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No-budget, enthusiastic discussions of video games. In every episode, the crew at Volcano Bakemeat Radio take an in-depth look at a gaming topic or genre.

Latest Episodes

Live Episode: Communities in Gaming

EWhat are gaming communities and what separates the fun from the toxic?

--2017 MAR 27
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Live Episode: Communities in Gaming

Limited Thinking

EIn this episode, Volcano Bakemeat Radio look at the games that used their limited resources to think outside the box, (and the games that maybe should have have had a few more limits). We also try to imagine how you could make a character-focused RPG with one voice actor and decry a major missed opportunity … Continue reading Limited Thinking

--2017 FEB 23
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Limited Thinking

Bonus: Sequels and Limits

EA cool and interesting clip that didn't quite make it into the show, but is still worth listening to. And inspired a future episode. Note: This clip hasn't gone through audio edits, so this is basically the raw sound from the mic to your ears, so be ready for any pain that might cause.

--2017 FEB 13
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Bonus: Sequels and Limits

Have We Met Before? Exploring Replayability in Video Games

EIn this episode, we discuss replayability in video games. We go into what makes a game replayable, why replayability is important to gamers, the various a game can structure its replayability factor, and more!

--2017 FEB 4
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Have We Met Before? Exploring Replayability in Video Games

VB Appetizer: Voice Acting in Video Games

EIn this Appetizer mini-episode, Connor, Grant, and Paige are joined by Neil Phelps -- an independent filmmaker and actor -- to discuss the ins and outs of voice acting in video games. What makes for good voice acting, what voice acting has done for the industry, how voice acting can change a game, and examples of some games that got voice acting right/wrong all come into the conversation during this mini-episode.

--2017 JAN 22
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VB Appetizer: Voice Acting in Video Games

Shooting Zombies to Destress: The Healing Power of Games

EWe explore the benefits games can have in day to day life, what actual literal therapeutic benefits they might have, and why Left 4 Dead can be an essential part of working retail. NOTE: We swear pretty freely on the podcast, but in this episode, Jessica uses a word for genitalia that some people see as more offensive. Be aware that that's in there.

--2016 NOV 10
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Shooting Zombies to Destress: The Healing Power of Games

VB Appetizer: Fast Casual Gaming

EIn our first appetizer mini-episode, Volcano Bakemeat's crew discuss casual gaming. Grant and Jessica talk about the time a frat's constant soundtrack contributed to their Robot Unicorn Attack war, Paige admits a shameful love for a terrible gaming genre, and we all try to unpack the stigma associated with casual gaming.

--2016 OCT 16
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VB Appetizer: Fast Casual Gaming

Are You Sure We Played The Same Game?

EThe topic of choice in video games is absolutely huge, so in this episode we (attempt) to limit our discussion to one aspect: Even having a choice in the first place. We debate the pros and cons of letting a player choose anything and then ask the pretentious existential question if you can actually choose anything in the first place (...in video games).

--2016 SEP 26
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Are You Sure We Played The Same Game?

Just Give it Arkham Combat: Making a Great Adaptation

EWe talk about how to make a good adaptation, why people assume game adaptations will be bad and why Jessica gets to say butthole at work.

--2016 SEP 6
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Just Give it Arkham Combat: Making a Great Adaptation

Silly Rabbit, Games Are For Kids

EVolcano Bakemeat Radio discusses games that were made for kids, but we still love playing. We talk about what parts of those games keep us coming back, how to create games that don't talk down to their audience and how to be a respectful adult player in a kid's space. Also which kid's game is still haunting Paige's nightmares.

--2016 AUG 22
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Silly Rabbit, Games Are For Kids

Latest Episodes

Live Episode: Communities in Gaming

EWhat are gaming communities and what separates the fun from the toxic?

--2017 MAR 27
Comments
Live Episode: Communities in Gaming

Limited Thinking

EIn this episode, Volcano Bakemeat Radio look at the games that used their limited resources to think outside the box, (and the games that maybe should have have had a few more limits). We also try to imagine how you could make a character-focused RPG with one voice actor and decry a major missed opportunity … Continue reading Limited Thinking

--2017 FEB 23
Comments
Limited Thinking

Bonus: Sequels and Limits

EA cool and interesting clip that didn't quite make it into the show, but is still worth listening to. And inspired a future episode. Note: This clip hasn't gone through audio edits, so this is basically the raw sound from the mic to your ears, so be ready for any pain that might cause.

--2017 FEB 13
Comments
Bonus: Sequels and Limits

Have We Met Before? Exploring Replayability in Video Games

EIn this episode, we discuss replayability in video games. We go into what makes a game replayable, why replayability is important to gamers, the various a game can structure its replayability factor, and more!

--2017 FEB 4
Comments
Have We Met Before? Exploring Replayability in Video Games

VB Appetizer: Voice Acting in Video Games

EIn this Appetizer mini-episode, Connor, Grant, and Paige are joined by Neil Phelps -- an independent filmmaker and actor -- to discuss the ins and outs of voice acting in video games. What makes for good voice acting, what voice acting has done for the industry, how voice acting can change a game, and examples of some games that got voice acting right/wrong all come into the conversation during this mini-episode.

--2017 JAN 22
Comments
VB Appetizer: Voice Acting in Video Games

Shooting Zombies to Destress: The Healing Power of Games

EWe explore the benefits games can have in day to day life, what actual literal therapeutic benefits they might have, and why Left 4 Dead can be an essential part of working retail. NOTE: We swear pretty freely on the podcast, but in this episode, Jessica uses a word for genitalia that some people see as more offensive. Be aware that that's in there.

--2016 NOV 10
Comments
Shooting Zombies to Destress: The Healing Power of Games

VB Appetizer: Fast Casual Gaming

EIn our first appetizer mini-episode, Volcano Bakemeat's crew discuss casual gaming. Grant and Jessica talk about the time a frat's constant soundtrack contributed to their Robot Unicorn Attack war, Paige admits a shameful love for a terrible gaming genre, and we all try to unpack the stigma associated with casual gaming.

--2016 OCT 16
Comments
VB Appetizer: Fast Casual Gaming

Are You Sure We Played The Same Game?

EThe topic of choice in video games is absolutely huge, so in this episode we (attempt) to limit our discussion to one aspect: Even having a choice in the first place. We debate the pros and cons of letting a player choose anything and then ask the pretentious existential question if you can actually choose anything in the first place (...in video games).

--2016 SEP 26
Comments
Are You Sure We Played The Same Game?

Just Give it Arkham Combat: Making a Great Adaptation

EWe talk about how to make a good adaptation, why people assume game adaptations will be bad and why Jessica gets to say butthole at work.

--2016 SEP 6
Comments
Just Give it Arkham Combat: Making a Great Adaptation

Silly Rabbit, Games Are For Kids

EVolcano Bakemeat Radio discusses games that were made for kids, but we still love playing. We talk about what parts of those games keep us coming back, how to create games that don't talk down to their audience and how to be a respectful adult player in a kid's space. Also which kid's game is still haunting Paige's nightmares.

--2016 AUG 22
Comments
Silly Rabbit, Games Are For Kids
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