Join Andrea Rene, Brittney Brombacher and Kristine Steimer as they analyze the week's video game news, give hands-on impressions of upcoming titles, discuss your questions, and have a little bit of "off-topic" conversation. With over 30 years of video game industry experience, the conversation is sure to be passionate but never takes itself too seriously.
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I started listening to podcasts during my commute and I stumbled upon this dynamic duo fairly early on, and now I’m sad I only get to listen to them once a week. If you want thoughtful and inclusive commentary covering all sorts of games, from Elden Ring to Rune Factory 5, this is the place to be. Their insights into the gaming industry are some of the more nuanced ones out there, and they’re delivered in the most fun and engaging way! I find myself laughing multiple times every episode. Give th... more
I’m a retro gamer and modern gamer I’m my Fathers carer and I look forward to seeing you very talented young women and your reviews are honest and spot on.
Two women talk about how elden ring becomes unfun. Kidding, this pod is entertaining in so many ways and it is always great to have a females point of view in an industry that has too many toxic men.
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As a long time gamer I have always listened to gaming podcast. It is hard to find representation of anyone that is not a heterosexual white male. This cast is great and has a fresh and interesting perspective. Thank you for all you do. This podcast has become a weekly bright spot right beside the nextlander podcast.
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What's Good Games: A Video Game Podcast launched 5 years ago and published 308 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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