Episode 33 of TheXboxHub Official Podcast sees the triple threat of Gareth, Neil and Richard chat over some of the most important and intriguing issues of the last week – namely whether Maneater on Xbox One is actually any good and whether we really need to worry about Backwards Compatibility on Xbox Series X.

Join the team as they dissect the latest Xbox information, spend time talking games, and go deep with all thoughts on the latest videogames scene.

We hear words covering the likes of the recently released SnowRunner, the even more recently released Those Who Remain, the scary Monstrum and more, all before getting into the gritty subject of Backwards Compatibility. Do we really want a machine as powerful as Xbox Series X to be clogged up with OG Xbox, Xbox 360 and Xbox One titles? Or should the focus be on moving forward, pushing the gaming scene to new exciting limits, brand spanking new game ideas and an overall user experience to be proud of?

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Full show notes are available over at https://www.thexboxhub.com/podcast

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  1. It certainly helps AT LAUNCH and will help try and hold back the mass exodus that is going to happen with Xbox and the transition to next gen. Although it already happened.

    Microsoft may have sold about 35 million Xbones this gen but that is nowhere near the number that stuck with it across a consistent 7 years of underwhelming reasons to own or to keep the damn thing. I know people myself that stuck with Xbox up until even 2015 but gave up over the last 5 years and switched to other better platforms.


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