TOH Podcast 2 – Switch special with Kate Gray

Well, that first podcast went well. So well, in fact, that here’s another one for your beautiful earholes.

Episode 1 eventually pushed the Tired Old Hack podcast into the iTunes Top 10 Video Game Podcasts chart for a brief moment: given the relative small size of the site compared to other well-established publications (and the fact that at the time of writing it’s still up there at number 11) I’m delighted with that.

This second episode was recorded the day after I went hands-on with the Nintendo Switch for the first time, so naturally that makes it a Switch special.

To ensure it wasn’t just an hour and a half of my Scottish drawl, though, I enlisted the help of my awesome friend Kate Gray as my first ever* special podcast guest.

*(well, first ever guest who wasn’t made to be on it because they’re married to me)

This also makes the episode a sort of ONM special of sorts, because I was the Official Nintendo Magazine’s first ever staff writer and Kate was its last ever one. So in a way, ONM may be dead, but given we’re talking the Switch you can consider this a sort of return of the ONM Podcast in some form.

Sort of.

How to listen

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