Mage Cast

MAGE CAST
/noun/
A thoughtful ensemble podcast hosted by the Well-Red Mage and a rotating roster of guests casting their magical insights on video games, one title at a time.

“Shall we accompany our automobile trip with a session of MAGE CAST?”

 

MAGE CAST can be found:

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INDEX

 

Podcastery: a list of my recommended podcasts

GAMING

  • The Unlikely Herocast
    The Unlikely Herocast is the latest audio podcast associated with the site, CounterAttack Games.”
  • The MoeGamer Podcast
    “Recent happenings in gaming with a focus on JP/retro, commentary on what we’ve been playing lately (not necessarily new stuff!) and rounded off with a topic-based discussion.”
  • XLXE Podcast
    “A podcast series about #Atari #8bit computers and other shenanigans.”
  • Retro Game Brews Podcast
    “Retro game collector, beer lover, voice over artist, author  as The Beer Mage & podcaster.”
  • “A Podcast That Looks At Board Games, Video Games, and Those Things That Got a Little Bit of Both”

  • GamerHeads
  • “The podcast about the other side of board games”

MOVIES

  • It’s A Classic
    “Jess grew up on classic movies. Kayla did not. Jess is fixing that problem in this movie review podcast.”
  • Sequelcast 2
    “We talk about movies in a franchise one flick at a time.”

NERD CULTURE

  • Opinioneering
    “Podcast of 3 lifelong friends, taking on nerd culture each week.”
  • The All-Star Comics Podcast
    “Weekly podcast featuring comic book and graphic novel reviews, previews and news. Powered by Horizon Comics.”
  • The Darkrast Podcast
    “On the Darkrast Podcast, Jake Stewart is joined by various guests with the goal of having a good conversation. From video games and the internet, to relationships and maturation, each episode aims to get a little personal.”
  • Eh! Steve!
    “Eh! Steve! features myself and my real life meatspace friend Steve discussing video games and film.”