Dive into the nonsensical rantings of the Trigames.NET staff as they discuss games, the game industry, game journalism, and alcohol.
Ep. 247: Trigames.NET Podcast - Big-Haired Link
Austin and Al get together to podcast about GAMES DE VIDEO AND STUFF. In person. Echoes. Audio Quality. And so on. (You can find today's podcast page at http://www.trigames.net/articles.php?content_id=0)
Ep. 246: Trigames.NET Podcast - Bravely Defunct
Oh look. We did a podcast. If you gave a hoot about what we played over the last 4 months, you'll get that, but then we go. To. Town. On Bravely Default. Spoilers. (You can find today's podcast page at http://www.trigames.net/)
Episode 245: Twenty Fourteen?
Wait, how did we get from July 2013 to January 2014? ... ...by not podcasting for almost half a year.
Episode 244: Beef Jerky Time
Austin chews on beef jerky while explaining how ho-hum New Super Mario U tends to be. Also, Al blows his nose at some point. Familiar!
Episode 243: Is This An Episode?
It's been too long! So Austin checks in.
Episode 242: Showing The Dragon
A discussion about Nintendo and Android game console news randomly turns into Austin exasperated with the Big N's onlin incompetencies again, while Al's child surfaces for 3 seconds to say hello. (You can find today's podcast page at http://www.trigames.net/articles.php?content_id=944)
Video games and humor...what's not to love?
If you're looking for a great video game podcast, look no further. The trigames podcasts keep a perfect balance between some crazy laugh out loud moments and interesting video game topics. One problem that I see though is that the podcasts are pretty long. I'm perfectly fine with listening to these guys for an hour plus, and kind of prefer it, but some may not have the time. Nevertheless, interesting video game talk and the comedic genius of these guys fill up that time well. Be warned though: your stomach may hurt a little after listening due to constant laughter.
A superb podcast that is both informative in the gaming industry and humorous at the same time.
Austin, Al, Ethan and Tony makes a hilarious bunch who all have superb knowledge in the world of videogames. The podcast is just plain funny to listen too but the reason why this podcast in particular is better than say your average videogame podcast is that they actually know what they are talking about. The entire cast has great knowledge in the gaming industry and in general the Trigames.net podcast is definitely worth your time if you have any minor interest in the videogame industry or if you're looking for some laughs this podcast again pulls it off.
OMG its TEH PODCATS
Trigames.net-podcasts are not only hilarious, but at the same time they are a damn good video game podcast in general. I reccommend you hear it.