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Nintendo Voice Chat

IGN Staff
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IGN editors discuss all things Nintendo. Now you're playing with power!

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4.6 out of 5 stars from 4.6k ratings
  • What Happened To This Podcast?

    As someone who has listened to almost every single episode this podcast has continuously gone downhill. Back when Jose was host this podcast was incredible. Pierre is still phenomenal, but the discourse often ends up being boring, non-news related garbage. It sounds like a bunch of people who don’t know anything about games besides what happens to be big stories talking about games. This podcast feels like a non-gamer podcast. How can you take something as magical and fun as Nintendo and make it... more

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    FEARECTION
    United States2 months ago
  • Hope to see the show bounce back

    Happy to see Seth as the new host, Kat Bailey would have also been a good pick. Hope to see the show at its unmissable best.

    Apple Podcasts
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    The Alpha Male
    United Kingdom3 months ago
  • People with congested noses who talk to much and lick boot

    Casey left and ever since we’ve had a host of obnoxious voices, people who defend Nintendo’s anti consumer policy, and thoroughly enjoy the taste of boot. Awful. Tell the woman who talks 99% of the podcast with the clogged nose to invest in tissues. Done with this show

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    United States3 months ago
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    This podcast is a wonderful balance of news and opinion. It’s well produced. You can tell they really put effort into it. more

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    stealthy6
    United States3 months ago
  • Predictable

    I would have bet every dollar I had that one particular host simply wasn’t going to be able to resist making the political commentary on Chris Pratt being Mario. And sure enough, BING! There it was! They just can’t help themselves. more

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    United States4 months ago

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