Official podcasts of Mash Those Buttons. Listeners should be aware that these podcasts can be explicit. The only thing that gets bleeped are spoilers.
2020 is right around the corner, so as this decade wraps up we decided to take a look back over the past 10 years and list our favorite games! 201X will take a year by year look at games and rank the the top 10. There are bound to be a few surprises with our lock-in system that allows a host one game per year that definitely makes the top 10. Join Jaa, Christina, and Mikey as they break down their picks for the top games of each year.
Double Tap is Mash Those Button’s weekly podcast dedicated to fighting games and the fighting game community. In each episode we discuss news, recent and upcoming events, and on-goings in the FGC.
Dropping Spicy aims to look deeper into the development process and life cycle of Apex Legends, compared to other titles in the Battle Royale genre, with special emphasis on dissecting business decisions, patch and balance changes, and our own take on the development roadmap based on our experience with the gaming industry that you won't find in other Apex podcasts. Pepper that with bits of low level strategy, and a focus on community feedback and content, and you've got an Apex Legends podcast unlike any other currently on the web.
Prepare to Attack is a podcast that aims to help you learn more about Overwatch and it's characters. In this show, we bring in a Top 500/Grand Master coach from Wawa's Bootcamp to go over each character in detail. Their weapons, their abilities, and how to put it all together to use each character effectively. Theme Song: "Sounds Like Overwatch" - Have Luck Good Fun
Push the Point is an Overwatch League podcast focused on discussing the events surrounding the league, its players, storylines, and marquee matchups. We aim to provide an engaging and conversational dialogue about the league and its topics, with the desire to encourage a positive outlook of the league and the game itself within the Overwatch and Overwatch League community.
SITREP Radio is Mash Those Button's weekly podcast dedicated to The Division 2 and it's community. Each week we discuss the current state of the game, upcoming events and patches, community issues, and more.
The Mashcast returns! Each episode Jarret, Nick, and Christina will explore a trending topic or two that affects games, gamers, and the industry.
The Tauren & the Goblin is Mash Those Button's podcast that focuses on the story and lore of the World of Warcraft. Each episode, hosts Nick and Katie discuss topics ranging from recent in-game events to Azeroth's titanic history, usually with the added perspective of playing Tauren and Goblin characters, respectively. New episodes are released every other Tuesday.
Watchpoint Radio is Mash Those Buttons weekly podcast dedicated to Overwatch and its community. Join us as we talk news, gameplay, strategy, events, and what’s going on in the community.
A light-hearted Final Fantasy XIV podcast focused on community. Come join us for all your FFXIV quality of life needs and listen to us pronounce every city and NPC name horribly wrong!
WoW! Talk! is Mash Those Button's bi-weekly podcast about World of Warcraft. Expect to hear news, rumors, and just the general on goings in the WoW world.
These shows are no longer in production, but you can find an archive of their episodes here.
2011 - 2016
The Mashcast was Mash Those Buttons first podcast. It covered general gaming news which includes industry news, changes and shake-ups in various communities, events, and game releases. We got some interviews in there as well. Special editions were recorded for topics that warranted their own hour or so to discuss.
2015 - 2017
In Orbit was Mash Those Button’s weekly podcast dedicated to Destiny and its community. In each episode, we discussed recent news, upcoming events, community issues, and talk about our personal Destiny experiences.
2011 - 2012
The goal of the Versus Series was to take two similar games (or two like gaming items) and compare them and determine which was better. The series had a short run of seven episodes.
That Gaming Life aimed to be a topic based podcast to fill the gap between the Mashcast (mainly news) and WoW! Talk (focused on WoW). The show only lasted 3 episodes because we decided the podcast provided the same function as special edition Mashcasts. We didn't even have time to get a logo made up for it.
Game Club was created after we dropped the "What have you been playing" portion of the Mashcast in an attempt to get the show under an hour. Game Club had just one episodes because we decided to add the segment back into the Mashcast, but only on the last episode of each month.