Tag: podcast

GamesBeat Decides 120: Fire Emblem or Marvel

The summer is still slow for news on the GamesBeat Decides podcast. But on this week’s episode, we’ve got plenty of coverage of the monthly NPD report. We also talk about a law firm’s potential class-action lawsuit against Nintendo and more. First, however, we dive into a lot of games. GamesBeat PC gaming editor Jeffrey […]

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GamesBeat Decides 119: 🎵Oh, Fire Emblem!🎵

The entire video gaming world still feels hungover from the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show in June. On this week’s episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast, however, we still have plenty to talk about. Co-hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti have played some games. Mike is reviewing Fire Emblem: Three Houses, and he can talk about his […]

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‘Extremes’ Is Our Podcast About People Who’ve Lived Through Wild Situations

This article originally appeared on VICE Australia. Extremes is a show about people who’ve lived through extraordinary situations. These are big stories with enormous stakes. There’s no pattern to the stories our guests tell: some are funny, others are sad. Some situations were accidents, others were created deliberately—but all provide a window into human behavior […]

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GamesBeat Decides 118: On behalf of the brand

We all mess up sometimes, and that’s why the GamesBeat Decides podcast is spending this week apologizing on behalf of the brand.  On this episode, hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti dive into some more Super Mario Maker 2 and Outer Wilds. The crew also discovers that Bloodstained isn’t that great on Switch, and Mike […]

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GamesBeat Decides 117: Elon Musk’s waifu

The Electronic Entertainment Expo industry event is never over in our hearts, and the fun can continue if you listen to the GamesBeat Decides podcast. You can do so right here: Or you can join us using these links: On this week’s episode, hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti talk about some of the games […]

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‘Cadence of Hyrule’ Remixes Classic Zelda Music with Roguelike Peril

With E3 2019 behind us, the crew at Waypoint Radio turn their attention to what really matters: The games we played going to and coming from E3 2019. We dig into Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the NecroDancer Ft. The Legend of Zelda, SteamWorld Quest, Slay the Spire, BattleTech: Urban Warfare and more! Plus, we […]

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Podcast: Meet the Schizophrenic Stunt Girl and YouTuber

Rachel Star Withers is a speaker, YouTuber, and lives with schizophrenia. She is also a professional stunt woman and tends to describe herself as a “schizo stunt girl.”     In this episode, Rachel tells us a little of her history with the disease and details how she first started in mental illness activism.  Originally […]

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The Underrated Terror of 2014’s Polarizing ‘Godzilla’

Rob may be back from vacation but he’s definitely not all there on this loopy Waypoints. Patrick has gone back to Gareth Edwards’ 2014 Godzilla and found an under appreciated gem whose perceived flaws may have resulted in an inferior sequel. Danielle can buy the giant monsters, but not the depiction of affordable family housing […]

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The weirdest thing we learned this week: werewolf tomatoes and overdosing on placebos with Wendy Zukerman

What’s the weirdest thing you learned this week? Well, whatever it is, we promise you’ll have an even weirder answer if you listen to PopSci’s hit podcast. The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week hits iTunes, Anchor, and everywhere else you listen to podcasts every Wednesday morning. It’s your new favorite source for the strangest […]

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is like ‘Indiana Jones X Schindler’s List’

After a lengthy break, the GamesBeat Decides boys are back in town. On this week’s episode, GamesBeat reviews editor and co-host Mike Minotti recaps all the Randy Pitchford news for fellow host Jeff Grubb. The crew also talks about some of the games that Mike played at E3 judges week. That includes Call of Duty: […]

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Who Decided to Release All These Good Good Games Before E3?

As time marches inexorably on, the seasons change, and so we must change with them. In the spirit of growth that the summer brings, we are joined by Joel Fowler, Waypoint’s former publisher, on his final day at VICE, to say good bye and talk about how awesome Bitterblack Isle from Dragon’s Dogma is. Austin’s […]

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Steve Harvey Reportedly Abandoned His Talk Show Staff, Not Returning Calls or Emails. Perhaps He Was Sleep?

Steve Harvey announces his new business venture SteveHarveyDeals.com on February 02, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. Photo: Cindy Ord (Getty Images for SteveHarveyDeals) Wake up! We got some more Steve Harvey news. The 62-year-old zoot suit enthusiast has had a hell of a past few weeks, having not only lost his daytime talk show but his […]

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Mike Tyson Reportedly Put the Paws on The Game’s Manager for Insinuating That Tupac Was Bisexual

Photo: Getty Images (Lintao Zhang) Although I am an adventurous person who enjoys life, I have compiled a running list of things I have permanently banned myself from doing. Included in the things I have no interest in trying are: Crack cocaine Going to a Taylor Swift concert This disrespectful-to-the-ancestors macaroni and cheese recipe. Altocalciphilia […]

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