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IGN Entertainment Podcasts

By IGN.com

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Description

Collection of podcasts covering entertainment including movies, TV, comics, tech, gadgets and video games

Customer Reviews

Hit and Miss

The good ones are great, the bad ones are really bad. I really enjoy all the IGN podcasts, but digigods is pretty stupid--it feels so detatched from everything else and the two guys aren't fun to listen to. The Stars podcast is horrible though, Phil Perrello sounds like a dweeby tool.

4 outta 5 ain't bad!

I love ALMOST all IGN’s entertaining, yet informative, podcasts. Keepin’ it Reel and Channel Surfing are fun and surprisingly informative as the hosts have a pretty good grasp on what's going on in the film and TV industries. I like them, but my girlfriend who works in the industry loves them! I, being the comic book geek I am, enjoy Comics SMASH the most. While I don't have the exact same taste in comics as them, I definitely appreciate their informed opinions. They also give said opinions without the typical comic book guy type snobbery of being “too cool.” An attitude that is omnipresent in Digigods. I’m not a fan of two people talking over each other to tell unfunny jokes about how everything created after 1985 is lame. If Comics SMASH had its own channel like Channel Surfing, Keepin’ it Reel, and Tech Fetish, I would subscribe to those four separately and never again be reminded of the abysmal Digigods during my weekly deletion of it.

Lots of good podcasts

I'm a fan of IGN and the podcasts tend to be pretty darn funny. The hosts all have good relationships with each other and keep things moving while covering TV, movies, tech, and more. I'm glad these are all gathered together in one stream. Thanks, guys!

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