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Kotaku Splitscreen

By Kotaku

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Kotaku's Kirk Hamilton and Jason Schreier talk about all things gaming and maybe more.

Customer Reviews


Don’t want to be too harsh and this may be an unfair complaint, but both hosts have a tendency to talk with a really annoying and repetitious style that is basically just - “um, like…I feel like, like, uh kinda like, I feel like…” and it goes on and on.

The info is good and they seem to be enjoying themselves so keep on trucking but I’m tapping out. There’s only so much “I feel like”s that I can handle.

Great discussions, unique perspective.

Been reading kotaku for a long time, and their new gaming podcast does not disappoint. Jason and Kirk offer insightful discussions about the games industry from the unique perspective of the games journalist.

The hosts can be a bit dry, but the conversations about games are still entertaining and enlightening, especially for those who are interested in the inner workings of the games industry.

Meh its okay

The info is good. But the hosts sound and act like hipsters which is a big turn-off.

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