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1985FM Podcast 65: Xbox One, Persona, Playroom Porn

A little later than usual, but 1985FM is podcasting this week about the Xbox One. Vasilis and Randy have spent the better part of a week with their consoles, and go over the media features, Kinect 2.0, and obviously, the games; Forza 5, Ryse, Dead Rising 3, and Killer Instinct. Also on the show, iBuyPower's new Steam Machine, Micro-transactions, Playroom's seedy underbelly, and Atlus' Persona lineup.

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Zuperman972d ago

Whoever purchases an XBOX ONE, I feel bad for you because you're purchasing a dying brand that a company such as Microsoft has ZERO interest in. The only reason why they even HAD there little run back in 2006 was because they BOUGHT there way into the scene with $$$$$

Zuperman972d ago

CAPCOM Sold Out
Square Sold Out

Look what it got them in the long run.

Cursinguser972d ago

Heh. Take it easy man. They're just videogames.

Cursinguser972d ago

I gotcha. I don't have a horse in this race and it's hard to deny how beneficial the two consoles competing for attention has been for gamers. Having one console dominate the market would only hurt us.

Godmars290972d ago

@Cursinguser:
To be honest, not really feeling it for the PS4 right now. Being a gamer into the single player, non-FPS experience, and all that's being talked about is gaming with social elements.

it great that PS+ isn't required for everything you can do on the console, but its insulting to the consumer that it lacks much of the media functionality and accessibility as the PS3. That you need its day one patch to play move BR or that MP3 playback is coming "later".

Cursinguser972d ago

I really enjoyed the media hub features of PS3, and I agree not having them with the PS4 feels like a shortcoming. I enjoy playing games, but i don't subscribe to the idea that I only use a console for gaming alone.

I'm really enjoying the PS4 though and I do think down the road we'll have a more full-featured version of the PS4 OS that should be able to do most of those things we liked from the PS3. There's a good amount of almost "assumed" features that seem to be missing from both the next-gen consoles right now.