Most gaming podcasts do the same thing these days: they round up the latest news and discuss the major releases of the week. While this is fine, our love for games shouldn’t be tied to a specific release schedule. You love one game more than any other, no matter if you are a serious fan or casual player. We’ll be focusing on our favourite franchises and exploring how they have changed over time. Also, we will examine the reasons they made a lasting impact on the industry.
Video Gameography podcast is serialized. We’ll be exploring a different franchise each season and explaining why it is important. We’ll be looking at one game from each series in every episode. This will include a discussion about the lore and production history as well as the impact it had on the people who played it.
There are many great franchises in the industry that we plan to cover, including Halo, Grand Theft auto, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 4, Halo 5, Halo 6, Halo 7, Halo 8, Halo 9, Halo 5, Halo, Halo, Halo 2, Halo, Halo, Halo, Halo, Halo, Halo, Doom and The Legend of Zelda. Our first season focuses on Nintendo’s iconic Metroid franchise. The Game Boy’s limitations made Samus’ famous shoulder design possible. Did you know that Samus was named in honor of Pele, the legendary Football/Soccer player? Metroid Fusion is one of the few games in the series where you can complete the game with a zero percent item collection.
Join Ben Reeves and Marcus Stewart as they discuss your favorite gaming franchises. Every Saturday, new episodes will drop starting in October 16. It’s going be an exciting ride.
For more Game Informer podcasts, be sure to check out the GI Show, which covers weekly news and all the details on the big game releases, and All Things Nintendo with host Brian Shea which deep dives into Nintendo’s library of games every week.