Microsoft wants to expand its Xbox Live service beyond their proprietary home console. And computer. Xbox Live has been on PCs for a dog’s age. Microsoft wants you to access to your Xbox Live account on PCs, phones, toasters and milk cartons — although some of that technology is light years away. For now, or at least shortly, we will have to settle for phones and rival video game consoles.
Join the Trophy Whores as they discuss, among other things, the spread of Xbox Live — to infinity but not beyond — and Sony Computer Entertainment’s planned absence from the 2019 Electronic Entertainment Expo.
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If you wish, you can always download the show here – Trophy Whores 377 – Microsoft Live Bleeds into Nintendo Waters
Trophy Whores 574 – Ratchet’s Quest Goes Beyond PlayStation
Trophy Whores 573 – Sony Swing in to Remedy our Helldive into Summer
Trophy Whores 572 – No Day One Games on PC