We’re back! After a 3 week break the Lost Spark Podcast is back and this week we introduce another new Spark to the every growing podcast family; Stuart from JustAddPopcorn.
This week Stuart joins Antony to discuss the week’s gaming news including the PSVR price drop, the new games for April via Games with Gold and PS Plus, and Spider-Man finally gets a release date. So listen in to this week’s Lost Spark Podcast for details of the game, the deluxe edition and those spidey costumes.
Also this week Antony and Stuart deep dive into Hope County, Montana and go hands-on with Far Cry 5 and Antony takes to the Sea of Thieves and enjoys every minutes of his piratey adventures.
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This week we discuss the newly released Xbox One X and give our hands on impressions of ‘the world’s most powerful console’, does the Xbox One X live up to the hype and does Forza 7 look so shiny it will hurt your eyes; join the Sparks for episode 109 and find out.Continue reading →
This weeks’ episode of The Lost Spark Podcast delves into Gamescom, the Microsoft conference and the gaps left in the foreseeable future for Xbox One X.
With the 90 minute show managing to reveal almost nothing that wasn’t already known and attempting to whet our appetite’s with warmed up footage that’s been around since E3, the common feeling from ardent and expectant fans has been one of disappointment.
Over at Spark Towers, we pride ourselves on an objective positivity as we dissect the industry we love, but in this case, although we fight for it, there’s an unmistakable air of underwhelmed surprise.
Welcome, come inside, take your shoes off, slip on your comfy indoor footwear of choice and settle yourself in for another adventure with the Lost Spark Podcast as special guest James Thomas (@BigSheep) joins Antony and Darren once again to discuss Pizza, Circus tricks, Cinema silence, oh and of course, the reason we are all here – Video Games.
This week the debate gets interesting when James brings the news of an expected shake up of Xbox Live Achievements to the table and asks, are achievements in need of a change, are we happy with them as they are or even protective of the current ‘cheevo’ status quo and if we had the chance to make a change what could be done to improve a system loved by gamers worldwide? Is there any achievement in changing achievements? Continue reading →