Remap Radio is a new podcast from the creators of the long-running video game podcast Waypoint Radio. Join Rob Zacny, Ricardo Contreras, Patrick Klepek, and Renata Price as they set off on a new adventure that has them obsessing over the video game Dragon’s Dogma nearly as much as they question the nature of capitalism.
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Rob returns to the podcast ready to talk about the latest and greatest in…uh, Empire: Total War mods? Before all that, though, we break down the massive set of Xbox leaks, use Microsoft’s misreading of Baldur’s Gate 3’s breakout potential as a way to... more
It’s only two weeks into the NFL season, but it’s already time to say goodnight to the losing Chicago Bears. Listen as Patrick and Rob come to terms with returning to a familiar cycle in Chicago: rooting for your team to lose. We discuss the nature o... more
Patrick, Cado, and Ren unpack the mess Unity created after its latest destructive path to profitability, before talking through the newest Nintendo Direct. Elsewhere, the crew discusses its time with Lies of P, Time Bandit, Gunbrella, and beating the... more
I was a Waypoint listener for years. Then everything got weird and I fell off. Now that we’re returning to office work (hooray?) I went to find podcasts for my commute and look what we have here: Some of my favorite voices still offering down-to-earth, honest discussion about video games, media, and the sorry decline of our quality of life under late stage capitalism! It’s great to hear all these folks again. Those hours on the highway will fly by.
I’ve come to the realization that these folks can talk about absolutely anything, and I’d tune in to listen. more
5 stars all the way
Please add chapters :)
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Remap Radio launched 4 months ago and published 27 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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