Listened to a few of the mini-casts during the lockdown and these guys are a good laugh.
Some funny, topical video game conversations that are bound to raise your spirits at this time, or during a more "normal" time in history.
Dan and Nick make you feel like part of the friend group, and their podcast makes for an easy listen.
The Anchor hosting holds them back a little, with that weird drop in audio quality that seems to be common across any Anchor hosted podcast (what's up with that Anchor?)
But other than that, WTFamicom is a great listen for any gamer!
Truly a most bizarre experience. I wish I could review the podcast itself, but I'm not entirely sure if I listened to the whole thing. I started out listening to it, and I don't know how far I got because I must have blacked out. I came to in the parking lot of a Loves Truck Stop 1500 miles away from my home next to a pile blank Nintendo Switch carts labeled with red Sharpie, "Reggie's Feet," and a note taped to a brick that said, "Thanks for listening." I had to have my wife wire me my kid's college fund money so I could get back home since I didn't have any of my personal belongings. I didn't even make it home with the Reggie's Feet carts because the TSA thought they were illegal goods and confiscated them, so thanks for that. Anyway, I'm home now. I would truly recommend this podcast to anyone who claims to hates video games, podcasts, or video game podcasts, just don't be likes me though!