The SML Podcast – Discussing The Xbox One With A Brand New Owner
 Plus E3, Super Smash Bros, Wolfenstein And More

By Joe Cammisa



Monday night is here and it's time for The SML Podcast Episode 68: Eric Bought an Xbox One here on Bleeding Cool!

This week we are joined by Eric Volkert, previously heard on our Call of Duty episode where he was mocked for liking Call of Duty. He joins us to talk about his thoughts on the Xbox One given that he just purchased one a few days prior. He talks about what he likes, what he's playing, and if thinks he made the right console choice.

After that is a mixed bag of news discussions with us touching on the recent Harmonix layoffs, some early E3 talk, the new Super Smash Bros and the Best Buy event, and of course, what we've been playing!

Of course we've got the usual suspects like Final Fantasy XIV and Diablo III, but we also get some PvZ Garden Warfare talk, Titanfall, Forza 5, Wolfenstein: The New Order, Watch_Dogs, and so much more!

Check out the mp3 of the show here or check out the YouTube version!

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In honor of the Wolfenstein release, this week we bust out some id Software hotness with some Wolfenstein and Doom remixes!

Fredrik Thordendal – Herr Faust (Wolfenstein: The New Order)

Psycho Crusher – My Loved Ones Are Gone (Wolfenstein 3D)

Mazedude – Nazi Requiem (Wolfenstein 3D)

Evil Horde & RoeTaKa – Infiltrator (Doom)

Daniel Tidwell – At Doom's Gate (Doom)

Thanks for checking us out and we'll see you next Monday with a new episode!

Joe Cammisa is an unemployed nerd who spends his time writing for some other gaming site, hosting The SML Podcast, and sharing pictures of his five cats on Facebook. Yeah, five. You can annoy him on Twitter [] or on pretty much any gaming service under the name JoeCamNet.

About Hannah Means Shannon

Editor-in-Chief at Bleeding Cool. Independent comics scholar and former English Professor. Writing books on magic in the works of Alan Moore and the early works of Neil Gaiman.

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