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ShopTo Podcast - Episode 32


It's time for the ShopTo Podcast Episode 32.

This week we talk about the latest PS4 firmware, Destiny DLC, Call of Duty Advanced Warfare and a whole lot more.




We also answer user questions, talking about what we've been playing and get excited about the rest of the month. We hope you enjoy the listen.

As previously mentioned, unfortunately we've had to start removing older episodes, so if you still want to listen to these then you can visit http://www.youtube.com/user/wonderwallweb where you can listen to our archived episodes.

As always we'd love to know what you think, after all this is your podcast, so the more feedback and requests you provide the better.

If you subscribe to us via iTunes then we'd love it if you could leave us a review (especially if you love us :D ).

Listen to the podcast here:



You can also download the file by clicking the download button or by clicking here.

We are also on iTunes and you can subscribe here. (The latest episode sometimes takes a while to appear).

You can also check out our Podomatic site here which has even more options for getting hold of the podcast.

Finally you can also listen via Stitcher.

Our Podcast features @_wotta, @ColinCGallacher, @Magnapop78 and @JamesGrantham26. 

Follow us on twitter and send us your questions for the next episode.

Unfortunately due to space requirements we have had to start deleting old episodes, therefore Episode 1-9 are no longer available and by the looks of things we will have to delete one older episode a week. 

Therefore, we have started to place our archived episodes on YouTube, allowing you to check back on older episodes. You can listen to older episodes on our YouTube Channel here.

*unfortunately we had an issue with the intro music this week, so it's missing.

Edited On 03 Nov, 2014

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Danny_936's avatar
Danny_936 2 years ago
When do you guys think digital games on both Xbox One and PS4 will come more inline with Steam's prices?
Loli-Nox-Tan's avatar
Loli-Nox-Tan 2 years ago
They already are in line with Steam prices, though if you mean the sales then I would have to say never. Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo don't have any competition when it comes to their online stores.
Danny_936's avatar
Danny_936 2 years ago
No there not at all, for example COD AW is £54.99 digitally on Xbox One compared to Steam which is £39.99, there are many other games that are even cheaper then COD AW on Stream compared to the digital versions on the Xbox One, not sure about PS4 prices as i don't own one.
Dead's avatar
Dead 2 years ago
Aren't those the RRP's for the platforms though?
DynamiteWhyte's avatar
DynamiteWhyte 2 years ago
You get a few like MLB The Show, Driveclub and 5he Walking Dead but they won't lower it down anytime soon while still making money from it. I would just recommend cdkeys for cheaper psn codes to bring the price down a bit if you want to go all digital.
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Danny_936 2 years ago
I think they are yeah but still with the way digital pre ordering and pre downloading games is currently works on both Xbox One and PS4, I think the whole digital games market place would really start to take off if the digital prices were more inline with Streams prices, at the end of the day digital games should be cheaper then physical games, yes this would effect brick and motor stores but isn't there only GAME and granger games who are gaming only brick and motor store?s I think online stores such as shopto, amazon ect will still continue to do well as most of there prices are already cheaper then brick n motor stores.
Dead's avatar
Dead 2 years ago
I think what you really want is parity between PC and console prices.
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Zombieflamingo 2 years ago
Is it not dependant on the publisher what price they sell for each of the stores? I noticed for the first party xbox one games they usually for £45 whereas third party is usually £55. From what I remember Sony tends to stick around £50 for their first party games. Like Dynamite said it is best to get your online PSN/ xbox live codes from CD keys. Shopt tend to have good deals on them as well. I know GAME are doing an offer just now if you buy a £50 xbox live code you get a free £5 code.
Loli-Nox-Tan's avatar
Loli-Nox-Tan 2 years ago
When you factor in the platform holder licence it is about the same. PC games are cheaper cos no one owns the platform.
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Loli-Nox-Tan 2 years ago
Pfft. Everyone should do what I do for PSN credit (XBL credit as well) Open a Littlewoods or Very account, or both, and use the £25/£30 off £50 codes they send you on PSN/XBL cards ”
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Loli-Nox-Tan 2 years ago
That is also the reason first party games are cheaper on the console stores. Sony and Microsoft don't need to pay a licence to use their own platform (but they still want a little big extra)
Dead's avatar
Dead 2 years ago
I'll stuck with cdkeys for online credit, had bad experiences with Littlewoods/Very
Danny_936's avatar
Danny_936 2 years ago
Gloria think your right parity between PC and console prices would be great for everyone and Nox i didn't know pubs/devs needed to pay a licence fee in order to release games on consoles.
DynamiteWhyte's avatar
DynamiteWhyte 2 years ago
I would have everything digital if they even matched Amazons prices. Got over my collector of the ps3 phase. Now happy with ease of use.
Zombieflamingo's avatar
Zombieflamingo 2 years ago
Myself and my brother do the xbox sharing so we go half each on a digital copy and we can both play it. Think you can do the same with PS4 you just need someone else you trust.
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Loli-Nox-Tan 2 years ago
Yea. People seen to forget that when you download a game from XBL or PSN you get 2 licences with it, one for the console that it was downloaded one and another for the account that downloaded it

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