Video Game Generations
About This Show
This is a family-friendly video game podcast hosted by Mike & Addie, a daddy/daughter gaming duo. Each week, we talk about the video games we play, the games we're looking forward to, and whatever else seems to fit.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 119: How To Survive a Zombie Apocalypse
6 days ago
You won't want to miss this week's top ten list. Addie reads through these ten great tips for surviving a zombie apocalypse, courtesy of my friend Justin on Facebook. Some day, you'll thank us! IFComp 2016 coverage continues this week, in a pre-recorded review segment that starts around the 37:25 mark. We also have a few mini-reviews for other entries from listener Nikhil, which I read during our email segment a bit earlier, at around 33:38. Other email includes game updates from our listeners, plus two new questions of the week. First, has there ever been a game or game series that you've played back-to-back for the purpose of getting ready for the release of the latest game in the series? Two, what's your favorite death sequence or death quote in a video game? Write in and let us know! In an increasingly rare on-topic moment for Addie, she talks about an educational quiz game called Kahoot! It's her Mobile Game of the Week, but apparently it can also be played online. Then in a second pre-recorded segment, I have a short review of Gears of War 4 (Xbox One), which is a great start to a new Gears trilogy. Oh, and with Halloween just around the corner, we once again plug our own Halloween-themed interactive fiction, Hallowmoor and A Trick-or-Treat Adventure, which you'll find linked below the show notes for this episode, at our website. Have feedback? Write to us at email@example.com Find links and show notes at http://www.vggpodcast.com
Rated 5 out of
I love this podcast
Mike and Addie are a great team. I listen to them every week, each of them give their views on the videogames that they play and other fun stuff.
Date published: 2015-03-24
Rated 5 out of
This show has a very personal vibe to it. It is immensely likeable, with a very dedicated, if not so large community. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2016-10-17