After taking in an EGX 2019 special last time out, we see TheXboxHub team return for episode 8 of TheXboxHub Official Podcast, and once more Gareth, James, and Neil chat all things gaming.
With a busy few weeks still to go in terms of new Xbox games, we see the guys chat about the magic of Project xCloud, how the Platinum Edition of Farming Simulator 19 delivers, the brilliance of Close to the Sun, and how Lonely Mountains: Downhill is the riding experience you need in your life.
Oh, and that little Project Scarlett topic pops up… AGAIN! Will the upcoming switch to the next generation of gaming tempt some developers and publishers into holding the launch of their games?
‘The Judge’ returns for more debate madness and this time round we consider the benefits of two iconic games from way back, October 2006 in fact. Which game has what it takes to join TheXboxHub’s wall of fame?
As always, full show notes are available over at www.thexboxhub.com/podcast
Should you not know of TheXboxHub Official Podcast then you may be interested to hear that we record on a fortnightly basis, covering all the latest Xbox and gaming news and opinions from the preceding weeks. We also spend some time checking out what is to come ahead across the gaming landscape, casually having a chat about all things Xbox – in particular Xbox One – gaming, and life in general.
You can find this latest episode of our podcast on all the usual podcasting apps and options. That means it is available by searching for TheXboxHub on…
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