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PolyKill

By Jake and Travis

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Description

Do you have more games than time to play them? So do Jake and Travis! Join them as they journey through their back catalog of current and classic games, consider upcoming releases, and discuss newsworthy trends in their favorite hobby.

Customer Reviews

If you like gaming then this podcast is for you

I tend to listen to this podcast while I play games and I have to say it makes my gaming experience a lot better. The chemistry between these two is amazing. Do yourself a favor and listen to it.

LIke the idea and the flow

I really like the idea for this podcast. One of my biggest problems with gaming podcasts is that they only cover new games or a specific niche of podcast, but the guys on Polykill talk about all types of games from past and present. Really good work guys.

For Gamers Who Enjoy Both Old and New

I stumbled upon this podcast in January 2016 and have not gone back since. I really like the idea of tackling a backlog like it's a villainous dragon taunting you with the princess in guess which castle. Travis and Jake genuinely get along and have good banter with each other, so it's not one person dominating the conversation while another says "yeah". I also really enjoy listening to a mixture of both old and new gaming. The same podcast that talks about challenges with beating Castlevania (which I've tried but never done) will contain hilarious discussion about how to beat your Rocket League addiction (fortunately I never got hooked).

Give it a shot, if you like games across the spectrum of time, you'll enjoy it.

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