We're not experts, journalists, or even trained broadcasters (well ok, one of us is). Just a group of video game enthusiasts and friends with honest (and sometimes raunchy) talk about all things gaming. Every week our rotating panel chats about video game-related topics old and new, so no matter your console generation you’ll feel right at home. Press Start! Subscribe and listen on www.16bitgladiators.com.
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On the 12th day of Christmas, the Gladiators gave to me, their end-of-year wrap up episode where they talked about the best games we played in 2021.
Ever since video games went 3D, this genre has flourished to become one of the more dominant types of gameplay. This week we discuss some of our favorite FPSs, and dig up the old "video games are training grounds for mass shootings" argument.
We discuss the phenomenon of timed-gameplay and the masochists who engage in it.
Like hanging out with friends and talking 'bout vidja games. I could listen to Joel's silky smooth voice talk all day (and night WINK)
Ahhhhh......the SNES.......what a magnificent piece of hardware completely blew away the the sega genesis graphics and sound wise......anyways guys if you are into retro gaming check out these guys you will not be disappointed I have yet to hear a boring minute on this podcast. Awesome work guys keep it up!
Great, pls do a racing game one
I started listening to this pod cast about a year ago. all the people they have one are funny and have a large back ground in playing games. every one should check out there Street Fighter eps. it one of the best.
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16-Bit Gladiators launched 9 years ago and published 48 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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