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Best Gba podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Gba podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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GBA podcast is a chance to go behind the scenes with their GB athletes and other professionals to discuss about health and being active in the community. It will discuss various subjects such as what its like being an athlete to how to stay motivated and healthy.
 
Welcome to 1UP's new weekly show on the latest and greatest from the world of gaming. Each week, the editors of 1UP cover new titles and discuss the latest topics in gaming - all the while giving you a behind the scenes look at the on goings at the offices of 1UP, Electronic Gaming Monthly, Computer Gaming World, and the Official. U.S. PlayStation Magazine. It's like videogame TV, but on the web. And delivered with a special 1UP panache. Stay tuned each Friday for new episodes!
 
A weekly podcast: Join Dave Pickering on his journey to get better acquainted with the people he knows. Part interview show, part oral history project and part autobiography through conversation. British Podcast Award 2017 winner (bronze in Best Interview category) GBA was nominated for a 2012 Radio Production Award, aired for 3 seasons on Resonance 104.4 FM and was featured on BBC Radio 4's In Pod We Trust, BBC Radio 5 Live’s Helen and Olly's Required Listening and has been recommended by T ...
 
1UP Radio is the leading voice of the videogame community. Powered by the editors and personalities of the 1UP Network, the 1UP Radio podcast family covers the games industry from every possible angle. Start your week with the humor and insight of EGM Live* and GFW Radio, and continue on with the accessible, yet knowledgable Legendary Thread, Sports Anamoly and Retronauts. Then start your weekend right with 1UP Yours, the definitive videogame talk show. With multiple new episodes hitting eve ...
 
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Though at times mostly random, our show revolves around the Gaming industry and it's rapid evolution. We discuss all types of games - including the ones you don't want your parents to know about! Our main concern is to get you the information you want to hear in an environment that is enjoyable and fun. We are AGGROGAMER.COM'S official podcast and we want to know what you think. Don't be afraid to call in or make requests. We want to hear from you guys! This is your podcast.
 
Broken Pixel's is a whenever-we-feel-like-making-it show staring 1UP Network editors Crispin Boyer and Shane Bettenhausen plus TV's Seanbaby (along with other people, sometimes). They play games that are usually really bad, like incredibly so bad that they kind of become good again, but not totally. Jokes are made, swears are sworn, easily offended people are profoundly offended, and then they leave angry comments, below!
 
Welcome to WAGJ, We Are Gaming Junkies, aural nurishment for hardcore gamers from the mouths of two brits. From Old School to Next Generation, from Animal Crossing to Zelda, we'll give you all the gaming info, news, reviews and thoughts about everyday gaming.This page has Series 1 of the WAGJ, to listen to Series 2 and the upcoming series 3, go to www.wagj.co.uk for more podcasts
 
When our video department makes something cool that isn't an actual 1UP Show, we call it good, and we call it a 1UP Specials. Special. Well, it may be one video, but it's still a 1UP Specials. We're working out the kinks, clearly, but whatever, this is a good podcast and you should subscribe! From interviews with interesting game developers to an 8-bit music concert, you never quite know what you're going to get -- but it'll be worth watching.
 
Dylan Ratigan is a former news anchor and commentator for CNBC and MSNBC, and former executive at Bloomberg News. Dylan Ratigan is a world-renowned business leader and author of a best-selling book on concrete solutions for increasing investments, jobs, and opportunities in America. In 2012, Dylan invested his life savings and founded a company that designs modern farming kits to assist military veterans in operating small farms.
 
Want more for your IPod battery?Bored of the really crap game reviews?Tired of the same old "wham-bam-thankyou-mam" gaming pocasts?Then welcome my friends you have struck audio gold! VG-Stop wont bore you with the details, as we offer what matters the most to you gamers. Reviews and gaming banter which is the latest fresh off the press and all relevant to you!Stay tuned my white headphoned friend, you are in for something very special... *drums fingers*
 
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"An Existential Crisis" Troytle is having a whole heck of a time dealing with his anxiety in the face of just *gestures wildly* all of this, so he decided to have a nice relaxing chat while playing some Zelda. It didn't work. Track my current Nuzlocke progress at tiny.cc/powernuzlocke Social Media: Follow the show on twitter at @TPPTPPTPwTP or foll…
 
This week on NintenDomain, Animal Crossing is out on switch and Jess stops by to talk about it with Jereme, Trey, and Jon! Support the show at: www.nintendomainpodcast.com Music: Animal Crossing: New Horizons: Title Theme K.K. Metal K.K. House (Club Version) Surfin' KK Mr Blue Sky Now Playing: Trey: Ring Fit Adventure Dragon Quest Builders 2 Luigi'…
 
As the COVID-19 situation is drastically escalating in the US, the world’s largest economy is in free fall. The US government has employed both fiscal and monetary policy tools in unprecedented ways to save the economy. AmCham’s Margaret Loo spoke with David Wessel, Director of the Hutchins Center at Brookings on the economic impact of COVID-19.…
 
General content note for the series: death, dementia, old age, mental health issuesA document is a piece of evidence; a record; a proof of something. By this definition, we are all living documents, documents that may or may not be lost to history. What parts of us are recorded? What parts of us are seen?We record our lives and the lives of others,…
 
Following on from Gotcha!, LJN continues plying the same furrow with two more games based on film properties, developed by Atlus. (Or at least someone pretending to be Atlus, anyway.) Two out of LJN's three 1987 releases are pretty decent, if a bit thin in terms of content, and really only The Karate Kid hints at the kind of crap the company would …
 
This week on NintenDomain, the whole crew is back to talk about the Indie World Showcase, This Strange realm of Mine, Saboteur I and II, and of course the Corona Virus. Support the show in the time of the Apocalypse at: www.patreon.com/nintendomainpodcast Music: Blue Fire Saboteur II: Main Theme Super Monkey Ball: Bowling Theme Corona Talk: 1:36 Ga…
 
Hey everyone! I hope you're all staying safe out there, and hopefully you have time to listen to a big ol' podcast, because this is a long one! We welcome Bill from Nintendo Switchcraft and many other shows to the podcast to talk about the games we've been playing and other things! We start off with a discussion of E3 2020 being cancelled and what …
 
Data East (finally) serves up a pretty solid game in the form of Irem's Kid Niki: Radical Ninja, but the real story here is Gotcha!: The Sport. Not only is it the debut release from one of the NES's most questionable publishers, it also very much represents a specific moment in popular and political culture. Gotcha! was based on a movie and a toy l…
 
While the NES was an improvement over previous console generations in most respects, not everything that showed up on Nintendo's system was a clear winner versus what had come before. Case in point, Super Pitfall: An update of sorts to Pitfall! II, except far, far worse. It's an ambitious reworking of an Atari 2600 classic, but "ambition" doesn't n…
 
After an amazing summer and autumn for 1987, the NES is well into its year-end doldrums. Don't worry, we've got some bangers (as the kids say) lined up for the grand finale a few episodes from now, but for the moment it's all tepid, dated games that pale in comparison to superior takes on these genres that have been showing up of late. But please d…
 
Hey folks! This week the long wait for a full Nintendo Direct continues, but at least we know more about Animal Crossing. We kick things off with a jam packed what we've been playing, in which Bally talks about Ori & The Blind Forest & Vitamin Connection as well as dropping a surprise on Nbz live on air. Nbz meanwhile has played plenty of games inc…
 
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