Today we celebrate 500 episodes of fun with memories and clips you picked. While we don’t know why you keep listening, we’re sure glad that you do. Here’s to 500 more and our apologies that we still don’t have that dang horse for sale.
Author: Chris Privitere
It’s the final countdown! Chris and Anna Marie are joined by regular Kelley and irregular Jonathan, who always brings interesting games and hardware to discuss. April Fool’s just passed, and several companies got silly. We also considered piles of feedback in the Question of the Week. We’ll miss you all, see you in six weeks.
A party of four puts on our thinking hats, contemplating games we haven’t played – and which we should tackle in a packed April. Surprise...
A slightly smaller show doesn’t mean any less action, news, or hilariously questionable jibes for this week’s RPGCast. We learn we cannot, in fact, git...
We’re joined by a new staffer (Peter) this week for a HUGE cast! We set off a KEMCO alert with massively overpriced DLC, we’re accidentally...
We’re all coughing, sniffling, and feeling terrible, but we love you and still wanted to record our weekly podcast. Join us as we get simultaneously excited and confused about…well…everything going on in March? This is going to be a busy month for RPGamers!
This week’s cast discusses what foibles can hold back a game, including not being able to connect and bad translations. We also dive into DLC...
You won’t get skunked this week with a full-fledged RPGCast! We dissect the recent Nintendo Direct (BOWSER IS TAKING OVER), discuss our Now Playing (with a love-hate CompileHeart relationship), and have a heavy dose of fun feedback.
It’s a cozy foursome on the RPGCast this week. Discussing the highs and lows of their now playing. But in the end, we are left wondering, what the heck is a “nursenary?”
So this is actually Episode 491 because “Game Of The Year” was 490. After the show, Anna Marie and Chris got Taco Bell. Johnathan got distracted from his review. Josh got arrested by the feds. And Alex got the worst punishment of all, more Kingdom Hearts.
It’s time for way too many people to get on a Skype call and debate the following. How much is Wheels is wrong? What decade will the Final Fantasy VII remake will come out? And most importantly, what did we do to deserve Metal Max Xeno and The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2?
Before the rush of releases at the end of January, we talk about your feedback, our briefs turn into longer discussions, and we get really confused about a new…farming…eSport?!
A surprise disappointment in our Now Playing, a surprise announcement in the News, and Chris shouting ELDER SCROLLS really loudly in the briefs (and beyond)...
This week’s cast has Pascal and Johnathan discussing their holiday gameplay time as well as whether Octopath Traveler is worth a second look. Also, Chris gets really frustrated about Atelier games and Anna Marie gets really frustrated with Chris.
Welcome to the new year! We played a lot of games over the holiday break – some new, some old. We also talk about your gaming goals and two upcoming RPGamer features. Please be excited.
Happy Holidays! We wrap up the final podcast of the year affirming it’s OK for Anna Marie to play casual games, even if Chris disagrees. While Josh and Kelley are making New Year’s resolutions, Chris also disagrees about what should be a brief story. We’ll see everyone in 2019!
Chris and Pascal fail at tactics. Josh gets some bartending skills. And actually that’s it. Except for our new game coming to the Epic Games Store! No not really, but we were feeling left out.
The podcast goes a little potty-mouthed as Chris complains about waiting for his Christmas gift, Anna Marie complains about hard games, and we discuss the mess that is Fallout 76 (and its collector’s edition). What a weird two weeks!
Two long-gone cast members return this week as we discuss Pokémon, a huge amount of FFXIV news, and some curious info about E3. It’s way too early, but there it is. Happy Thanksgiving – we’ll be back in two weeks.
Things go off the rail before we get to the meat of the show. But we pull it together to discuss what we’ve been playing, too many Compile Heart games, and a potential dungeon crawling disaster.