Born in France, raised in Connecticut, and seasoned in sometimes-sunny Northern California, Max Scoville has been called many things (but mostly just "Max Scoville"). In spite of his constant adventuring and gallivanting, Max prides himself as one of the leading research scientists in the field of... Read More
Microsoft finally unveiled the Xbox One today! Is it everything you hoped for? Watch as Max and Tara give a run-down of the system's specs, its media capabilities, and its current line-up of games! They also discuss their thoughts on the press conference as a whole, and how it compared to Sony's PS4 press conference last month.
Episode 443 of the Destructoid Show:
Microsoft's latest console was just revealed today. It's called the Xbox One, will be out this year, and every system will include a newly revamped Kinect sensor. Microsoft mostly focused on all the features we can expect like TV show features, but a few games were also detailed at least. (Hamza Aziz)
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Born in France, raised in Connecticut, and seasoned in sometimes-sunny Northern California, Max Scoville has been called many things (but mostly just "Max Scoville"). In spite of his constant adventuring and gallivanting, Max prides himself as one of the leading research scientists in the field of modern-day popular culture.
While he studied painting and drawing at the San Francisco Art Institute, his true passion lies in entertaining others. This has manifested mostly as the posting of asinine things on the internet that will undoubtedly prevent him from ever having a career in politics. Starting with his humble and embarrassing Geocities site at age fourteen, Max has since spent way too much time on the internet trying to get people to pay attention to him.
Somehow, this obnoxious habit led to a brief stint at Current TV, where he was the intern for an ill-fated video game news show. After that, he lived in LA for eight months by accident. He subsequently escaped to Santa Cruz, where he worked on art-direction for an iPhone game called "Stack & Deploy." He is now back in San Francisco, posting ridiculous things on the internet at Destructoid.com.
Likes: Star Wars, Marvel Comics, Mountain Dew
Dislikes: Voicemails, arthropods, Liza Minelli