51 episodes

The Elder-Geek Game Club is a bi-weekly, book-club style podcast where we play Classic, Retro and Indie games. Prior to each Episode, our crew spends some time playing a game. We then dissect and discuss it on the show. Audience participation is both encouraged and essential to the show!

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    • Video Games
    • 5.0, 12 Ratings

The Elder-Geek Game Club is a bi-weekly, book-club style podcast where we play Classic, Retro and Indie games. Prior to each Episode, our crew spends some time playing a game. We then dissect and discuss it on the show. Audience participation is both encouraged and essential to the show!

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
12 Ratings
12 Ratings
Xxgoodstuffxxx ,

Great show, great concept, great ear candy

This show is a great way to hear about those games that you might otherwise have missed. What makes it a 5 star review is the chemistry between the hosts. I could listen to these guys talk about cheese. The conversation comes across as natural and unrehearsed while still feeling professional. You get the feeling that you're part of the conversation with friends rather than just listening to people from the outside. These guys deserve to be heard by more people so spread the word.

LowBit Lovecraft ,

Game Club Talks About Games. Yay!

The hosts of most video game podcasts are almost always talking about games from a distance, from games they're looking forward to playing, to games they played twenty years ago (and have completely forgotten), to games they actually have played, but they're the only one, so instead of a discussion you end up with a description.

Game Club is hosted by a group who have all played the game in question, they've done it very recently, and (my favorite part) they always bring a variety of conflicting but honest opinions to the podcast. This is how it should be done.

And the variety is excellent. From 90's classics to unknown indie titles. Listening to this podcast always makes me want to play the game in question.

dale_a ,

Great format

Love the idea of the show. So many game related podcasts would just re-hash the latest E3 news and talk about the game industry in its current state. The Game Club's book-club style format lets the hosts compare notes on the same game that they've all played. Really gets the listener engaged - either they have played the same game and let's the listener compare notes along with the hosts, or the reviews and host reactions to games are so well that the listener WANTS to play the games after listening to the podcast. Keep up the great work.

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