Arrggh! A Video Game Podcast from The Waffling Taylors

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John Krikorian (of the Trek Profiles podcast) returned to talk about EverQuest and how he got into playing it. We discuss the game, some key strats for playing it, and the community which has grown around the game since it first came out (back in 1999)

Show Notes

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We sat with John Krikorian (of the Trek Profiles podcast) to talk about going back to the videogames and media that we have previously loved, and his wonderful story about returning to EverQuest. I also have a mini-rant about BBC America's adaptation of The Watch - we recorded this episode on August 15th, 2020, so some of the information I go into my be outdated by now.

This episode is so chocked full of stuff, that I would recommend you check out the full show notes for this episode, as we've added a whole bunch of extra information there. And if you haven't played the game yet, you really should. It's out for practically all formats.

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What is Arrggh! A Video Game Podcast from The Waffling Taylors?

A fun and silly discussion about video games (both retro and contemporary), video game movies, and pretty much anything related to video games. It is hosted by brothers Jay and Squidge (who may or may not be a cartoon wolf), and featuring the best guests around - including some real video game development legends.
Whether it's an in-depth discussion about video games, films surrounding video games, or light-hearted nonsense and tangents, this may be the pod for you.