the Gaming Trend Podcast

Explode your earholes with the awesomeness of our weekly podcast, where Ron Burke & Mike Dunn talk about what they’re playing, the week’s releases, and a whole lot more!

Gaming Trend’s E3 2015 predictions podcast

by 1 day ago

    E3 is coming up, and the Gaming Trend staff is pretty stoked to attend the press conferences and check out some new games. As such, Eric Van Allen, Kenneth Shepard, …

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    Gaming Trend Podcast: Wars about Star Wars

    by 3 days ago

      Well, we finally did it. We finally pried Travis from the third chair in order to have someone else on the podcast. Eric and Kenneth are joined by Spencer Campbell …

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      Gaming Trend Podcast: Finish Him!

      by 2 weeks ago

        Call Hyperion’s HR department, because it’s time for another episode of the Gaming Trend Reboot Podcast. Eric and Kenneth are once again joined by Travis “He who refuses to leave” …

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        Gaming Trend Podcast: Re-re-re-remaster

        by 2 weeks ago

          This week's Gaming Trend Reboot Podcast has all you've probably come to expect from the first two episodes: Technical issues? Check. Kenneth's weekly Borderlands update? Check. Travis' refusal to get …

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          Gaming Trend Podcast: Amiibo-induced despair

          by 3 weeks ago

            On the second episode of the GT Reboot podcast, Kenneth and Eric are once against joined by Travis as he attempts to refute claims that he can’t show up for …

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            Gaming Trend Podcast: Back From the Dead

            by 1 month ago

              We here at Gaming Trend have decided to complicate our plethora of podcasts a little bit more by rebooting our dormant Gaming Trend Podcast. Loyal listeners of the Metatheory Podcast …

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              Metatheory Podcast Ep. 18 – a veteran designer talks about working on Doom and more recently Call of Cthulu

              by 1 month ago

                When the game designer who worked on the original Doom, Quake, Civilization, Age of Empires, and more recently, the Call of Cthulu board game, says he's interested in joining your …

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                Metatheory Podcast Ep. 17 – Niko barely survives PAX East, the implications of delays, and the importance of legs day

                by 2 months ago

                  The Gaming Trend crew assembles in large numbers this week - host Sean Lama is joined by Niko DelValle, Eric Van Allen, Kenneth Shepard, and Justin Pauls in the Metatheory …

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                  Metatheory Podcast Ep. 16 – Disney, Helldivers, and GDC in one conversation

                  by 2 months ago

                    This week's episode of the Metatheory podcast includes Sean Lama, Justin Pauls, Eric Van Allen, and Kenneth Shepard as they discuss the viability of VR, which was the focus of …

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                    Metatheory Podcast Ep. 16 – streaming live tonight at 7PM PST [Show has ended]

                    by 2 months ago

                      We're trying something new this week here on the Metatheory Podcast... and it's kind of exciting! For the first time since the show's debut, we're going to stream an episode …

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                      Metatheory Podcast Ep. 15 – Psyonix kicks it with us to talk about Rocket League

                      by 2 months ago

                        This week we invited the Psyonix team to the show to talk about their upcoming Twisted Metal meets FIFA soccer style game, Rocket League. Besides going in-depth on Rocket League, …

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                        Spoilercast: The Order: 1886

                        by 2 months ago

                        The Order: 1886 has been stirring up some controversy since even before its launch. Reports that the game was clocking in at around 5 hours of play time were the beginning of …

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