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June 20, 2013 • Episode, Video games • 1 hour 20 minutes • Comments (0)

Episode 56: PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Danny Mastrangelo returns this week to chat about all the hubbub surrounding the recent PlayStation 4 and Xbox One announcements. DRM, broadband connectivity, privacy, and price have been hot button issues for gamers when it comes to the next generation of consoles, and choices Sony and Microsoft have made about these systems have drawn some lines in the sand. Let’s just say we all know who came out as player 1 by the end of E3.

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Show notes:

Follow Danny on Twitter and check out his video game development site Silhouette Games and video game review site Been There, Played That. You can also see his Harold team Harbinger at iO West on Tuesdays at 8pm.

Microsoft’s Xbox One E3 2013 press conference

Sony’s PlayStation 4 E3 2013 press conference

Sony’s instructional video on sharing used games on PS4

And to learn more about the most recent next-gen console announcements, check out this Ars Technica article and see why the latest Microsoft console has now earned the moniker Xbox One Eighty

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