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Axe of the Blood God: USgamer's Official RPG Podcast

By USgamer

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USgamer's official RPG podcast! Kat Bailey and a rotating cast of guests explore JRPGs, WRPGs, MMORPGs, MOBAs, and everything else the roleplaying genre has to offer.

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Like, huh?

It's, like, where someone needs a hero and the hero needs equipment and experience and possibly *puff-puff* interludes with dancing, singing bunny girls and crystals are draining energy and dragons were once our overlords and dwarves are mighty smelters and a thousand side quests drive one crazy and the real world bows to the game's demands and one soils themselves invalid.

The beginning of something great

I was a fan of Active Time Babble, Roleplayers Realm, and the 1-up RPG podcasts. The main draw was host Kat Bailey, who would assemble a motley crew to discuss everything RPGs. I've been waiting some time for a new RPG podcast from Kat and I couldn't be more excited. Take a chance with a new/old favorite.

An Introspective RPG Podcast

Kat Bailey and Jeremy Parish are among the best people in the industry writing about videogames. So what do you get when you get them on a show talking about their favorite genre? Mostly a lot of interesting topics to debate, talk about obscure JRPGs that no one in the industry likes to talk about, and some discussions about the history and the evolution of the RPG and its place in the future of games.

Really, the show is perfect if you're a fan of their writing which goes further than the usual mechanics and technological breakdown that plagues most videogame. They go further than that. They actually analyze the intentions behind these things we call videogames trying to find some, if any, meaning in them.

If you're not afraid to embrace your inner existentialist, listen to Axe of the Bloodgod.

Axe of the Blood God: USgamer's Official RPG Podcast
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