Mini-Review: Pulp Gamer: Out of Character

Pulp Gamer was one of the first podcasts I listened to on a regular basis. Out of Character remains a standard on my listening queue. Since I’ve been home and spending lots of time with my toddler, I appreciate Pulp Gamer: Out of Character even more. It’s a slick production with great hosts and family friendly language.

outofcharacter.jpgPros: Excellent production values, engaging and dynamic hosts, great chemistry among the hosts, professional manner, family friendly language, extensive experience with a wide variety of games.

Cons: Long periods of discussion regarding card or board games which does not interest me. That’s about it.

Pulp Gamer: Out of Character is by far one of the most professional and enjoyable gaming podcasts available.

Fraser’s Rating: 4.75 out of 5 (if I liked card and board games, it’d be a 5)

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One Response to Mini-Review: Pulp Gamer: Out of Character

  1. Don Dehm says:

    Thanks for the review! I am interested in getting more feedback from you. We may be making some slight modifications to the show very soon and that feedback would help.

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