Gameological In Stereo
By John Teti
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Gameological In Stereo is the podcast of The Gameological Society, an online magazine about games and a partner site of The A.V. Club.
||ExplicitGameological In Stereo: Episode 13: Podcast Rescue Saga||Evan Narcisse does the scrimps and scramps, Bonney Teti reviews Pet Rescue Saga, and Ellie Gibson introduces her toddler-indoctrination program.||9/3/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGameological In Stereo: Episode 12: Reading The Tea Leaves||Evan Narcisse looks ahead to the Xbox 7000, Bonney Teti reviews Lie Swatter, and Ellie Gibson berates John for poor iPhone game etiquette||5/10/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGameological In Stereo: Episode 11: The Generation Gap||Evan Narcisse joins John to read the PS4 tea leaves, and Ellie Gibson debates the merits of the new Tomb Raider.||3/11/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGameological In Stereo: Episode 10: The Rated-R Edition||Evan Narcisse does the headlines with Teti, Mrs. Teti reviews the Pawn Stars game on Facebook, and Ellie Gibson offers advice for new writers.||2/8/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGameological In Stereo: Episode 9: The Two Refrigerators Theory||Scott Jones shares his "two refrigerators" theory of excessive game design, Bonney Teti return with another Facebook review, and Ellie Gibson bickers with John about Letterpress.||11/21/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||Gameological In Stereo: Episode 8: Sense Of Wonder||We try to pin down that ineffable feeling of new-video-game awe. Plus: Teti’s mom returns with another Facebook game review.||9/5/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGameological In Stereo: Episode 7: Beat The Interns II||A new chance to test your mettle against the Gameological interns. Plus: Ellie Gibson accosts an Olympic athlete, sort of!||8/10/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGameological In Stereo: Episode 6: You Don’t Know Olympic Fever||Mrs. Teti returns to review the Facebook version of You Don’t Know Jack, and Ellie Gibson uses four-letter words to describe the London Olympics.||7/20/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGameological In Stereo: Episode 5: Beat The Interns||Are you smarter than a Gameological intern?||7/6/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGameological At E3: The Eurogameological E3 Podcast: Day 3||John Carmack's virtual-reality contraption, Turbo Hitler, and more.||6/6/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGameological At E3: The Eurogameological E3 Podcast: Day 2||The E3 2012 broadcasts continue with a Nintendo postmortem, a brush with celebrity, and more.||6/5/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGameological At E3: The Eurogameological E3 Podcast: Day 1||In a joint Eurogamer-Gameological podcast, we dissect the strangeness that kicked off E3 2012.||6/4/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanGameological In Stereo: Episode 4: Your Cheating Heart||A rule-bending episode explores cheating in its many guises.||5/25/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanGameological In Stereo: Episode 3: And So We Begin||We discuss first acts, and Teti's mom makes a special guest appearance.||5/11/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGameological In Stereo: Episode 2: All’s Well That Ends Well||The urban design of video game cities, and what makes a good game ending?||4/27/12||Free||View In iTunes|
||ExplicitGameological In Stereo: Episode 1: First Moments Of Mastery||Mastering a game can make the world feel a little less daunting. And you never forget your first.||4/13/12||Free||View In iTunes|
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It's a great podcast that looks a games (of all kinds, not just video games) beyond just the technical aspects. John Teti and his contributors don't get caught up in the usual industry hype of the latest titles. Plus Teti has a sense of humor and enough charisma that I could probably listen to him describe paint drying without getting bored.
Gameological as a site is great, and everyone that has appeared on this podcast has been a joy to listen to.
Gameological is Great!
The podcast is definitely worth a listen. Mom's reviews of Facebook games reminds me of the days when Letterman's mom would come on his show, except Teti's Mom is funnier and more adorable.
Can't wait for the next ep!