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Weekly Games Chat

Weekly Games Chat
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Chris, Shaun and Jon talk about video games. If you're a gamer and want to know what's new in the world of video games, Weekly Games Chat is for you.


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Latest Episodes

his week Jon is not with us - he may or may not have been "Thanos" snapped by our very own Chris. During the intro - Chris did a mini review on Power Wash Sim - which he did play quite a bit of.  After that intro however, the show was a little differ... more

7 days ago

So here we are for another edition of Weekly Games Chat. Dog lovers beware - this episode is very feline heavy. Well, the game - Stray - is a game about a cat - sooooo that's WHY.   Jon reviewed this game (played on his PS5) and to be quite honest, l... more

14 days ago

Jon's back this week and to be quite honest, may be the reason the boys had the topic for this week, Resident Evil. This is of course is the newest RE content out there, not in the form of a video game but TV Show. Broken into 8 shows, it's attempts ... more

21 days ago


4.6 out of 5 stars from 339 ratings
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    Great show

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    United States6 months ago
  • BB Kotik

    Appreciate the entertaining show! But man so much virtue signaling. I have to turn it off. Unfollowed but will check back from time to time

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 months ago
  • The Search Is Over

    If you’re looking for the best podcast in gaming media, yeah your search is over. more

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    United States7 months ago
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