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What gaming podcasts do you listen to?

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I'm curious which (if any) gaming podcasts you guys listen to, as I'd like to add another good one to the list.

Personally, I really like Radio Free Nintendo for Nintendo news. The cast has great chemistry, they often have insights that I haven't heard elsewhere, and their criticisms of games are usually legit. Plus, they know how to mock games in a way that's actually funny.

For my PC needs, I turn to the PCGamer podcast, because they're the only one I know of that actually talks about PC games.

My least favorite is IGN's (all of them...). I like the people on Player One Podcast, but their chemistry is terrible, and there are plenty of dead air times.

So what about you folks? Any you particularly enjoy?



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Podcasts are not dial-up friendly >:(



Oooh! I'm so, so sorry.



@dsister44

Most of them should be available for download as well. Itunes carries a lot of them and quite a few of them have mp3 feeds.



 

None anymore



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@sapient

You obviously do not have dial-up



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I've never heard of Noobtoob. Is it on iTunes, or do I have to go to their site? Also, what kind of coverage do they have?



It's on Itunes but the youtube videos are better because they are more current and up to date right now they are on episode 152. I find them very funny and quite honest in their reviews.

I used to listen to Screwattack but the biasism got too much so I stopped (that and they seem to stop appearing on Itunes.



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sapient said:
@dsister44

Most of them should be available for download as well. Itunes carries a lot of them and quite a few of them have mp3 feeds.

Rofl, do you have any idea how long it would take to do download a podcast using dial-up? Let alone any download AT ALL.

 

OT: I used to listen to PCGamer for a few weeks, but I suddenly stopped out of boredom.