The Cane and Rinse videogame podcast
Summary: Cane and Rinse is a weekly podcast made by passionate videogaming enthusiasts aimed at like-minded listeners. Our ambition is to provide in-depth discussion with help from knowledgeable, articulate guests from the gaming community, the world of games development and beyond.
“Keep your expectations low boy, and you’ll never be disappointed.” A serious assessment of Sony Santa Monica’s soft reboot of the successful but stagnating God of War series. Leon, Brian, Josh and a pantheon of community contributors offer their opinions and experiences, running the gamut from blasphemy to worship. http://media.blubrry.com/caneandrinse/caneandrinse.com/podcast/cane_and_rinse_issue_402.mp3 Music featured in this issue: 1. Ashes by Bear McCreary 2. God of War by Bear McCreary Cane and Rinse issue 402 was edited by Jay Taylor Don’t forget, you can get an extended Cane and Rinse podcast a week early if you support our Patreon for just $2 a month! Do you have an opinion about a game we’re covering that you’d like read on the podcast? Then venture over to our forum and check out the list of upcoming games we’re covering. Whilst there you can join in the conversations with our friendly community in discussing all things relating to videogames, along with lots of other stuff too. Sound good? Then come and say hello at The Cane and Rinse forum
Welcome home, pardners. The Cane and Rinse videogame podcast returns for its ninth year with an expansive examination of Red Dead Redemption II. Camp out under the stars with Leon, Jacob, Jay, Josh, Rich and sundry passers-by as they sing paeans about the good times and share horror stories about the tragic times at the end of the old Wild West. Music featured in this podcast: 1. Honor, Amongst Thieves by Woody Jackson 2. That’s the way it is by Daniel Lanois Cane and Rinse 401 edited by Jay Taylor
The latest of our single platform podcast specials focuses on SEGA's final console, the Dreamcast. Leon, Karl and guests Ben Cartlidge (One Credit Classics) and John Linneman (Digital Foundry Retro) unpick the magic from the smoke and mirrors in an attempt to understand how and why the most powerful console ever (circa 1998/1999) failed to win the hearts and minds of the general public. Passionate prose from the community and a swift(ish) rundown of the machine's diverse and colourful library round out the show.
In our final issue of volume 8, Josh, Leah, Charlotte, and Tom discuss Square Enix's 2016 JRPG release, Final Fantasy XV.
In Part 5, join Ryan and Chris as they talk about many of the games released in 2019.
In Part 4, join Leon, Leah, and James as they talk about many of the games released in 2019.
In Part 3, join Josh, Michiel, Jon, Ryan, and Jacob as they talk about many of the games released in 2019.
In Part 2, join Leah, Ryan Quintal, Brian, and Karl as they talk about many of the games released in 2019.
In Part 1, join Ryan, Thomas, Jesse, and Brian as they talk about many of the games released in 2019, including everything released on Apple Arcade to that point in time.
In our latest podcast on the bequiffed ape, we land late in the Wii era with Donkey Kong Country Returns.
A rare foray into the world of the Western CRPG for us, but 1999's Planescape: Torment ticks a lot of boxes.
Marking its 40th birthday, we celebrate one of Atari's most iconic, influential and successful arcade games from the so-called 'golden age': Asteroids.
Leon, Jacob, Leah and Michiel sneak around Union until their knees give out with The Evil Within 2
Darren, Brian, Ryan and guest Joey Bagi to see just what they think of the N64 platformer Donkey Kong 64, so big, Nintendo had to include an expansion pak just to fit it all in!
What do Darren, Ryan returning guest Joey Bagi think of the first Banjo-Kazooie game under Microsoft's wing - Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts?