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2021’s Lineup of Games Has Sucked So Far | Press X To Podcast, Episode 4.8

Press X To Podcast, Episode 4.8

After 6 long months with only a handful of next-gen titles, many frustrated gamers are beginning to shout, “Show us the games!”. We hear you and feel exactly the same. So join us as we look forward to what E3 could bring and explore why Xbox needs to blow us away with content.

Why is E3 so important for Xbox? Without a doubt, Game Pass is the best service in video games. Not only is the library of titles extensive with new games being added regularly, but the way the service has also embraced backwards compatibility is commendable, resulting in more gamers flocking to Microsoft. With a powerhouse of a system that features unprecedented load times and quick resume, fans are desperate for a game that truly shows the power of the Series X. Join the gang as they discuss the latest and greatest news in video games and explore the ways that Xbox could win E3!


What are your thoughts on Paul, James, and Rhett’s views on the latest in the industry we love? Make sure you let us know your thoughts and of course, your favorite parts of the episode in the comments below or on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram. As always, remember to check back for the next episode of the always entertaining Press X To Podcast. If you haven’t subscribed to Press X To Podcast yet, make sure you do so right here, and don’t forget to subscribe to us on Youtube for more video game content.

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