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Cane and Rinse

By Cane and Rinse

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The Cane and Rinse podcast is a weekly show made by a collective of passionate videogaming enthusiasts aimed at like-minded listeners. Our ambition is to provide in-depth discussion with help from knowledgeable, articulate guests from the gaming community, the world of games development and beyond.

Customer Reviews

Greatly informational & Fun

Great podcast, if you just want to listen to other gamers' opinions and feelings about certain games, and game series this podcast is for you. It's a great mixture of gaming news as well gamer experiences. You guys rock thanks very much for the free entertainment. I'm gonna keep listening!!!

If Robert Smith were a video game podcaster

I like to think of The Cure, as the best music of my youth. This podcast delves deep into another part of my youth, video games. If Robert Smith was a video game podcaster, I'd like to think his show would be as good as this one. Thanks guys, for bringing back one of the best parts of my youth, talking about great video games. I wonder if Ratso can play pictures of you on guitar?

Great podcast...and BTW, there WILL be spoilers

This show started up last Fall and I've been listening since its inception. It's hard to explain why, especially since most weeks they discuss games I've never come close to starting, but I listen anyway. This might have to do with the foundation laid by Leon and Tony, who are quite adept at keeping the discussions both well-paced and informative. The other reason may well be the fact their rotating stable (for lack of a better word) of co-hosts ensures, with rare exception, that the entire panel is well-versed in each week's game. Which is good, given that the games discussed are usually so old that most of their secrets are already well-known.

Bottom line: if you're looking for a show that busies itself with chasing the next new thing, then by all means keep looking. At Cane and Rinse, they will review no game before its time.

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  • Category: Video Games
  • Language: English

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