Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now are two great ways to try before you buy

Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now are two great ways to try before you buy

2020-11-16 16:30:00by CJ Andriessen

Podtoid 467

With game prices going up in the new generation of consoles, it makes more sense than ever before to check out the various gaming subscription services available. Both Sony and Microsoft have their own, and no matter which one you choose, you’re bound to find some games you’ll love.

That’s one of the topics on this episode of Podtoid. CJ, Charlotte, Dan, and Occams come together to talk game subscriptions, Microsoft studio acquisitions, Streets of Rage 4, renting movies on demand, and the Xbox Series S. All that, plus fast food isn’t worth going to jail for, on Podtoid Episode 467.

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CJ Andriessen

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Just what the internet needs: yet another white guy writing about video games. more + disclosures


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