The quartet came back together to talk about their games they played like Cardpocalypse and Forza Horizon 4 and of course the launch of Destiny 2 Shadowkeep. Additionally Dan and Hau5test debate wether The Legend Of Zelda Link’s Awakening is better or Breath of the wild! Enjoy this new episode and we’ll see you back in two weeks!
The New Byte Podcast
Today on the TNB podcast we have a lot to talk about like Dan doing his first charity livestream marathon or all of us wondering if they will actually raid Area 51 just for the memes. That and more in today’s episode!
The New Byte podcast makes a return with a new team member and everything interesting the crew saw at Gamescom 2019! Subscribe to not miss any new video and new episode of the New Byte podcast!
Today on The New Byte Podcast Emily and Hau5test talk about Avengers Endgame in all details. That means SPOILERS AHEAD! You’ve been warned. We dissect each individual larger scene and give our thoughts so sit down, put the podcast on and relax.
The New Byte goes back to another roundtable discussion to talk today about the Playstation 5 and the first official details we got about it. Would we go for the next generation of Playstation gaming right away or does Xbox have enough arguments to tie us down to their platform? Listen right here for the answer!
Today on the TNB roundtable discussion we want to talk about the Epic Game Store, Epic Game Store exclusives like Borderlands 3 and of course also the feature roadmap of the Epic game store which is ridiculous. So let’s chat and let us know in the comments down below what you think of the EGS.
E3 season is coming up soon and DJH331 and Hau5test are sitting down to speculate and discuss what we know so far and what hopes and expectations they have from the E3 2019 week this year!
Today on The New Byte roundtable the discuss the possible setting in London for Watch Dogs 3 and what choices in Design, Gameplay and overall story we want to see realized with the sequel to Watch Dogs 2!
Today the TNB crew discusses how six and a half years, Bioware and EA’s structure and the lack of a clear vision not only ruined Anthem, but also a lot of burned out developers and long time members of Bioware leading to leaving the company. This is: How Anthem went wrong