Axe of the Blood God
USgamer's official RPG podcast features Kat Bailey and Nadia Oxford as they explore WRPGs, JRPGs, MMORPGs, tabletop RPGs, and all the best in the wonderful world of roleplaying games.
Branching Narratives With Jeff Green
Branching Narratives is a weekly podcast in which host Jeff Green interviews the most interesting people across the games industry.
The World Ends With You, Dragon Quest 9, and other RPGs helped carry Japanese gaming through a difficult period.
We wrap our series of interviews with gaming's greatest with pioneering developer Brenda Romero.
A busy week for RPG news.
Plus, the one thing you don't know about Sid Meier.
GameXplain's Andre Seger joins the show to help render judgment on the latest game in the Paper Mario series.
Animal Talking host Gary Whitta talks about writing about games before the internet, penning a Star Wars movie, and more.
Kat, Nadia, and Hirun talk CrossCode, Paper Mario: The Origami King review impressions, and more.
The founder of the podcast Spawn on Me talks about the long fight to get more Black voices in the games industry, and much more.
The Console RPG Quest looks back on the console that brought PC RPGs to the living room.
Celebrating Diablo 2's 20th anniversary, why Pokemon Diamond and Pearl don't need a remake, and more.
Bethesda's Vice President of Global Marketing talks about how Morrowind kept Bethesda in business, the initial Fallout deal, and much more.
The latest entry in the Console RPG Quest circles back to a cult handheld. Plus, recapping a busy week in RPG news.
The second episode of our new podcast chronicles indie developer Samantha Kalman's journey into the games industry.
Waypoint Radio and Friends at the Table host Austin Walker shares his journey through the games industry.
We're launching a brand new podcast at USG!
From Shinra to "Augs Lives Matter," the highs and lows of social commentary in RPGs.
Senior Editor Caty McCarthy joins the show to discuss her review and deliver her final verdict on the big remaster.
From Golden Sun to Fire Emblem, the GBA was a brilliant handheld console for RPG fans.
Our RPG podcast recaps some of the big news events of the past week, and shares initial Xenoblade Chronicles impressions.
From Alpha Protocol to Resonance of Fate, these were the RPGs that never got a proper opportunity to shine.
Nintendo's little purple cube had some pretty good RPGs.
Kat and Nadia review Trials of Mana, which brings them to a much bigger question.