PCC Multiverse #182- XBOX Has A Showcase For Series X, Mega Cat Studios Loves Its Retro, and More Major Movie Delays Are On The Way!

Josh and Gerald are back for another trip into the Multiverse of pop culture as the guys break down the XBOX Series X Showcase and describe what they liked (and didn’t like) about Microsoft’s first real opportunity to make an impression with gamers. They talk Halo Infinite, Avowed, Fable, Forza, and more of the titles that were part of the showcase and how it compared to Playstation 5’s recent system debut. The World-Famous San Diego Comic-Con started with its first-ever virtual edition and they talk about what Star Trek announced at the event and their slate of television shows moving forward. Plus they recap just some of the major recent changes in movie releases as they talk the next Avatar, Star Wars, Tenet, Mulan, and Bill and Ted 3. All this and James Deighan from Mega Cat Studios talks about their lineup of retro-inspired games that they have out now and coming soon for all the current systems. And also what games they have for some older ones like Sega Genesis, the Nintendo Entertainment System, and the Mega Drive as well.

 

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Presented by Pop Culture CosmosZero Cool Films, the novel Congratulations, You Suck (available for purchase HERE), and Retro City Games!

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