TheXboxHub are back and Episode 9 of TheXboxHub Official Podcast once more sees the infamous Gareth Brierley hosting matters, with James Birks (with that ‘s’ in his surname) and Neil Watton sitting in to chat all things Xbox and gaming. 

The trio chat about the latest events from the last couple of weeks, delving into all things Project xCloud and Google Stadia, before attempting to decipher whether game – and media – streaming is the future, or if we should just head back to the 1990s to embrace the physical media.

The team also talk all things Star Wars – what with Jedi: Fallen Order having just released – whilst once more bring up the topic of the brilliant toy train experience that is Tracks. Door Kickers Action Squad gets a look, old-school Gems of War pops up, and the latest We Happy Few DLC is given the once over. 

Episode 9 also covers the subject of mental health in gaming, as the guys all spend time with the wonderful Fractured Minds

Of course, and as always, the next chapter of ‘The Judge’ is taken in, with a decision made on the best game of November 2012. 

As always, full show notes are available over at

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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