Revenge of the Chris! (Teaser) | The PA Podcast Episode 3

Episode 3 Revenge of the Chris! Episode 3 of The Platinum Achievement Podcast brings the most action yet with six co-hosts sharing the spotlight including a special guest — one of the top PlayStation trophy collectors in the world, Michael Simmons (@RoughDawg4). Listen in for our thoughts on the recent E3 2015 reveals and some of RoughDawg’s thoughts on trophy/achievement hunting. […]

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The Platinum Achievement Podcast | Episode 2

Episode 2 We’ve found Brian! Episode 2 of the The Platinum Achievement Podcast introduces your fifth co-host and includes an extensive discussion of virtual reality amid the recent Oculus Rift news. Also hear our thoughts on our potential game of the year candidates and what it’s like talking video games with non-gamers. (YouTube / MP3) Check out more episodes here!

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Xbox One E3 2015 games recap | Halo 5, Mass Effect Andromeda, Gears of War, and more

“Boom” That’s all Larry Hryb had to say to those watching the press conference when Microsoft unveiled a complete surprise announcement that will likely bode extremely well for them in encouraging Xbox 360 gamers to jump to Xbox One. Backwards compatibility was announced earlier today at their E3 briefing, and the reception has been almost universally positive. Though the ability to play […]

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Xbox One E3 2015 | Xbox Elite Controller announced; button remapping, customizable parts

With the love the Xbox 360 has almost always been benefited to, it’s incredible that Microsoft continues to push the boundaries with their almost universally loved design. The Xbox One controller offered some minor improvements as well, but now Microsoft has unveiled a new groundbreaking controller that offers a vast array of advantages. A new conversed D-pad, improved triggers with […]

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Xbox One E3 2015 | Backwards compatibility announced!

And it gets better. Following Bethesda’s E3 conference from yesterday, Microsoft made waves at E3 with a series of fantastic announcements and reveals — but nothing was more remarkable than the new backwards compatibility that was announced. Almost all games downloaded to your Xbox 360 console can now come straight over to your Xbox One console. There will be no additional […]

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