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Polygon's Quality Control

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Senior reporter Charlie Hall and guides editor Dave Tach host in-depth conversations each week about the latest games, movies, comics, and gear reviewed and recommended by the Polygon team. Produced by Polygon and the Vox Media Podcast Network.

Customer Reviews

Pretentious non-gamers?

I used to be a fan of this podcast, but in the last few episodes (as of Nov 18), I find myself increasingly frustrated when listening to the host and guest(s) discussing a game they do not seem to have researched. Often talking about a game and claiming a certain feature doesn’t exist (when it does) or complaining why something is the way it is when there have been articles that have already explained the reason.

This just feels like two pretentious non gamers frequently down on the games they discuss, unless it’s an indie darling.

Also, an increasingly negative podcast. Try and lighten up and find the good in games, jeez.

Grear surprise

I searched fortnite into the search bar clicked on the first one and it was a great surprise to hear Justin’s voice because I have been listening to the adventure zone from start to finish (I’m currently in the middle of suffering game) after listening to mbmbam. This is just another great podcast with him.

It's about ethics in games journalism

Game reviewers - what a bunch of con-artists. Driving around in their Lamborghinis, bought by AAA studios and backhanders from popular suppliers of chips and soda.

Well not anymore! Justin McElroy lifts the lid, parts the kimono and sometimes goes completely transparent in his interrogation of the illusive and secretive world of saying whether a game is good or not.

A perfect podcast.


Polygon's Quality Control was reviewed based on the 65 episodes available at the time of writing that this reviewer has only listened to 10 of.

Polygon's Quality Control
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  • Category: Video Games
  • Language: English

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