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The Famicast

The Famicast
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A gaming podcast series made in Japan!


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5 out of 5 stars from 15 ratings
  • Pretty good stuff

    Pretty great show, one of my favorites. Plus, a KILLER theme song.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago
  • Please to Enjoy

    A great show for anyone interested in Nintendo and/or Japan. Give it a listen — you won’t be sorry!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 years ago
  • Your fortnightly Nintendo Fix!

    Great podcast, informative, funny and a joy to listen to while ‘working’. It’s like having a bunch of friends round talking all things gaming and Nintendo! Really enjoy the insights to Japanese culture and gaming. Thanks guys and keep up the good work! James Allen, Bath, UK.

    Apple Podcasts
    Ferrari James
    United Kingdom5 years ago
  • This has got to be my favourite Nintendo themed podcast. Beware if you don't like a sardonic sense of humour, these boys are full of it.

    Russ Greeno
    5 years ago
  • Cynical, hilarious, foreign Nintendo lovers in Japan!

    An outsider's look at Japanese culture and living, with a focus on Nintendo gaming, from European and North American podcasters. They have good dynamic humor among them and a nice mix of personalities. They do a wonderful job of answering listener questions and offering their observations of Japanese media, language, business, customs, etc., from a Western perspective, but also give glimpses into their own cultures. Thanks guys for a unique, enjoyable Nintendo podcast!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 years ago

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