Check it Out Comrade is a podcast about indie games. Games for the people and by the people. Two games every two weeks presented in a short form, get to the chorus manner that respects your time. Hosted by Nick Glauber and Gary Butterfield.
Episode 87: West of Loathing and Subsurface Circular
Nick and Brayton, joined by Gary, talk about Bithell's newest adventure game and the western goof'em'up by Asymmetric. Stay tuned to the end for a special announcement!
Episode 86: Battle Cats / Steamworld Heist
Nick and Brayton battle some cats and heist some steamed worlds in this crackerjack episode.
Episode 85: Turmoil and Domina
Nick and Braybraybray take a look at Turmoil and Domina, a pair of steamtown dumplins.
Episode 84: Realm Grinder and Player Unknown's Battlegrounds
Nick and Braybray check out the app where kingdoms meet to f**k, as well as discover the mystery of the unknown player.
Episode 83: Emily is Away and Slime Rancher
Nick and Brayton take on two charming darlins. A real coupla Stumptown Dumplins, these.
Episode 82: Hoplite and CRAWL
Nick and Brayton look at a mobile roguelite and a multiplayer jam. Look for Crawl on the couch at Duckstream 2017!
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Excellent indie review show
Great synergy between the presenters. I like that they are very positive despite obviously playing a lot of games...not the jaded gamer podcasters that are so common. Great format and fills a niche that other podcasts don't reach. Love it.
Such a relief to have a podcast that jumps right in to the reviews, no 10 minute preamble and no meandering outtro. It's all essential listening. I keep back episodes on file and refer during steam sales. Handy!
Edit: A real shame this show ended. It was the one show on Duckfeed that didn't require a wide knowledge of gaming in order to understand the content. Be great if it started up again.
Indie game podcast for people who are kinda meh on indie games
I was excited about this podcast because I wanted to learn more about indie games and hear the hosts’ opinions on the games I’ve played, but after listening to an episode or two, I learned they did not like Firewatch or Undertale. I’m open to listening to critiques of games I like. Their problems with Oxenfree were totally fair. But, I dunno, Firewatch and Undertale are the Ur-Indie Games. If you don’t like those, maybe you just don’t like indie games?