Axe of the Blood God Podcast
USgamer's official RPG podcast! Kat Bailey explores WRPGs, JRPGs, MMORPGs, MOBAs, tabletop RPGs, and more.
Kat, Nadia, and special guest Kallie Plagge go in-depth on Gen 8.
Digital Foundry's John Linneman joins Kat and Nadia to talk about one of the most interesting consoles in history.
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!
The Console RPG Quest continues! Plus, our thoughts on Grandia HD and Witcher 3 on Switch!
With Fire Emblem: Three Houses now out, Axe of the Blood God takes a closer look at what makes good RPG romances.
Kat and Nadia explores the noble RPG history of the Game Boy on its 30th anniversary.
Kat is joined by GameSpot's Kallie Plagge and Gamesbeat's Mike Minotti to dig deep into Three Houses.
And Final Fantasy 14: Shadowbringers too!
Kat and Nadia finally have some new RPGs to play. Here's what they think of Fire Emblem: Three Houses and Dragon Quest Builders 2!
Mega Man X be like, "This 'RPG hero' thing can't be too hard, right? ...Oh no."
Only '90s kids remember mass shootings at an amusement park being used as a throwaway story device. Also: Chatter about Slay the Spire, Bloodstained, and a big apology for screwing up the TurboGrafx-16 Console Quest.
Kat and Nadia examines the RPG legacy of the PC Engine, Kat has an update on her Final Fantasy 7 playthrough, and Nadia talks about Bloodstained.
Kat goes temporarily insane, Final Fantasy 7 Remake is Game of the Show, and more.
Nadia and Kat react to all the biggest RPG news for E3 2019!
From Final Fantasy 7 Remake to Cyberpunk 2077, RPG fans have a lot to look forward to at this years show.
Axe of the Blood God examines Sega's 8-bit history while also discussing Final Fantasy 7 and Trails of Cold Steel.