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World of Warcast: A World of Warcraft Podcast

By Michael Gaines and Eric Rice

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Description

Since 2005, World Of Warcast has been bringing listeners some of the best information about World Of Warcraft. Every week we talk about the most important topics, and some not so important ones.

Customer Reviews

Consistently excellent walkthroughs

There are two heavyweights (IMO) in the World of Warcraft podcast arena. One is Taverncast, and the other is World of Warcast. WoWcast is the intellectual ying to Taverncast's uproarious yang. This is hardcore Warcraft information, presented in a well-spoken, clearly produced format that leaves little stone unturned. The two hosts, Starman and Renata cover all sorts of topics, and feed so much information to the listener that you want to go get a pen and a pad. To make things even better, WoWcast and TC seem to be podcast associates and there are frequent crossovers - leaving you with a full meal and a dessert everytime. Check this one out.

Whiners

whine, whine, whine, whine, whine If you want to hear 2 people complain about everything in the game for an hour just to get 1 minute of useful info, this podcast is for you. Otherwise, skip it. I started listening awhile back, and since I'm still downloading and listening, there must have been something I liked about it. A couple of episodes ago I realized that all Starman does is complain and whine, and cut off Renata all the time. She occasionally has useful comments or constructive criticism, but those few nuggets are drowned out by Starman. Whatever I started listening for is gone, it's just a rant session these days. O - if you didnt want people finding you in the game, you should never have used your main characters' name. Duh.

Bleeding Ears

The show was better in the earlier episodes. Now it has degenerated into whimsical speculation and discussion on personal gameplay experiences. That, and the differentiation between Starman's acceptable volume with Renata's EAR-SPLITTING LAUGHTER directly into the microphone makes for a painful experience at times. A little normalization goes a long way.

World of Warcast: A World of Warcraft Podcast
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  • Category: Video Games
  • Language: English

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