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The Electric Cybercast II: Online

By David & Davis

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Hey. We're David and Davis. Two buddies in Chicago and Chattanooga with a few states (and a giant pile of games) between us. This podcast is us declaring war on our ridiculously long backlog of things we've always wanted to check out. We trade off picking games, spend two weeks playing them, then convene to talk about what we thought. Usually we stay on topic.Follow us on the Twitters @CybercastOnline. Sometimes we tweet about games.

Customer Reviews


TEC2O features David and Davis (or double d's, as I think of them) playing through their video game bucket list. Which means they're exploring old games, new games, obscure games, and well-known games. Basically anything they haven't gotten around to playing yet. It's a wide range, but it's not the kind of stuff that's being talked about to death by every other game reviewer and his sister.

Each episode starts with a robot intro before the guys get into it, backed by unobtrusive, beep-boopy musical accompaniment. D & D sometimes get on some fun tangents, but their perspective on the games are unique and funny. The podcast could be longer, but it's pretty easily digestible, unlike most video game podcasts which tend to be long winded and meandering.

The Definitive Review of The Electric Cybercast II Online

Don’t let the joke-y name fool you. This podcast is sort of a Radiolab meets 1-UP audio odyssey in which Davis and David explore games they either never played, forgot to play, or maybe ignored upon their initial release. Each episode is relatively short and never wears out its welcome, and each well produced and includes funny snippets of game audio interspersed throughout its duration. Top it off with David’s NPR-ready voice and Davis’ calm demeanor, and you get a podcast about video games that is both enjoyable to listen to as well as insightful.

Feels like talking games with friends

A great balance of talking big picture topics spring boarding from the games discussed as well as more direct "was the game fun". Not stuffy or formal. Funny, and for some reason david is obsessed with high school, so look forward to those jokes, ha. Keep it going!

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