121 episodes

A weekly video game podcast for the nerd-inclined! Join Andrea Rene, Brittney Brombacher and Kristine Steimer as they analyze the week's video game news, give hands-on impressions of upcoming titles, discuss your questions, and have a little bit of "off topic" conversation. Also, what's a gaming podcast without some alcohol from time to time?

What's Good Games: A Video Game Podcast What's Good Games

    • Games & Hobbies
    • 4.6, 837 Ratings

A weekly video game podcast for the nerd-inclined! Join Andrea Rene, Brittney Brombacher and Kristine Steimer as they analyze the week's video game news, give hands-on impressions of upcoming titles, discuss your questions, and have a little bit of "off topic" conversation. Also, what's a gaming podcast without some alcohol from time to time?

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
837 Ratings

837 Ratings

myyrhnn9 ,

Really enjoy the Podcast!!

Love the podcast, It is very refreshing to see video game reviews done in a serious, entertaining, and informative fashion. UP THE IRONS!!

13random ,

SJWs

Was into the podcast till the IGN interviews on COD MW reimagined. If you girls want to be offended sjws than why not protest on actual WAR. Those scenes are going on in real life FYI. Don't be part of the problem. Leave video games out of it. There's a reason it's rated "M" for mature not "M" for mommy I want the new COD. You girls seemed cool till that interview.

FEARECTION ,

Heavily Biased

While I usually enjoy the team behind this podcast, I find myself rolling my eyes far too frequently. The cast will talk about things going on in the gaming discourse, for example: The recent surge of epic game store exclusives, and not seek to understand why fans are upset about exclusivity deals. (Let’s talk about how epic doesn’t have a good form of securing your account, how they have poor practices in place for issuing refunds, etc.).

Honestly, it sounds as though this crew is BOUGHT by big companies that give these guys free codes for games and the like, (Some members of the cast even have family members/significant others in the industry). While they do announce disclaimers, they are rarely critical of games, and it just feels disingenuous overall. It feels as though they tiptoe around any real criticisms of games for fear they will offend someone they are “friendly” with.

Listening to this podcast feels akin to listening to paid-for advertisements for games that companies give codes for knowing these ladies will talk them up. This is unfortunate, as the female voice in this industry is very much needed and this pod does not fill the void.

Top Podcasts In Games & Hobbies

Listeners Also Subscribed To