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Go to http://manscaped.com/inside to get 20% off and free shipping! Thanks to ExpressVPN for sponsoring our channel http://expressvpn.com/inside It’s time to say goodbye. The PS5 and the Xbox Series X have been out for a couple weeks now but before we can put our old consoles back in their boxes and up on the shelf, we need a little closure. It’s important to take a moment and process the life and games we shared together over the last 8 years and honestly, this video could have easily been twice as long. Sure we played it a little fast and loose with the difference between exclusives and timed exclusives and kind of just in general but we are going through year by year to talk about some of the best highlights of the PS4 and Xbox One. Put on an old record and let’s pour one out together for the last generation of video game hardware, right here on Inside Gaming Daily. Listen to our podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/IGPodcast Or buy our shirt! https://is.gd/u3xCtA OR follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/mc_lotta/ https://twitter.com/handsomemaster2 https://twitter.com/snackary_ https://twitter.com/DarthBurrit0 http://twitter.com/InsideGaming SOURCES [Business Insider] How Microsoft bungled the Xbox one launch https://www.businessinsider.com/how-microsoft-bungled-the-xbox-one-launch-2015-8 [Statista] Xbox One Global Sales https://www.statista.com/statistics/1005403/global-xbox-one-console-unit-sales/ [Statista] PS4 Global Sales https://bit.ly/35g94cY [Playstation Blog] Indies Choose PS4 https://blog.playstation.com/2013/06/10/e3-2013-indie-developers-continue-to-choose-playstation/Inside Gaming YouTube Channel
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