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Title: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Toshipaine on August 16, 2005, 11:12:14 pm
At one time I had like 30 gaming Podcasts and over the past weeks have been narrowing down the list. The following are on par with Steve's and I recommend you add them to augment you gameCast listening experience:

Broadcast Gamer http://www.broadcastgamer.com/
GameOn! http://www.dispatch.com/gameon
Gamer's Radiocast http://www.yankidank.com
Geek Speek Radio http://geekspeakradio.com/ (tends to detour into hardware, but they still have a good deal of gaming stuff)

If you use iTunes simply enter the name in search. Enjoy!
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Piloteer on August 22, 2005, 12:24:19 pm
I highly recomend MuggleCast to any Harry Potter fans out there! It's a great podcast that both talks about the series (right now the new book) and they talk a little bit about the movie too. It's really entertaining with all the theories and they really make you think about the books. Actually, I think its number 4 on iTunes right now.

But you cant compare it to Steve's, because they're about 2 different topics. I like them both just as much!

P.S. Dont listen to MuggleCast if you havent read book 6 and dont want to have any spoilers.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: lemurbouy on August 22, 2005, 04:56:13 pm
Lord Janos and I both mentioned http://www.Geekson.com but I thought I'd mention it again here.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Toshipaine on August 26, 2005, 01:26:06 am
Ummm... the original intention of my post was to point out complimentary GAMING *casts to Steve's. Not a Harry Potter cast or a Geek cast or whatever else cast. Like I said before I had 30 various gaming podcast subscriptions and the ones I posted represent the best of the best. Please don't post off-topic, non-gaming podcasts here.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: lemurbouy on August 26, 2005, 08:32:06 am
Hey now, I feel that the Geekson guys complement Steve just fine.  They discuss videogames, they went to E3, one of them Makes videogames.  Sure they don't talk about it all the time but that's why it's complementing and not just repeating.  I love hearing Steve and the Geeks talk about the same stuff but if they all talked about Bully and Hot Cofee and XBox 360 then I would get a little bored.  Luckily, I've got the Geeks to give me a wide blunderbuss burst of geekery and I have Steve to hone in on gaming.  They go hand in hand.  So I shall defend my post to the death but I shall allow you to challenge if you so desire. -leeman
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Lord Janos on August 26, 2005, 10:06:51 am
GeeksOn is great - the guys are a bit stupid on their forums and seem very immature, but their podcasts are very good.  Gaming gets boring, so it's nice to listen to something else like a film review or wacky piece of news as well as that.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Gaming Steve on August 26, 2005, 10:38:09 am
I too love those GeeksOns podcasts (listening to them all now). But I agree with you Lord Janus. Even I get bored of just gaming sometimes (shock!). Perhaps I'll mix it up a little bit in the future...

These geeks are pretty good, but I was appalled that they didn't know who StrongBad was. That was just sad.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Pir0 on August 28, 2005, 09:46:40 pm
Home Stawr Runnawr!?!?
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: DevilMachine on August 28, 2005, 10:20:32 pm
I listen to VideoGamesNewsRadio. Three guys who try to talk about gaming and movies, but often get sidetracked. Its pretty funny, I didnt like it mush at first, but its grown on me.
I also listen to a couple WoW podcasts, and the Dawn & Drew show, and TWiT.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Toshipaine on September 02, 2005, 11:26:54 pm
I just discovered Game Tech Talk (http://www.game-tech.com/GameTechTalk/), from last years Game Tech Summit for industry professionals. If you use iTunes type the name in the podcast search.

The two casts available are for Devs from SONY for God of War and then Jay Stelly for Half-Life 2. If you're into the design and programming of modern games you will like these podcasts. I highly recommend skipping God and War and go right to HL2. I was pretty disappointed with God of War; too much background noise and not very professional. By the time the guys got to the HL2, the cast quality improved dramatically. For close to 2 hours Jay discussions the inner workings of Valve and then goes into details on how they made HL2. There was a lot of industry nonmenclatures thrown around that made no sense to me but overall that it was great stuff!  :D
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Danzik on September 14, 2005, 03:26:42 am
Check this out
http://www.pcgamerpodcast.com/

They're having an interview with Sid Meier this week...
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Toshipaine on September 26, 2005, 07:01:09 pm
Finally! I found a high production valued podcast for PC gamers. Snackbar Games (http://www.snackbar-games.com/) (or iTunes podcast search for snackbar). Definitely another cast to add to your listening line-up. :D
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Rendition on October 09, 2005, 07:32:26 pm
Try my podcast, I have significant gaming coverage too.

http://www.firstadopter.com/fa/archives/cat_fa_podcast.html
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: blue on October 12, 2005, 12:09:17 am
the podcast (http://www.gamerandy.com/archives/podcasts/index.shtml) over at GamerAndy.com (http://www.gamerandy.com) is a decent one.  They do tend to get off topic though, and sometimes they get in fights between the hosts...

:) I think that ****s hilarious though, lol.

blue
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: mini.boss on October 13, 2005, 11:56:06 am
ive been a podcast listener since almost the begining. at first i thought these homebrewed wayne's world shows were the greatest thing on earth. a true showing of indie programming. but now that the market is more mainstream i'm realizng something very important. 99% of these shows are nothing more than an audio transcript of the loudest, most annoying message board fanboys and his two friends. If i want to hear biased system slamming then thats what the IGN boards are for.

It seems like these shows (not only video games) have all evolved to being less about the subject and more about their personal numbers, promotion for their websites and unfunny inside jokes with their buddies.  But during all the weak "Revolution controller is stupid" or "Xbox Sucks" soapbox speeches, quality shows like gamespot, pc gamer, major nelson have emerged with a more professional perspective and factual information.

So i think that there will be great shows like Gaming Steve that break out, but i also feel that the best of the shows will be the legitimate ones with actual corporate sponsorship. (of course, they'll ruin that pretty quick once they start taking advertising dollars.)
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Kiser on October 18, 2005, 06:12:30 am
Great thread!  I currently listen to Steve, TWiT, Major Nelson, DiggNation, Engadget and PC Gamer.  Looking forward to trying out the recommendations!

(these things are addictive)  ;D
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: mikeha on November 19, 2005, 09:05:51 pm
I also listen to Gamespot's podcast, The HotSpot. http://www.gamespot.com/podcast/podcast.xml

IMHO, there is no podcast that matches Steve's, but PC Gamer and Gamespot come close, IMHO.  I used to listen to the Yankidank guys, but quite frankly I found them to be amateurish and they often seemed to talk about uninteresting stuff.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Hirebrand on December 07, 2005, 05:27:57 pm
Gaming podcasts I have heard:

Gaming Steve: 4 stars -- of course! smart commentary and inside info
PC Gamer: 4 stars -- also some smart commentary
1UP.com TV Podcasts: 4 stars -- the newer espisodes are fun and I like the various editors
Gamers With Jobs Radio: 3 stars -- occasionally funny
1UP.com Radio Podcasts: 2 stars -- boring, just reading news
EQ2-Daily.com podcast: 2 stars -- not really interesting, just listen cause I love EQ2
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Sub on December 11, 2005, 10:57:31 am
I only listen to two podcasts:

Gaming Steve - http://www.gamingsteve.com/
PC Gamer - http://www.pcgamerpodcast.com/
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: ECUnlimited on December 12, 2005, 04:55:53 am
So far the only ones I listen to are Gaming Steve, Major Neslon (http://www.majornelson.com) and The Video Games Show (http://www.videogamesshow.com/)

Major Nelson is great if you are an Xbox or Xbox 360 fan, or both.  He always has great interviews and all the info you would need.  The Video Games Show is nice also.  It's usually only an hour so their gaming reviews get a bit short.  But the viewer mail and news is what I listen to it for.

I'll have to check out some of the ones you suggested.  MyMP3 player is going to end up turning into a podcast player instead of a music player.  I don't listen to music much on it anymore.  :(
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Rusty117 on December 12, 2005, 10:11:41 am
If you like Lost the TV show check out-
The Transmission
Jay and Jack
MYOKOMWithSAS(Make your own kind of music with Scott and steve)
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Pando on December 13, 2005, 09:01:11 pm
1UP has a podcast, it is nothing compared to Steve's and they are only 10-15 min. long, but they fill in the gaps waitings for Steve's podcasts.  ;D
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: MaGNuS_Z on January 04, 2006, 09:57:30 pm
Their video podcast (the 1up show) is much better than the audio version.

A nice video compliment to the Gaming Steve audio podcast. :)
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Pando on January 05, 2006, 08:43:30 am
I found some great podcasts done by G4 TV for all of you that have video iPods.http://www.g4tv.com/webexclusives/features/53051/G4_Podcast_Directory.htm This is where all the podcasts are.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Djfinny on January 05, 2006, 09:29:39 am
Up to now - I've only listen to two podcasts.  1.) Steve's (of course) and one that has not been mentioned yet....  probably because it's NOT a podcast (yet). I'm referring to RetroGame Radio.  It's monthly broadcast and it's going on it's 7th year (wow).    Shane R. Monroe - the host, does remind me of Steve a bit - very knowledgeable, insightful and entertaining.  I would say however, that Shane may be a bit "AM" (Anti-Microsoft) - in turn he may not always give Xbox or it's games a fair shake.  I can look past that and still do enjoy his shows. Go to www.retrogameradio.com download the mp3.file and listen to at your leisure.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: T-BirD on January 05, 2006, 05:52:14 pm
These are not directly podcasts....they are live shows with downloadable archives.

Epileptic Gaming at www.radioitg.com (http://www.radioitg.com) (Friday evenings....but very irregular lately.  Due back around end of January...probably...with video!)

.pxl at www.radioitg.com (http://www.radioitg.com) - one of the original Epileptic Gaming hosts split and did his own thing. Usually Thursdays.

The Bridger & Harlock Show at www.tsncentral.com (http://www.tsncentral.com) - TSN is the original home of Epileptic Gaming.  Comes on Saturday evenings.  I haven't seen archives for this show in a long time, unfortunately.

Both Radio iTG and The Team Sportscast Network (TSN) do game commentary for clan matchups, pro gaming, and sometimes just for fun.  The Epileptic Gaming forum is where I found out about Gaming Steve :)
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Sturek on January 17, 2006, 12:55:17 pm
I'm only listening to three Gaming PodCasts atm. I just don't have enough time to listen to more.
1. GamingSteve ;)
2. VideoGamesNewsRadio - Kinda funny, the casual hardcore gamers ;) Those three guys aren't really well informed, but they represent the mainstream gamer and I think it is interesting to hear about that.
3. http://www.4colorrebellion.com/ (http://4 color rebellion) - I'm kinda disappointed that nobody mentioned this PodCast, because imho, it's one of the best around. Up to par with Steve's. Yeah it's Nintendo-centric/only, but the comments are intelligent, the roundtable they have every week is funny, they are from all over the world (one segment is called Rebel in Japan, fantastic stuff) and they even have fantastic music. Highly recommended.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: skywalkerlives on January 17, 2006, 01:42:32 pm
after listening to those, i still think gaming steve is the best podcast  ;D
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: SurfMurph on January 18, 2006, 07:55:24 am
Maybe I missed it, but I haven't seen anyone mention ShortAttentionGamer, hosted by Todd and Matt. I think these guys are really funny and do a great tag-team blogcast. They are both married, Todd has kids, so they try to focus on games that don't take 1000 hours to finish.

http://www.shortattentiongamer.com
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: eXistenZ on January 19, 2006, 08:56:30 am
I only listen to two podcasts:

Gaming Steve - http://www.gamingsteve.com/
PC Gamer - http://www.pcgamerpodcast.com/

/signed
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: T-BirD on January 21, 2006, 03:27:37 pm
heh...I just decided to check out Broadcast Gamer.  On the January 10th 2006 show he recommends other podcasts, including Gaming Steve - which he describes as "too long...WAY too long!" but otherwise very good.

Funny...my first impressions of Broadcast Gamer is "too short...WAY too short!" but otherwise pretty decent  :D

Of course, I'm used to Epileptic Gaming's 3-hour live shows with call-ins.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Gaming Steve on January 21, 2006, 09:19:49 pm
Way too long eh? It's so strange, I listened to a week's worth of podcasts (other peoples) today and I was thinking to myself the whole time, "wow, these are good, but they are just so damn short!"

Someone tell me why a 30 minute good podcast is "better" than a 90 minute good podcast? All my favorite podcasts are at least 90 minutes or longer (in some cases, much much longer).
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: 762 on January 21, 2006, 09:23:54 pm
It might be because of the short attention spans of the digital age. If I were you, I would say something completely random every 5 minutes or so to keep us listening.

"You know what Microsoft's problem with the 360 overheating is? They aren't anointing enough goats. If they used Crisco to anoint more goats, all of this would be over and done with. Now on to Spore talk!"
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: LadyM on January 22, 2006, 06:01:05 am
Actually, the long podcasts are interesting. I enjoy when Steve goes into detail about things, he gives out alot of extra information about things that we may not of known about or how things work or why the don't work.  It's also not like the podcasts come out every day, its weekly or longer so by the time they come out again, your ready for more. A two hour podcast every two weeks is not bad at all.  Don't change a thing Steve.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: CableCarrier on January 22, 2006, 09:39:00 am
I'd like to recommend This Week in Tech (http://thisweekintech.com/), Chatterbox Video Game Radio (http://www.chatterboxgameshow.com/), Diggnation (http://revision3.com/diggnation), and, while not gaming or tech related, The Ricky Gervais Show (http://www.guardian.co.uk/rickygervais)

Also, all of these are available via iTunes.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Krakow Sam on January 22, 2006, 02:15:37 pm
Actually, the long podcasts are interesting. I enjoy when Steve goes into detail about things, he gives out alot of extra information about things that we may not of known about or how things work or why the don't work.  It's also not like the podcasts come out every day, its weekly or longer so by the time they come out again, your ready for more. A two hour podcast every two weeks is not bad at all.  Don't change a thing Steve.

I agree. I'm really liking the alternating long show/interview thing youve got going. The insider interviews are very cool.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: danddman on January 22, 2006, 05:46:02 pm
Wow no one metioned Dreamstation.cc

I listen to

-Gaming Steve
-Video Game News Radio- They don't have much "exclusive sneek peeks" but it is funny
-Dream Station.cc- It is nice because sometimes they have multiple people reviewing the same game


Plus I do my own podcast. The hosts are teenagers and I sound like a 3 year old. If you still want to listen after that go to www.gamingbuzz.blogspot.com
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Solis on January 22, 2006, 10:39:04 pm
These are not directly podcasts....they are live shows with downloadable archives.

Epileptic Gaming at www.radioitg.com (http://www.radioitg.com) (Friday evenings....but very irregular lately.  Due back around end of January...probably...with video!)

.pxl at www.radioitg.com (http://www.radioitg.com) - one of the original Epileptic Gaming hosts split and did his own thing. Usually Thursdays.

The Bridger & Harlock Show at www.tsncentral.com (http://www.tsncentral.com) - TSN is the original home of Epileptic Gaming.  Comes on Saturday evenings.  I haven't seen archives for this show in a long time, unfortunately.

Both Radio iTG and The Team Sportscast Network (TSN) do game commentary for clan matchups, pro gaming, and sometimes just for fun.  The Epileptic Gaming forum is where I found out about Gaming Steve :)

Couldn't agree more with T-Bird on Epileptic Gaming and pxl.  I also found my way here thanks to iTG (http://www.getitg.com).

Other podcasts/iPTV shows i listen/watch:

This Week in Tech (TWiT) (http://www.thisweekintech.com)

Security Now (http://www.twit.tv)

Inside The Net (http://www.twit.tv)

1up's Vidcast (http://www.1up.com)

All the Revision 3 (http://www.revision3.com) stuff:

DiggNation (http://www.diggnation.com)

Systm (http://www.systm.org)

InDigital (http://www.revision3.com/indigital)

Infected (http://www.revision3.com/infected)

the broken (http://www.thebroken.org)
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Danzik on January 27, 2006, 06:38:45 pm
I defiantly enjoy the longer podcasts.  I would have to say mostly I listen to your podcast for your thoughts on the news, not really the news it's self.  Basically the industry insider take on things us gamers read everyday.  This is what I think the longer format allows for.

I seriously hate it when a podcaster says something about running out of time.  Time?  Why?  My job requires I drive quite a bit and up until recently I listened to a lot of talk radio.  The worst parts of talk radio are the constant cutting to commercials and the shows running out when there are still things to be discussed.  Some days are big news days (Katrina, elections, E3, GDC); other days are not.  This has to be one of the best things about podcasting.  It's scalable. 

If you have more to say, say it.  When you're out of things to say, publish.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Gaming Steve on January 30, 2006, 07:27:15 pm
Also make sure to check out this review of gaming podcasts, it's really good:

http://virginworlds.com/index.php?/archives/71-Pod-is-the-new-Blog-A-complete-review-of-MMO-Gaming-Podcasts.html

They also have my podcast in there as well, here is the review:

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Commentary: Gaming Steve is billed as "a vortex of gaming knowledge." Is he ever. This man knows more about games, gaming, gamers, game companies, and game systems than anyone I've ever heard. Only the Will Wrights of the world could listen to Steve's podcasts and (perhaps) not gain enormous amounts of information and insight into the gaming universe. Gaming Steve's listeners have the opportunity to gain the perspective of a prolific, intelligent, and studied gamer. Gaming Steve covers EVERY kind of game on EVERY gaming system known to man. Everything from World of Warcraft to Need to Speed to Legend of Zelda is reviewed and discussed in depth. While details regarding Steve's background are scarce, he is an industry insider who has owned and operated his own gaming company and has served as a consultant in the game industry. He has many friends and contacts within the industry and seems to be very well respected. He schedules interviews with key personnel at major game studios on a regular basis and executes those interviews with grace. Steve's production skills are second to none. His professionalism is second to none. His knowledge is second to none. His podcast is second to none.
(5 / 5)

Do you think he likes it? ;)
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Vivec on January 30, 2006, 07:29:16 pm
They also have my podcast in there as well, here is the review:

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Commentary: Gaming Steve is billed as "a vortex of gaming knowledge." Is he ever. This man knows more about games, gaming, gamers, game companies, and game systems than anyone I've ever heard. Only the Will Wrights of the world could listen to Steve's podcasts and (perhaps) not gain enormous amounts of information and insight into the gaming universe. Gaming Steve's listeners have the opportunity to gain the perspective of a prolific, intelligent, and studied gamer. Gaming Steve covers EVERY kind of game on EVERY gaming system known to man. Everything from World of Warcraft to Need to Speed to Legend of Zelda is reviewed and discussed in depth. While details regarding Steve's background are scarce, he is an industry insider who has owned and operated his own gaming company and has served as a consultant in the game industry. He has many friends and contacts within the industry and seems to be very well respected. He schedules interviews with key personnel at major game studios on a regular basis and executes those interviews with grace. Steve's production skills are second to none. His professionalism is second to none. His knowledge is second to none. His podcast is second to none.
(5 / 5)

Do you think he likes it? ;)

You should just make up stuff for your next one, and see what they do.
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: LadyM on January 30, 2006, 07:30:11 pm
Wow, I think he likes it  :)
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Oviraptor on January 30, 2006, 07:32:11 pm
What? Only 5 out of 5? I would have made it more like 7.... ;)
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: DevilMachine on February 01, 2006, 11:34:19 am
Not sure if you read it or not, but they also mention Steve in the commentary for World of Warcast, which I also listen too:

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Commentary: World of Warcast stands out as the most complete podcast amidst its peers. Producer and host, Starman, takes his podcast rather seriously while still managing to enjoy the process. The sound and editing quality is superb and the show format is casual, yet precise and organized. In fact, precise and organized sums up Starman to a T. For anyone who listens to both Starman and Gaming Steve ... what would you give to hear them do a podcast together? If I discovered that these two guys were twin brothers, I wouldn't be surprised for a moment. Anyway, this is one of the few, if not the only, podcast on this list that utilizes the AAC format, which allows us to skip from section to section of the podcast as one would with a CD. MP3 podcasts do not have this capability. This sounds trivial, but you'll realize how great it is when you accidentally bump the iPod buttons when half-way through a three hour podcast that isn't in the AAC format. Fast forwarding through a couple hours to get back to your spot on the iPod isn't much fun. If you listen to podcasts on your PC, this is a non-issue. (Again, I would pay money to hear Gaming Steve and Starman debate this topic.) Starman's new co-host, Renata, is an absolute pleasure to listen to and she wields an impressive amount of knowledge about the classes as well as the instanced content. She is a tremendous addition to Starman's show. All in all, this is a first class podcast.


And I think it would be a great idea if Steve and Starman did a podcast together!
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Danzik on February 01, 2006, 08:45:16 pm
Quote
This man knows more about games, gaming, gamers, game companies, and game systems than anyone I've ever heard.
Ill second that
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: Sander Scamper on February 05, 2006, 03:07:49 pm
Thanks everyone for the suggestions.

I listen to a lot of podcasts:
Dreamstation.cc (I actually burn this one to a CD and listen to it on the way to school (I put it in the stereo and my dad and I enjoy it)
Gamertag Radio (Although I dislike the ghetto/rap aspect, they're usually informative and interesting)
Gaming Steve (No equal)
Geek Speak Radio
GeeksOn
PCGamer Podcast (if only PC Powerplay did a podcast, as an aussie, they're the ones I read...)
TWiT (Dvorak is a legend)
Xbox Live's Major Nelson (last week he interviewed the guy who coined the name "GamerTag"

I also highly recommend the Ricky Gervais podcast, which are all absolutely hilarious (I've seen Ricky in things like Extras and The Office, so I knew it would be).
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: mystory64 on February 06, 2006, 11:47:37 pm
I listen to GamingSteve and Retro Gaming Radio, Shanes been doing his online radio show for 8 years now, he's opinionated, but some of his shows can run up to 5 hours! I dig it alot, but it is for older gamers, so be warned :)
Title: Re: Podcasts to complement Steve's
Post by: XLNS on February 18, 2006, 12:54:33 pm
These are the shows I listen too (when waiting for a new Steve episode ofcourse),
probably been mentioned already bu what the heck:

http://www.thewidgetshow.com/
http://www.gamerswithjobs.com/
http://www.majornelson.com/
http://geekspeakradio.com/
http://www.poweruser.tv/index.aspx?c=1
http://www.ign.com/index/podcasts.html
http://www.pcgamerpodcast.com/