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Push Start to Continue Episode 10: New Hardware Edition

Finally, we can watch television on our televisions.

In this edition of Push Start to Continue the boys don’t spend any time at all talking about the newly announced Xbox One and Microsoft’s “One Device to Rule Them All!” market strategy…wait, that’s actually the opposite of what happens here.

So get to listening, and let us know what your thoughts on the upcoming generation are in the comments section below!

Music courtesy of...

Intro and Outro: Radioactive by Madilyn Bailey (Imagine Dragons Acoustic Cover)

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05/25/2013 at 07:54 PM

Finally I count shout orders to my game console as if it's a woman in an abusive relationship with me! "Turn on Xbox one,you dumb b&tch!" (Long ackward silence) Actually, I never really wanted to be an abusive dude bro with a wife-beater T-shirt. I'm not even fond of raising my voice beyond soft decibals. Er, guess this new console is appealing to a fringe demographic I myself do not belong to.....

I hope I'm proven wrong,guys. However, so far I'm not impressed by what I know of the Xbox One and I'm even a bit distrusting of the PS4 though yeah,it seems like the better deal so far.

Joaquim Mira Media Manager

05/25/2013 at 08:48 PM

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