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Volcano Bakemeat

Volcano Bakemeat Radio

No-budget, enthusiastic discussions of video games. In every episode, the crew at Volcano Bakemeat Radio take an in-depth look at a gaming topic or genre.

PublishesWeeklyEpisodes17Founded8 years ago
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Latest Episodes

Live at Emerald City Comic Con, Volcano Bakemeat radio discussed communities in gaming, how those communities are shaped, and one very distinct mouse pad. more

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7 years ago

In this episode, Volcano Bakemeat Radio look at the games that used their limited resources to think outside the box, (and the games that maybe should have have had a few more limits). We also try to imagine how you could make a character-focused RPG... more

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7 years ago

This was some cool audio that related but didn’t quite fit in our main episode. But it made us realize we definitely need to do an episode about sequels and it was too good not to share with you guys. more

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7 years ago

In this episode, we discuss replayability in video games. We go into what makes a game replayable, why replayability is important to gamers, the various ways a game can structure its replayability factor, and more! more

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7 years ago

In this Appetizer mini-episode, Connor, Grant, and Paige are joined by Neil Phelps — an independent filmmaker and actor — to discuss the ins and outs of voice acting in video games. What makes for good voice acting, what voice acting has done for the... more

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7 years ago

We explore the benefits games can have in day to day life, what actual literal therapeutic benefits they might have, and why Left 4 Dead can be an essential part of working retail. more

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7 years ago

In our first appetizer mini-episode, Volcano Bakemeat’s crew discuss casual gaming. Grant and Jessica talk about the time a frat’s constant soundtrack contributed to their Robot Unicorn Attack war, Paige admits a shameful love for a terrible gaming g... more

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8 years ago

The topic of choice in video games is absolutely huge, so in this episode we (attempt) to limit our discussion to one aspect: Even having a choice in the first place. We debate the pros and cons of letting a player choose anything and then talk about... more

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8 years ago

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Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars from 18 ratings
  • I love grant

    Hey grant, u taught me at mshs last year

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Kid from mount si high school
    United States7 years ago
  • In depth is right

    A lot of game shows, just parrot what they hear on other game shows NOT THIS ONE! super analytical- great!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    The carpeted avenger of caves
    United States7 years ago
  • Not beholden to the present

    Videogames have a rich history, not just whatever game is in the popular spotlight in any given moment. Thses folks focus on various topics that have been a part of gaming culture since the begining, but maybe don't get talked about when we focus on the newest and greatest thing. The audio quality could be a little better, but thos show is still very listenable.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    KevSaund
    United States7 years ago
  • Fun video game discusison

    The panel format of this show helps differeniate it from other game podcasts. Real discussions between real people about video games that reaches beyond the typical reviews and rants. Great show!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    The Real Wacker
    United States8 years ago
  • Surprisingly focused

    Maintained focus on some heady themes. Five people is a lot but the group handled it well.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    K...dot
    United States8 years ago
  • Group of True Gamers

    Guy gamers and girl gamers come together to talk about ... pretty much everything that video games are or have been. I really don't understand how these people have the time to play as many games as they seem to have played when I can't turn my attention away from a game like Fallout 4 to notice anything else hitting the market over a HUGE span of time. Their knowledge is most impressive! more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Kylo Ren & Stimpy
    United States8 years ago
  • Great for gamer geeks

    Great content and well put together

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    The Vincent Valentine Show
    Spain8 years ago
  • Smart gaming talk.

    What the title says. Not dumb people.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    ThisIsTomSTOPSAYINGMYNAMEISTAK
    United States8 years ago

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