Games And Hobbies Podcasts
In roughly 3000BC a group of ancient Egyptians predicted The Wengles Show would be a bi-weekly radio show and podcast some five thousand years into the future. Which is incorrect, because it's a WEEKLY podcast. Haha, what a bunch of massive idiots. Well, while we laugh at them now; it's worth noting that the show continues with as much humour as you can expect from an incredibly lazy student, and a guy who plays video games for a living. So. Apologies in advance.
By The Wengles Show
The Fan Bros Show is the premier podcast for geek culture via people of color. Fan Bros discusses the week in geek while keeping an ear to the street for the topics and controversies that affect the world of fandom. Show hosts DJ BenHaMeen, Chico Leo, and Tatiana King-Jones serve as the cultural guides for this unique show, along with a revolving cast of guests that run the gamut of industries--from hip hop and politics, to comics, movies, television and video games. FanBros is part of the LoudSpeakers Network and is published every week on iTunes and Soundcloud. Visit http://FANBROS.com for more greatness.
Hey Koopa Troopas! Every week we bring you Nintendo news, reviews and rants straight to your ears.<br> <br> Submit a question to the show by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll either answer it or make fun of you!<br> <br> Website: http://nintendosushi.com<br> Twitter: @nintendosushi<br> Facebook: nintendosushi<br> Email: email@example.com
By Nintendo Sushi
Power to the Meeple! A revolution in Board Game journalism and podcasts. Power to the Meeple is a board and card game podcast featuring reviews and interviews related to nerd culture. The show is hosted by industry and podcasting front man Jeffrey Norman Bourbeau, previously of the Session Impressions podcast. He is joined by John-Michael Gariepy, also of Session Impressions fame, who now writes prolifically about games on his blog at jmgariepy.com. Joe, a man from the digital world, the ever important third chair, steps out from the shadows to grace the audience with his technical knowledge of artistic wizardry and nerdy prowess.
By Power to the Meeple