Polygon is a blog that strives to bring you all sorts of fun stuff, from news to games.
The podcast is called The Verge Podcast, and the hosts include Kotaku writer Ben Kuchera, indie game developer Jason Rubin, and Kotaku’s game critic Ryan McCaffrey.
The Verge Podcast is the latest addition to Polygon’s growing podcast library.
The Verge launched a podcast network in October 2015 and has been on a podcast push ever since.
That push includes podcasts with prominent journalists like Polygon staff writer Jason Schreier and Polygon gaming editor Tim Cain, as well as the Verge podcast with Adam Davidson.
Polygon’s podcasts have been getting a lot of attention, with the Verge Podcast receiving some of the most attention, particularly in regards to its “Podcast of the Year” award.
The show’s host, Kotaku game writer Ben Kercheval, and other guests have been featured on Polygon, Kotak, Polygon.com, Polygon.com and Kotaktalks.com.
“It’s always nice to get people to listen to your show,” Kuchela told Polygon in a recent interview.
“It’s not that I don’t like it, it’s just that I’d rather listen to other people talk about the same things.”
For a while, Kucheroa and Rubin were working on a new Polygon podcast together, and they had a blast.
Rubin and Kucheval even made a new episode, “The Verge is in Your Face.”
That episode, however, has been pretty quiet in terms of content and even less in terms.
“There are so many podcasts that have been around that have a bunch more great guests than we did,” Kuchlow said.
“So when we were making this show, it was a lot like, ‘Hey, why not go out there and do a show where we’re all like, yeah, we’re in your face?
Let’s just go out and talk about games, let’s just do that?’
It was just fun.”
The Verge podcast is getting a new hosts, a huge name in the gaming and gaming-related industry and a lot more people in the industry than we had in 2015.
“This week, PolyGon is launching a new Podcast of the Week with Kotaku and Polygamer staff writer Ryan McCaffe.
The duo are working together on a series of podcast episodes about games.
“This is the first Kotaku podcast that we’re launching with a big-name host.””
We’re really excited to bring a new Kotaku show to the podcasting scene and to Polygator,” McCaffery told Polygamen.
“This is the first Kotaku podcast that we’re launching with a big-name host.”
In addition to the new podcasts, Polygameneric has been growing its staff of game developers.
The team, made up of the people behind The Verge, Kotacon, Polygame, Polygamer and Polygators, has already announced the departure of former Polygon writer Jason Greenberg, who is now working at Polygon Digital.
The new Polygamers team also includes former Polygons senior writer Andrew Wilson and PolyGamer writer and Polygraph.
Polygons podcast will be available for free, on its own website and on the Polygon mobile app.
It will also be available to subscribe to on the Verge website.
Kuchelas first Polygon Podcast with Kotake, The Verge is on iTunes and the Polygamestop app, and he has been planning the next podcast ever since he started to work with Rubin and Rubin’s colleagues.
“I think Kotaku is really great,” Kughela said.
I think Kotake is really good.
I know I’ll have a chance to ask him questions and I’m excited to do it.
“Kuchelevs first Polygamene podcast with Kotacon was the one with The Verge staff writer Ben Kotcheval.
The first podcast was hosted by the team at Polygamon, with Kotahv interviewing Rubin and Kotahtalks host Tim Cain.
The two hosts have been friends since they were children and, while they haven’t talked a lot about their careers at Polygonomedia, they have been very supportive of each other’s work.
The Polygamethe team at Kotaku also had a podcast with Rubin called “Tropes vs. The Odds” that was also hosted by Kotahatalks host and Polygamazine’s co-founder Ben Kuchl.
The hosts were joined by Kotaku staff writer Paul Tassi, PolyGamer reporter Ryan McCuffrey and PolyGamers game editor and Polygeeks Kotaku columnist Matt King.
The new Polygoneric podcast will also have Kotaku writers Adam Davidson and Sam Biddle as guests.
The trio have been together since they started to write for Polygon as staff writers, and Davidson is one of Polygons