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October is more than just the spookiest month: it's chock-full of games for Nintendo Switch owners, too. Reb Valentine, Kat Bailey, Peer Schneider and Seth Macy talk upcoming games, Kat's trip to Japan, a giant TV that appeared in Seth's basement, an... more
Is the Wii a vintage console? As much as the olds don't want to admit it, it certainly seems that way. We take a trip down memor-Wii lane to talk about Nintendo's interesting experiment that took the video game world by storm and went so far as to pu... more
We got the thing, the "thing" in this case being a fall Nintendo Direct, and what a roughly 40 minutes that was, am I right? The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is a real game YOU can play this May. Join Brian Altano, Brendan Graeber, Rebekah V... more
I must admit before I get into my thoughts on the podcast that I have been an IGN supporter for quite many years, so take my opinion with that in mind! more
Enjoy the show but Peer needs to get a memo out to remove “like” from NVC’s vernacular. Like, make a game out of it or something, like, take a shot every time you hear…🍻
Love the hosts of this podcast. Great chemistry, strong passion for the Nintendo brand while not being overly biased, and a genuinely fun time.
Love all of the hosts and guests with the exception of one, unfortunately: Kat. Her journalism is great, there’s no doubting her experience and expertise, and I’m sure she’s a good person. Unfortunately, her podcast presence is pretty negative and a detriment to the show’s quality. She is consistently argumentative, contrarian, and frankly, arrogant (in that her views are the only correct ones). The recent Pokémon conversation where she was shutting down Miranda and Rebecca was the last straw. I... more
I look forward to the episodes! Kat is a queen.
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Nintendo Voice Chat launched 15 years ago and published 581 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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