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.
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Episode 142: It's Another Episode
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Even though it's still March, I think Addie considers this our April 1st episode. Rather than spoil anything, I'll just leave it at that. After news and new releases, an email from Pawel gives us a chance to talk briefly about Addie's role as co-host. Nothing is decided, and she's here for now, but the time may come when it's just me and Heath, as Addie's priorities change with school, friends, and various other activities and interests. The same email also gives me a chance to disagree with him about Horizon: Zero Dawn. I have a brief update on Blaster Master Zero (Switch) and opening thoughts on Mass Effect: Andromeda (PS4). In my pre-recorded segment, I review Nier: Automata (PS4). After that, Addie has a short game review of her own. Then, in a new quiz, I challenge her to name the exclusive gaming platform (Xbox, Playstation, Nintendo) associated with each of sixteen iconic game characters. Bonus points are awarded if she can name a game featuring that character. Listeners can play along too. Steam game codes given away this week are Time Mysteries: Inheritance Remastered and Broken Sword 1: Director's Cut. As always, the first person to fill in the blanks using simple show-related clues (the answers to which can be found at our website) gets one or both of these free games. The ending music this week is the amusement park theme from Nier: Automata.
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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