Xbox Scarlett, the Solution Nobody Thinks They Want – Cereal at Night E.49

Rumors are floating around about a an Xbox streaming console code named Scarlett, what does it mean for you.  This episode Mike discusses the current state of gaming expectations, why hardware sales don’t matter, what the future looks like, Micorsoft Azure Cloud, how streaming can eliminate latency, and how it provide more people with ways to play while meeting their expectations for quality.


There are Thieves on this Mother F’n Sea – E.118

Start – 0:05 – Chit Chat
0:05 – 0:20 – Switch / Xbox GameStop trade-in talk, Mitch buy’s a Nintendo Switch
0:20 – 1:02 – Mitch ranks the consoles and handhelds he has owned
1:02 – 1:16 – Sea of Thieves, There are Thieves on this Mother F’n Sea

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CAN40 – PS4 Slim, Xbox One S, Vita Collecting

This week I am going to hit on the PS4 Slim Leak, how it compares to the Xbox One S, I can’t mention those without talking a bit of PlayStation Neo and Xbox Scorpio, and I will finish up the conversation with PlayStation Vita Collecting.

39CAN – A Future Without Generations

With the imminent release of PlayStation Neo and Xbox Scorpio we are quickly approaching a future where console hardware is iterated upon rather than the traditional 5-7 generational life cycles.  In this episode I discuss why I am excited for this future and why I think it makes sense.

CAN37 – Console Wars Perspective: Business v. Consumer

The term console wars has become nails on the chalkboard for those that don’t care where people game, yet it continues to be a term thrown around in comments sections and message boards as a short sighted way to show allegiance to a brand.

In this episode I cover why the console wars at a competitive business level is good for gaming, while discussing why it’s still a stupid conversation for consumers arguing that the way they spent their money is better than someone else.

It’s possible that the console wars can exist at a level that is good for gamers; if gamers stopped caring about brand allegiance and started caring about games again.

CAN36 – Xbox Scorpio and Upgrade Programs

This episode of Cereal at Night Mike is talking about the Xbox Scorpio, PlayStation Neo, potential upgrade programs and iterative console releases in general.

CAN33 – The Unchartedification of Gaming

This week I give my impressions of E3, how games feel like a cinematic adventures with gameplay shoehorned in as a second thought, and my thoughts about the console gaming future as we move closer to iterative releases.

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CAN32 – Uncharted, Xbox Scorpio, PS Neo

On this episode of Cereal at Night I wanted to clarify my thoughts and opinions about Uncharted 4.  It’s not that I think it’s a bad game, I just didn’t have as much fun with it as the previous installments.

In the second half of the show I once again discuss iterative console releases; specifically the details surrounding the Xbox Scorpio and the PlayStation Neo. I will then dive into what I think this means for gaming and where I will spend my money.

Also discussed, the Nvidia GTX 1080, Sennheiser Headphones and Sim Racing Cockpits and Wheels.