I've been playing Skyrim from day one and decided to do a show about my adventures. Since then the podcast has grown and added hosts, as well as, multiple shows. Join in or just listen. You can find us at: ASAPodcasting.email@example.com
I've been playing Skyrim from day one and decided to do a show about my adventures. Since then the podcast has grown and added hosts, as well as, multiple shows. Join in or just listen. You can find us at: ASAPodcasting.firstname.lastname@example.org
An audio book archive of all the literature and lore available in Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Rank #1: Guard's Orders.
Rank #2: Great Harbingers.
Greetings Traveler! Welcome to Elder Scrolls off the Record! The first Elder Scrolls Online podcast and the oldest Elder Scrolls podcast! Join Evarwyn, Liz "Mistress Lebeau", Rob "Rage Philosophy", Mike "The Tamrielic Historian", Mark "The Scenarist" and Zeffin every week, as we travel Tamriel and bring you our in-game experiences, latest game/community news, game features, and the occasional pro tip/trick and advice surrounding "The Elder Scrolls" and "The Elder Scrolls Online". Our goal, has always been, to present information in an informative and entertaining format while capturing the enthusiasm and excitement of the hosts and help to draw fans of Elder Scrolls from all over, together, as a community!
Rank #1: Elder Scrolls off the Record 138: Tamriel UNLIMITED!.
The Elder Scrolls Online’s Console Release date has FINALLY been announced! However, this great news also comes with it a double edged sword: Elder Scrolls Online is also going Buy [...]Source
Rank #2: Classic Elder Scrolls 39: GET YOU SOME TALOS!.
Epsiode 39 of Classic! We’re back and we’re taking on Talos! Today, we present to you the man and maybe the god, Talos, Tiber Septim, Hjalti…its all the same dude. [...]Source
A show covering the Fallout games including: Fallout 76, Fallout 4, New Vegas and the rest.
Rank #1: Roundtable S5E1 - the Fallout Feed.
Welcome to the 44th edition of the Fallout Feed Roundtable. Its the 1st episode of season 5. We are the show who compares and contrasts Fallout experiences through a lively Roundtable discussion by playing through the same quests with characters who have been randomly assigned drastically different attributes. Welcome Everyone! Join Cara, Ray, Lee, Victor, Saira and Andrew as we roll our new random characters for the upcoming Bobblehead Roundtable. For feedback on next week's show, please let us know about your character, a story background (if you do that), your random roll, your Perk plan and what it really feels like to take Strong as a lover. Roll a random character to Play-Along with the Fallout Roundtable: Fallout 4: https://tinyurl.com/Fallout4Generator Fallout New Vegas: https://tinyurl.com/NewVegasGenerator Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/asapodcasting T-Shirts!: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ASAPodcasting Support us on Amazon, where funds benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, a cause near and dear to the hearts of ASAPodcasting: http://amzn.to/1cylrSK Contact the show: email@example.com http://www.asapodcasting.com/#/the-fallout-feed/ Twitter: @thefalloutfeed FB: facebook.com/groups/askyrimaddictpodcast Twitch: twitch.tv/asapodcasting Forum: ASAPodcasting.Proboards.comSupport the show
Rank #2: Roundtable S1E3 - The Fallout Feed: A Fallout 4 podcast.
Please support the show by using our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/1cylrSK To Join the Roundtable email: FalloutRoundtable@gmail.com Visit ASAPodcasting.com for all of our shows, video content and show information. Contact the show at: TheFalloutFeed@gmail.com Twitter: twitter.com/thefalloutfeed FB: facebook.com/groups/askyrimaddictpodcastSupport the show
An Elder Scrolls Online Podcast
Rank #1: Tales of Tamriel | Episode 84: Orctoberfest.
This week on Episode 84: Orctoberfest, join Aggelos and Asteldian (“Suck it Avi!” – Asteldian) as they go over what little game news there was including the #RebuildingOrsinium Twitter Campaign and October 2nd Crown Store Update! It’s the Tales of Tamriel podcast, an action-packed show full of game news, tales, opinions, and listener emails! And remember, if you’d like to send in your own letter to the show email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org! Show Notes: News: #RebuildingOrsinium Twitter Campaign News: October 2nd Crown Store Update Discussion: Datamined Orsinium Mailbag Podcast Information: Your Show Hosts: Aggelos (@Aggelos_WoF), Thais (@TwitQueenThais) Listen to the Tales of Tamriel on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, YouTube Follow the Tales of Tamriel podcast: Website, Twitter, Facebook Follow The Dungeon Crawler Network: Website, Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, Twitch.tv, YouTube If you wish to support Tales of Tamriel and The Dungeon Crawler Network, consider clicking the donate link on the bottom of our website or support us over at our Patreon Page, Patreon.com/DungeonCrawlerNetwork! You can also support us by subscribing to our YouTube channel, leaving us a review on iTunes, or by telling a friend about us! We hope you enjoyed this episode of Tales of Tamriel and be sure to come back next week!
Rank #2: Tales of Tamriel | Episode 61: Do Argonians Lay Eggs?.
This week on Episode 61: Do Argonians Lay Eggs, join Aggelos, Thais, Asteldian, and Avi Optimal as they go over game news including Patch 2.0.4, ESO Welcomes Back Beta Players, and Collectible Creatures Fan Art Competition! It’s the Tales of Tamriel podcast, an action-packed show full of game news, tales, opinions, and listener emails! And remember, if you’d like to send in your own letter to the show email us directly at email@example.com! Show Notes: News: Patch 2.0.4 News: ESO Welcomes Back Beta Testers News: Collectible Creatures Fan Art Competition Discussion: Spellcrafting Gameplay Reading: Tribes of Murkmire: Black-Tongues Addon Spotlight: No Thank You Podcast Information: Your Show Hosts: Aggelos (@Aggelos_WoF), Thais (@TwitQueenThais) Listen to the Tales of Tamriel on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, YouTube Follow the Tales of Tamriel podcast: Website, Twitter, Facebook Follow The Dungeon Crawler Network: Website, Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, Twitch.tv, YouTube If you wish to support Tales of Tamriel and The Dungeon Crawler Network, consider clicking the donate link on the bottom of our website or support us over at our Patreon Page, Patreon.com/DungeonCrawlerNetwork! You can also support us by subscribing to our YouTube channel, leaving us a review on iTunes, or by telling a friend about us! We hope you enjoyed this episode of Tales of Tamriel and be sure to come back next week!
Join Rick and Shaline, each week, as they bring you gameplay, news and lore spanning all of the games of Fallout and Fallout 4.
Rank #1: Fallout Off The Record Episode 44: In A Harbor Far, Far Away.
Tonight we have news and game-play. It’s an off night tonight so we are in New Vegas and we talk about Far Harbor especially. So here is EVERY detail on [...]Source
Rank #2: Fallout Off The Record Episode 48: Far Harbor Spoilercast.
Tonight it is Shaline’s turn to spoil her time in Far Harbor Fallout 4 DLC. Don’t worry we will let you know when we are about to spoil stuffs. Before [...]Source
Hello traveler, welcome to Loreseekers! Your hosts Jibbs and Kash are in their favorite Tamriel tavern, ready to take you through the wonderful adventures of the Elder Scrolls Online!
Rank #1: LS Lore Lessons: Volume One.
[Warning: Large Download - you might want to use Wifi when downloading] Welcome dear friends to this very special edition of Loreseekers! This week we have prepared over seven hours of Lore Lessons from Volume One of the Loreseekers Podcast! Below you will find time stamps the Lore Lessons so you can go right to the one you want to hear! Thanks for your support, kind words and most importantly your listenership. Enjoy! Lore Lesson Guide 1:31 - Realms, Daedra and Aedra 27:00 - Elder Scrolls and the Tamrielic Timeline 45:00 - High Elves 1:08:00 - Dark Elves 1:32:00 - History of Summerset 1:59:00 - Psijic Order 2:21:00 - Wood Elves 2:47:00 - Nords 3:08:00 - Bretons 3:33:00 - Redguards 3:59:00 - Khajiit 4:31:00 - The Dark Brotherhood 4:51:00 - Sea Elves 5:08:00 - Sea Sload 5:35:00 - Mephala 5:57:00 - Werewolves and Hircine 6:17:00 - Argonians 6:58:00 - Snow Elves 7:18:00 - Orcs
Rank #2: LS Vol. 3 #10: Elsweyr.
WE'RE BACK!! This week on the podcast Kash and Jibbs talk about their trip San Francisco for the reveal stream, all the information surrounding Elsweyr and they polish it all off with a tall glass of dragons in a new Lore Lesson! Grab a drink, prop up your feet and enjoy the show!
The Reaper of Souls has descended upon the mortal realm and it is up to you to stop him and his minions. With a new class, new skills, new runes and build changing items where do you start? The Westmarch Workshop is here to help you build the perfect spec. Your hosts, Archon and Neinball, open up the horadric texts to pull together the right selection of skills and gear to help you fight back the forces of Death and more. Leave the cookie cutters in your stash, every week the Westmarch Workshop will pick a different build to cover from the vast collection of unique builds that exist in addition to the popular builds from within the community. So whether you’re looking for maximum efficiency or something unique the Westmarch Workshop will help you craft the perfect build for your playstyle.
Rank #1: Westmarch Workshop: Ep. 170 – It Lives!.
Episode 170 – It Lives! Season 18, the future of Diablo III, earnings call, and more on this week’s episode!
Rank #2: Westmarch Workshop: Ep. 169 – Season 18, Where Art Thou?.
The Season 18 PTR has come and gone, we’ve got some updates on the Diablo Art book, and your community emails!
From Final Fantasy 1 to Final Fantasy 7 to Final Fantasy 15: we discuss all aspects of the Final Fantasy universe, with weekly episodes for you to enjoy. We review the games in the series, and discuss a multitude of topics, from sex in the Final Fantasy universe to the people behind the games, like Hironobu Sakaguchi and Yoshitaka Amano (two great artists behind the Final Fantasy series that we've done episodes on). This great classic RPG video game series needed a great podcast, and we're here to provide it.
Rank #1: Final Fantasy V.
News: Final Fantasy Record Keeper Trailer Lots of Final Fantasy XV release date rumors Discussion: Listen with us as we talk of the great game that is Final Fantasy V. We start with its long developement history, the fact that they couldn't release the game because of School Children skipping class for it. We also have our opinions on it's story, gameplay, graphics, and Music. This is a good episode, tune in!
Rank #2: Final Fantasy XIII: Part One.
This week, Kaleb and Joe begin their review of Final Fantasy XIII. Enjoy! As we know, Final Fantasy XIII is the start of the Fabula Nova Crystallis collection of Final Fantasy games, and was the first game Square used their internally developed Crystal Tools game engine with. This tool was created to further unify the game’s development, and bring the originally PlayStation 3 exclusive to the Xbox 360 and Wii consoles. This system was conceived by the success of the Final Fantasy VII Tech Demo, which also spurred Square Enix to release Final Fantasy XIII on the PlayStation 3, instead of the originally planned release on Playstation 2. The game received received mostly positive reviews from video game publications, praising the graphics, presentation, and battle system. The story received mixed reviews, but the linearity would be the centerpiece of most criticisms for Final Fantasy XIII, especially when compared to the rest of the series. Development for Final Fantasy XIII began in 2004, just after the Release of Final Fantasy X-2 International + Last Mission in Japan. Director Motomu Toriyama and Kazushige Nojima conceived ideas for the stories plotline over the first year. It was Nojima that thought up the crystal mythology that is the basis of the series, and the roles of the fal’Cie and l’Cie. Toriyama then created the story around the mythology. His goal was to show the characters at the mercy of a predetermined, unjust fate. He also wanted to create a group who belonged together, but clashed heavily. To go about this, they designed each of the sory’s thirteen chapters to focus on different members of the party. The structure of the narrative started to come together in 2006, when Daisuke Watanabe joined the team. Watanabe, as you may recall, filled in for Matsuno left the Final Fantasy XII development team due to sickness. Watanabe was given a rough outline of the first eight chapters, including necessary scenes that had to stay, and was told to strengthen Toriyama’s script. An example of what this entailed, is he would get a document that simply said “Snow and Hope reconcile”, and would decide how the scene would play out, and write his scenario accordingly. Watanabe also did some adjusting for characters. He felt that Lightning shouldn’t be a reliable and calm leader, and went with the more irritable, enraged Lightning we know. This was done to capture the confusion and unease that the characters no doubt would feel in light of their situations. Toriyama felt that the Sazh suicide scene was too dark, so elements such as the Chocobo chick helped maintain a good balance within the games overall scope. The developers of Final Fantasy XIII were divided into multiple teams, where each team would be assigned with a specific area of the game. XIII’s staff included many members who worked on previous entries in the series. The games Director, Motomu Toriyama worked on X and X-2, Kitase, as we know, worked on V through VIII, and Nomura was back as the main character designer. Since XIII was the first Final Fantasy game for the PlayStation 3, the crew wanted the game to have the same impact that VII and X had upon their release. Their sales goal was to hit 5 million copies sold, and Toriyami wanted the game to be the “ultimate single player RPG.” Although I can’t say that XIII is the Ultimate………..single palyer RPG, It did meet, and exceed, their sales goal. As of now, Final Fantasy XIII has sold 6.71 million copies between the Ps3 and Xbox 360, making it the fourth biggest game in the series. It sold 1.7 Million copies in Japan, making it the fastest selling game in the franchise. The games budget would top out at Number 22 on the most expensive games to make list at 65+ million. Final Fantasy XIII was released in December 2009 in Japan, and March of 2010 for the rest of the world. The game includes a very quick paced battle system, and an upgrading system similar to the Sphere Grid called Crystalarium. Players also customize paradigms, a sort of class assignment for your three person party, and the outcome of the battles heavily rely on the player “staggering” their opponents. This is essentially finding out what weakens them, and getting them into a critical state where more damage is dealt. The character is controlled via a third person perspective. The character is also given a 360 degree camera movement. The entirety of the game is scaled relative to the characters, rather than a massive version of the character roaming a miniature terrain. Square brought back the Bestiary from Final Fatnasy XII, and also provided a way to level up ones weapons through components obtained, or bought at a save kiosk. Interestingly enough, the Final Fantasy XIII Ultimate Hits International version of the game, released in Japan, has an easy mode. This is interesting, because the company has talked about being concerned that their games are too difficult for us North Americans. The battle system is similar to Final Fantasy XII in some ways. Most noticeably in that the character can approach or avoid enemies in the field. When the player touches an enemy, the screen transitions from the map to a battle screen similar to ones from previous entries in the series. XIII also only allows the use of three characters in battle, and uses a variant of Active Time Battle that we’ve all become accustomed to. The part where this game differs the most, is with the secondary characters. The player only controls the party leader, and the other two characters are controlled by AI. There is an extremely useful Autobattle function, where the game will automatically select actions to perform. The game also fully heals characters after a battle is complete. This makes the game sound super easy, right? No. You’re wrong. SO FUCKING WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Every enemy has a chain counter. This counter starts at 100, and each enemy has different effects on creatures. Generally, black magic spells will make the chain counter jump very quickly, but the bar will quickly reset if not supplemented with a physical attack, or debuff. Once the meter is filled, the enemy will enter a Stagger state. This form is generally quite susceptible to physical damage, and the player can even launch most enemies into the air, rendering them attackless. These stagger states can be manipulated by assigning Paradigms to your party. Paradigms are used to assign different roles to different characters. The six paradigms are Commando, Ravager, Medic, Saboteur, Sentinel, and Synergist. The Commando deals physical damage, Ravager is designated for black magic, Medics perform healing spells, Saboteurs attack enemies with various debuff spells, such as slow or deprotect, Sentinels raise a parties defence, and Synergists are used to assign buffs to your characters such as protect and haste. These classes can, and in many cases, must be quickly changed throughout battles to quickly defeat enemies. This gives Final Fantasy XIII a refreshingly fast battle system, and also leads to many game overs on non boss enemies. Each character has a specific Eidolon that they can summon in battle. Only the party leader can select this skill, however, so the summoned creature depends on the leader. You can trigger a Gestalt mode for the Eidelons, and they will transform into a vehicle that the player then rides on during battle….. REMIXES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUtJJLcQigw Born Anew Throwaway #2 Remix - TWE SHELLSHOCKR https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDOv_Ko3_IY Final Fantasy XIII Lightnings Theme Hip Hop Remix - L Rello Beats https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWa5yr_xI6g "M" FFXIII Yaschas Massif FF 13 ヤシャス山 lonlonjp https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwzw0cTBb34 Final Fantasy XIII "Ragnarok" Organ version - Jakah016 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYtT1ilGlJs The Promise (Final Fantasy XIII) -Violen & Piano - Patti Rudisill https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-MPoWrMHN0 Final Fantasy XIII Eden Under Siege 8-Bit - 8BITTS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmyIcz7vLTw FFXIII Battle Theme Remix (Trance) - Beto Ceba
The Carve is a weekly Monster Hunter podcast with the goal of building a fantastic and friendly hunting community. This podcast will focus on news and stories from Monster Hunter: World and any past games like MH4U, MHXX, for example. The Carve was created by SBJ, host/producer of It's Super Effective and Mythical. If you enjoyed the conversations, audio quality, and poor pronunciation on those podcasts, then you should enjoy this podcast too. The Carve is part of the SuperEffective.FM podcast network.
Rank #1: 045 Alert: Best Selling.
Monster Hunter: World is Capcom’s ‘Best-Selling Game’ Ever! SBJ and Micah talk about “Monster Hunter: World’s” release sales and that the title has now shipped 7.9 million copies worldwide. We also talk about the new Street Fighter event in MHWorld. 00:00:20 - Introduction 00:03:00 - Capcom Sales Numbers 00:29:35 - Street Fighter DLC 00:41:30 - Post Credits twitter.com/carvepodcast twitter.com/draggingalake twitter.com/micahthebrave twitch.tv/pkmncast twitch.tv/micahthebrave Patreon: www.patreon.com/carvepodcast
Rank #2: Base Camp: Monster Hunter Iceborne.
Monster Hunter Iceborne is here and we have our thoughts about the game! We talk about the first couple hunts, spoiler free story stuff, and being thrown into Master Rank right away. We talk about the new town and what to do there. We also chat about how Monster Hunter can be a bit daunting to start up. 00:00:20 - Introduction00:00:30 - Initial Thoughts00:29:40 - Rajang Release Date00:31:50 - Iceborne Sales00:43:30 - Post CreditsAll Episodeswww.carvepodcast.comFollow on Twitterwww.twitter.com/carvepodcastwww.twitter.com/draggingalakewww.twitter.com/micahthebraveWatch on Twitchwww.twitch.tv/pkmncastwww.twitch.tv/micahthebraveSupport the Showwww.patreon.com/carvepodcast
An undead favourite. From Gary Butterfield and Kole Ross, the creators of "Watch Out for Fireballs!", Bonfireside Chat is a podcast dedicated entirely to the Souls series of games. Starting with Dark Souls, we take a journey through the areas of the game and comment on lore, gameplay, bossfights... everything. Praise the Sun!
Rank #1: Episode 90: Basics, Cemetery of Ash, and Firelink Shrine.
Gary Butterfield and Kole Ross talk about the basics of Dark Souls III, then move on to hit the Cemetery of Ash and Firelink Shrine in depth. Listen to the beginning of the episode for our spoiler policy. LINKS OF NOTE: The Ring Cycle Garbage guide Cool world structure charts Reference to bonfire making. I can't find one to bonfire extinguishing but it was in early material Seathe's Chandler Xeno's Paradox 4 Corners Get on dat roof! The Ceremonial Band
Rank #2: Episode 122: Bloodborne Revisited.
Gary Butterfield, Kole Ross, and Stewart McGowan remember and say goodbye to Bloodborne. This is the first entry in our "Victory Lap" season, a period of two months when we look back at the Souls series and talk about what worked, what didn't, and why these games were special enough to cover for all of these years.
Welcome to the H.A.M Radio Podcast! A weekly podcast discussing everything and anything Bethesda, featuring LoneVaultWanderer, Noah, one of you, and MrMattyPlays! Every podcast airs at Sunday 2PM EST.
Rank #1: Colin Moriarty Joins The Show.
After weeks of planning, Colin Moriarty has joined the show. We discuss the latest Gearbox teases, The Division 2, and much more!
Rank #2: Does Darksiders 3 Stand A Chance In A Packed Fall 2018 Lineup?.
Darksiders is a special series to some, but it has yet to reach the mainstream audience. While there are pros to that, dropping the game in the heat of the holiday seasons has the chance to work against THQ.
Watch Out for Fireballs! is a game club podcast, focused on retro and non-current games. Every week, we play a game in its entirety, then discuss its merits and flaws at length. Most episodes begin with a short sketch, and we're pretty liberal about keeping tangents in. But it ultimately comes down to: Why do we like (or dislike?) this game.
Rank #1: Episode 68: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.
Gary Butterfield, Kole Ross, and Brad Carey tell you what you already know about The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. What’s left to say about A Link to the Past? Seriously, this is the Zelda that you know and love… and the Zelda that got you to love Zelda. We want to extend a heartfelt thanks to Brad for being a generous Kickstarter backer and an awesome guest. LINKS OF NOTE: Ghost of Misery Mire: www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpWa_-LAV70 Link Between Worlds: www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_auhDR8VjU Turtle Treasures: www.somethingawful.com/news/hidden-gems-weekend/ Satellaview Zelda: www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPck5S5qZqs Dorf: www.youtube.com/watch?v=zd1P7gXcGT0 Also Dorff: www.youtube.com/watch?v=taqnAzd1fyg Puck: berserk.wikia.com/wiki/Puck Eatin’ Bird: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ortolan_Bunting Ice T Paul F Tompkins Thing. Starts around 4 minutes: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYVQUQo0Lds THANKS TO OUR SPONSOR: Latchkey Kingdom: latchkeykingdom.com/ Support Watch Out for Fireballs!
Rank #2: Episode 141: Resident Evil 4.
Gary Butterfield and Kole Ross burst with joy over Resident Evil 4. We held off on playing this game for too long. There's so much going on here. So much great design, so many memorable moments, that our discussion of Resident Evil 4 is our longest single episode to date. Leon Kennedy is back, this time on a mission to rescue the President's daughter Ashley from a mysterious cult in rural Spain. His mission marks a turning point for the Resident Evil series, for Survival Horror, and for all action games that followed it.Support Watch Out for Fireballs!Links:GMT on RE4EggsDetroit Become Human - E3 2016 Trailer | PS4 - YouTubeCall of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth! - YouTubeResident Evil 4 Chainsaw Controller - IGNShadows of the Damned - Wikipedia'Blackfish' Trailer - YouTube - Not mind safeActual German headline: “Ist Donald Trump ein Sexmonster?"Time Bandits 1981 HD Trailer Terry Gilliam John Cleese Sean Connery Shelley Duvall - YouTubeState of Georgia Vs. Denver Fenton Allen | Rick and Morty | Adult Swim - YouTubeCongrats President Evil Faq, it's your last show notes appearance!Resident Evil The DarkSide Chronicles-PS3 (trailer) - YouTubeCameron Hodge's cardboard suit.
Chris, Jon and Shaun talk about video games. If you're a gamer and want to know what's new in the world of video games, Weekly Games Chat is for you.
Rank #1: Monster Hunter World.
This week Jon returns from the dead! He and Chris then shut up and listen to Shaun tell them why Monster Hunter World is the game you need to play! After that, we talk about Red Dead's delay, Microsoft purchasing rumors, Mario coming to the big screen and Switch outselling the Wii U. Game On!
Rank #2: God of War.
This week, Chris, Shaun, and the boy (Jon) travel the wilderness of Midgard as they try to control their inner rage in God of War! After that, we announce our contest winner, the Black Ops campaign (or lack thereof) rumors, and Anthem's focus on story in our 150th episode of Weekly Games Chat! Game On!
The official podcast of PC Gamer, the number one source of PC gaming news & reviews.
Rank #1: The PC Gamer Show: Far Cry 5, Surviving Mars, Alan Wake, and more.
We speculate on Far Cry 5 and The Crew 2, and say goodbye to Alan Wake.
Rank #2: The PC Gamer Show: Ghost Recon Wildlands, Rainbow Six Siege, and more.
We talk Wildlands, E3 opening up, and have a birthday themed quiz!
USgamer's official RPG podcast features Kat Bailey and Nadia Oxford as they explore WRPGs, JRPGs, MMORPGs, tabletop RPGs, and all the best in the wonderful world of roleplaying games
Rank #1: Dragon Quest XI Review (No Spoilers) | 09/10/2018.
Kat and Nadia are here to offer their spoiler-less review of Dragon Quest XI! Is it really just "more Dragon Quest VIII?" How does the cast stack up? And what about that music? The pair have plenty of thoughts on the latest entry in the series. Plus: Bob Mackey returns to add Earthbound to our Top 25 RPG list!
Rank #2: The Best and Worst of RPG Boss Fights | 04/29/2016.
What are the best RPG boss fights? And what makes a good RPGboss fight in the first place? Nadia and returning guest SteveTramer join Kat to dissect this crucial aspect of creating a goodroleplaying game.