Ex-Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aimé has announced a brand new podcast called 'Talking Games with Reggie and Harold'. Hosted alongside award-winning author/journalist Harold Goldberg, the podcast is helping to raise money for the New York Videogame Critics Circle nonprofit's mentoring work in the time of COVID-19.

The seven-part podcast will start to air in mid-May, with those who donate to the cause getting access to extra content and being given the chance to ask Reggie questions for the show. There are other perks, too, which are explained on the podcast's Go Fund Me page.

Speaking of which, here's what the page tells us about the podcast:

We are raising funds for a new initiative to bring games and games writing courses to high school students in homeless shelters in New York City. While everyone has been hard hit by this terrible COVID-19 virus in some way, the hardest hit, underserved communities in the Bronx need our help. And no community has been hit harder than students in homeless shelters, who live in complex situations in the best of times and are having trouble even connecting to a WiFi hotspot right now. These are our communities in need. These are the communities we want to help.

One of the first guests set to appear on the podcast is none other than The Game Awards producer, Geoff Keighley.

[source charity.gofundme.com, via vg247.com]