHub – the very site you are reading these words on. Mostly run on the weekly basis, it gives those behind the written word the chance to sit down for a bit of a chat, chewing the fat over the latest chatter to roll through the gaming world. It’s obviously very Xbox focused – we’d not be doing our job right if it wasn’t – but as multi-format gamers it also covers that of PlayStation, of Nintendo Switch and of PC. Hell, you may even hear the old ‘Google Stadia’ words muttered from time to time.

As always, hit us up in the comments or via the usual social channels (listed below), if you wish to comment on anything you hear in the Episode 139.

*They may be the B-Team, or the C-Team, or even the Z-Team. But for today, we’re being kind! 🙂

TheXboxHub Official Podcast Episode 141: EGX thoughts and GTA leaks TheXboxHub Official Podcast

Our latest instalment is here, with this year’s EGX at the top of the agenda in TheXboxHub Official Podcast Episode 141, alongside an exclusive interview for an upcoming puzzling adventure title. There are also opinions regarding lots of very different games, including – but not limited to – Let’s Build a Zoo, LEGO Brawls and Prodeus. We’ve got a few things to say about the GTA leaks too, so be sure to give it a listen. Joining Gareth, James and Paul, is newcomer George who gets a grilling from the host, before launching into what we’ve all been up to recently. While some have enjoyed watching the likes of Solar Opposites and Samaritan, others share their experience of EGX London 2022. We’ve got highlights and lowlights, followed by an exclusive interview regarding the lovely sci-fi adventure Planet of Lana. In regards to what the team has played lately, you can expect thoughts about new and old games alike. There’s something for everyone; whether it’s the delightful zoo management sim Let’s Build a Zoo, the socio-political FMV The Gallery, first-person shooter Prodeus, the furious fighting antics of LEGO Brawls, Korean horror White Day: A Labyrinth Named School, futuristic warfare of Battlefield 2042, or the hack and slash action of Chivalry 2. Initial impressions of FIFA 23 are also given. And last, but not least, the delay to Skull & Bones is discussed as well as the recent GTA leaks, as we ponder what impact both incidents may have. If you wish to comment on anything discussed in TheXboxHub Official Podcast Episode 141, or ask any questions for us to answer in future episodes, feel free to do so! As always, full show notes are available over at
  1. TheXboxHub Official Podcast Episode 141: EGX thoughts and GTA leaks
  2. TheXboxHub Official Podcast Episode 140: [email protected] Fall Showcase and Tokyo Game Show 2022
  3. TheXboxHub Official Podcast Episode 139: Ubisoft, Disney and Marvel
  4. TheXboxHub Official Podcast Episode 138: Saints Row and eFootball 2023
  5. TheXboxHub Official Podcast Episode 137: Gamescom 2022 Special

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