One of the coolest aspects of gaming is creating a community through meeting and chatting with other gamers. But if you don’t have any gamers in your neighborhood or are simply looking for new gaming perspectives, there are tons of podcasts out there on the internet to help you feel like you have a community of friends right next door. We couldn’t list them all the first time around, so here are a few more podcasts to check out for a variety of different gamers.
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A podcast about, you guessed it, Dungeons & Dragons (DnD), Drunks & Dragons is funny and educational. The hilarious bunch of hosts has engaging and intellectual conversations on a broad spectrum of topics while playing Dungeons & Dragons. Never understood DnD? Want to start but not sure what to do? Check out the Drunks & Dragons podcast to learn a lot, laugh a lot, and maybe actually look forward to that long commute in the mornings!
Hosted by TotalBiscuit, Dodger, and Jesse Cox, The Co-Optional Podcast has over 100 episodes for you to catch up on–so go get started! Whether you’re looking for thoughts on video gaming, on-point guests, or just funny conversation, give The Co-Optional Podcast a shot. It just might be your new favorite podcast. Subscribe to the audio versions on iTunes or check out video versions on YouTube.
One of the highest-rated and quality video game podcasts online, Gamers With Jobs: Conference Call Podcast is a must. Weekly episodes discuss the latest in games, industry news, and reviews, all with a down-to-earth and entertaining spin. Whether you’re interested in mostly reviews or just want to feel like you’re chatting with your buds, you’ll find over 400 fantastic episodes of Gamers With Jobs: Conference Call Podcast to enjoy!
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Hosts Joe, Grant, Matthew, Skid, and Troy podcast as they embark on an Actual Play of Paizo’s Giantslayer Adventure Path. With over 40 episodes so far, this tabletop RPG podcast is not only entertaining but also perfect for anyone looking to get into gaming. It’ll sound like so much fun, you’ll want to know what they hype is about. So whether you’re an expert or a newbie, jump in and check out one of the best table top podcasts out there.
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Most of the podcasts on the list feature Americans, but The Rolistes podcast brings a unique perspective to tabletop RPG podcasts. Discussing life in London and general geeky topics, in addition to gaming, The Rolistes podcast is your introduction to British gaming events and culture. Whether you want to hear about James Bond’s place in roleplaying games or just get a handle on the U.K. gaming scene, this is the podcast for you! Plus, the accents are fun and nice to listen to.
Hit up iTunes and subscribe to these podcasts. You just might learn about a type of gaming you weren’t aware of or even just scared to give a shot. Basically, what have you got to lose?
What gaming podcasts are you listening to? Let us know in the comments!
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