Axe of the Blood God Podcast
USgamer's official RPG podcast! Kat Bailey explores WRPGs, JRPGs, MMORPGs, MOBAs, tabletop RPGs, and more.
From sewer levels to ridiculous weapons, we talk about the tropes we both love and hate to see in RPGs.
The Console RPG Quest takes on one of the most beloved consoles ever. Plus, Fire Emblem: Three Houses DLC discussion!
Which short RPGs do we recommend? What happened to Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot? Find out in this week's episode of our RPG podcast.
Plus, new Fire Emblem: Three Houses DLC!
We look back on a major turning point in Nintendo's history.
Cyberpunk, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, and a brand new generation of consoles highlights 2020 in RPGs.
We're back to talk about all the best games of 2019 in the final episode of the year!
Our list is the definitive list. Worship it. All attempts to deviate will be halted using fire.
Plus, some Breath of Fire 2 memories!
Dicebreaker's Sara Elsam joins the pod to talk about the state of D&D in 2019.
This week's Axe of the Blood God is a titillating mailbag episode. Kat and Nadia discuss Pokemon, more Saturn RPGs, and Bahamut Lagoon's unorthodox methods of dragon-rearing.
Kat, Nadia, and special guest Kallie Plagge go in-depth on Gen 8.
Kat, Hirun, and Eric get together to talk about everything that happens in Kojima's confounding new blockbuster.
Digital Foundry's John Linneman joins Kat and Nadia to talk about one of the most interesting consoles in history.
And we review the game too!
Kat and Nadia are joined by Mike and Caty to talk about Trails of Cold Steel 3, Disco Elysium, Little Town Hero, and more.
The Axe of the Blood God mailbag returns with conversation about what to play if you're new to RPGs, Final Fantasy 13, and more.
Axe of the Blood God dives into one of the stranger periods of gaming history.
Nadia and Eric go over the reasons why handhelds are perfect for RPGs and name some of their favorites.
From Pokemon to the Outer Worlds, Kat and Nadia talk about the big RPGs coming out this holiday season.
The Blood God drops listeners in a time warp back to 1994.
The USG RPG podcast is back!