There were two pretty big events in the world of tech and gaming this week, so in this episode we discuss Apple’s latest event where they announced a new Apple Watch and a couple of new iPads as well as their decision to suddenly drop iOS 14 on everyone out of the blue. We then dive into Sony’s latest PlayStation 5 event and talk about our thoughts on the coming generation of consoles which leads nicely into a discussion about Microsoft’s xCloud game streaming service that launched this week. Finally we cap things off with some of the big mobile gaming news stories of the week.
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- Apple’s September 2020 event – MacRumors
- PS5 Event: Everything Announced and Revealed – IGN
- Microsoft Reveals xCloud Launch Games Lineup and ‘Minecraft Dungeons’ with Touch Controls Ahead of Tomorrow’s Launch on Android
- Here’s a Cheap-ish Microsoft xCloud Setup for Streaming Xbox Games on the Go Even if You’re an iOS User
- ‘DOOM’ and ‘DOOM II’ Return to the App Store with Revamped Virtual Controls, Physical Controller Support, and More
- ‘Aruna’s Adventure’ is a Promising Zelda-Like Throwback Action RPG Launching September 23rd
- The Sublime ‘Skate City’ on Apple Arcade is Updated with a New Level Based on Miami, Florida