Hello there! I’m glad you found this page. As you’re here then, you may as well watch the trailer for the Traxion Podcast above.
By doing so, you won’t learn much about racing video games, esports or simulators, but you will get an insight into the minds of three racing-mad individuals. Each week we shall discuss a chosen topic about racing video games, or should there be some big breaking news, we’ll talk about that too.
Circuit racing, rallying, motorcycles and kart-racers, we’ll cover it all at some point. From early-access indie titles to big AAA releases, if you’re interested in vehicles of some sort, this is the podcast for you. Hopefully.
If we haven’t scared you away by now, you can subscribe to the Traxion YouTube Channel or to the podcast services below to be notified when the first of our weekly podcast series will be available. Or, simply open your favourite podcast app and search ‘Traxion Podcast’. Easy.
The Traxion Podcast Trailer, full transcript
John Munro: Hello everybody and welcome to the traction podcast. Coming soon, this will be a weekly podcast about racing video games, hosted by myself. Justin Anton recent games have played a big role in all of our lives to this point. And if you’re listening to this, then I’m sure it’s the same for you too. What we aim to do is bring together racing game fans from all genres, whether that be casual, arcade, racers, retro gamers, or even hardcore SIM racers, we are pretty much open to any topics from celebrating the best games of a certain era to ranking a franchise. And of course, trying to settle the big recent game debates once and for all
Justin Sutton: From excite bike to F1 2021 and almost everything in between. We’ve played a lot of racing games in our day. And quite frankly, we don’t plan on stopping anytime soon, whether on wheel or controller or a keyboard, it doesn’t matter. We’re going to have a blast while racing against the clock, the AI or other human beings, two doors or four open wheels, ovals road courses. We love it all. And we love talking about it even more.
Tom Harrison-Lord: As a group of fellow racing game nerds. We each have our own unique preferences, but that’s okay. We’re not always going to agree. Join us on our journey through this expensive genre and who knows. Sometimes we might even do something that’s mildly entertaining.
John Munro: So with all that in mind, keep listening for more coming very soon. Subscribe via your favourite podcast service or on YouTube to be the first to hear episode one, don’t forget to join us on social media @tractiongg and visit traction.gg for daily racing game updates as ever keep it pedant and we’ll see you on the other side.