10 episodes

Life is too short to seek out imperfections and critiques in the people and things we love the most. ++Good Games is about celebrating the best games, the best developers and the greatest experiences this industry has to offer, sharing what has made this industry so exceptional these past 40 years.

++Good Games (Double Plus Good Games) Podcast Neal Bauer

    • 4.4, 35 Ratings

Life is too short to seek out imperfections and critiques in the people and things we love the most. ++Good Games is about celebrating the best games, the best developers and the greatest experiences this industry has to offer, sharing what has made this industry so exceptional these past 40 years.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

Netjeret ,

Made for Gamers, By Gamers

Probably my favorite Podcast on the subject of gaming! The guys are hilarious and they also know what they're talking about. Don't expect to just get the typical, over-enthused hype fest for every new title that comes out. You'll actually hear an intelligent discussion about games and the industry in general.

Not to mention, they know their history! I love when they bring up a title I haven't played in years, it feels like a shout out to all us old-timers. ;-)

JERMadness ,

Bleep and Bloop

Anthony and Neal make a great team like Click and Clack, The Tappet Brothers, on Car Talk. They clash but in a way that makes for some interesting conversations and tomfoolery. I love the insider opinions of the retail industry. It's a side that's not often talked about on other gaming podcasts. I loved the top fifty shows as they mentioned so many games no one talks much about. I've heard all I can take about GTA and CODyBLOPs from other podcasts.

AJ Farnham ,

Hard to Listen to...

I don't know if it's the monotonous music or the extremely insider fanatic baseball (like you have to be told how the first ever hot dog is made insider talk) but it is hard to keep track of what the hell is going on in this podcast. Game title after title, the hosts completely alienate any casual gamer to get that fist bump from one fan before they can ever move onto a title you have heard. Even then they don't make any game you've never heard of intriguing enough to check out. "Don't get me started on [blah]" is obnoxious. I gave this podcast a chance, hoping it wasn't just one episode or one month's of episodes. But there is no redemption. Can't take it any more. Wish I never heard of it by the end.