Big Red Barrelcast 13: The Xbox One Son

The Big Red Barrelcast returns to tickle your ear drums! Dave, Kev and Pacman pontificate about the announcement of the Xbox One and that’s about it.

This time, they ramble on about:

  • The Xbox One
  • The Xbox One
  • The Xbox One
  • The good
  • The bad
  • The ugly
  • The meh
  • And some healthy bonus content for those lovely individuals amongst you that bought our App

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  1. Dangerous Brian

    I was listening to the podcast when I started thinking. How will rentals work for the XOneBox? If every game has to be registered, how can a company rent the games out more than once? Would Microsoft really be that stupid? They’ve already lost most of their customers by charging full price for pre-owned.

    I am a big fan of The Xbox and the 360 (I like them a lot AND I am fat), and I want to like the new One but that press conference did them no favours. E3 is their last chance as far as I am concerned.

    On a much happier note, great show peeps.

  2. Dangerous Brian

    I just want to play games.

  3. sheezcrafty

    All this talk reminds me of the discussions my SO and I had when we decided to get a console. After tons of research we still couldn’t decide, Then Little Big Planet came out , I read the reviews, and felt that based on THAT game, we were getting a PS3. Looking back I think it’s kind of cool that the balance tipped because of a game, the specs of the individual machines didn’t mean much to me at the time.

    No regrets about the decision, I love my console. I think that as a gamer though, I want multiple robust consoles, it’s good for the industry and good for gamers.

    Regarding the name, maybe they were thinking “One to rule them all.” You can have that Microsoft, I’m sure Tolkien won’t mind.

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