The SML Podcast – Our Six Month Report Card For PS4 And Xbox One

By Joe Cammisa

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Monday night is here and it’s time for The SML Podcast Episode 67: One Hail of a Podcast here on Bleeding Cool!

This week on the show we are joined by…nobody! That’s right, no guest this week. Just an hour plus of Kris and I talking about things.

We start off giving our thoughts on the Xbox One and PS4 six months after release. Our thoughts on the consoles, the games, the potential, and the controllers. Then I realize I left my windows open in the car and it’s raining, so Kris starts talking about the YouTube/Twitch situation.

At the end we discuss some other game news, read an email from Randall Drew, and talk about what we’ve been playing. Spoiler alert: It’s stuff we’ve been playing for weeks.

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Music this week is a mixed bag of songs. The downpour made me think of Otherworld from Final Fantasy X, so we’ve got that starting things off followed an Animal Crossing remix, a song from the PS3 game rain, and due to the hail storm, why not a song from Halestorm?

Final Fantasy X – Otherworld

Pocketman – Just a Summer Drizzle (Animal Crossing)

Halestorm – Familiar Taste of Poison (Live)

rain – Speechless

Thanks for checking us out and we’ll see you next Monday with a new episode!

Joe Cammisa is an unemployed nerd who spends his time writing for some other gaming site, hosting The SML Podcast, and sharing pictures of his five cats on Facebook. Yeah, five. You can annoy him on Twitter or on pretty much any gaming service under the name JoeCamNet.

About Hannah Means Shannon

Editor-in-Chief at Bleeding Cool. Independent comics scholar and former English Professor. Writing books on magic in the works of Alan Moore and the early works of Neil Gaiman.

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