This week’s Shacknews Dump has been a long time coming. Months and months of holding back and playing coy have finally come to an end. It’s time to let loose. No, we’re not talking about the presidential election (or are we?). We’re talking mostly game news! And this week’s episode packs next-gen chatter in more tightly than a gnome in a rocket destined for the stars!
On this November 6 edition of the Shacknews Dump, we’re putting it all out there. You’ve wanted to know and now they’re here: the next-gen. Today we discuss our reviews of the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X. That’s now all though. After all, Shacknews Dump is a news show, and boy have we got it. How much money do you suppose it costs to shoot a lawn gnome into space on a rocket ship? We don’t know, but Gabe Newell does.
Tune in as we talk about these and other gaming topics on the Shacknews Dump, set to go live on the Shacknews Twitch channel at 1:30 p.m. PT / 4:30 p.m. ET. You can also catch the show live below.
Here’s the rundown of topics on today’s Shacknews Dump:
- PS5 launch day console sales will only be available through online orders, says Sony
- Gabe Newell is launching a real Gnome Chompski into space for science & charity
- Sega Sammy sells off majority of physical arcade & amusement center operations
- Xbox Series X review: The future is not here
- PS5 review: It's what's on the inside that counts
- Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales review - Vecino amistoso Spider-Man
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It’s time as a nation to move forward… into the next-gen of consoles, so tune in as we go in-depth on what we thought of them.