DC, Ryan, and Seppy chat about what we’ve been up to lately in the world of gaming, talk about End of the Line, Tragedy Looper, and Tiny Epic Galaxies as our featured games this episode, and finish things off with a discussion about creating game ideas versus what it takes to execute those ideas and create a finished product.
DC, Ryan, and Tony chat about our recent gaming exploits, talk about Zombicide and Carcassonne the City as our featured games this episode, and then chat about free downloadable rules for board games, card games, and miniatures games.
DC, Ryan, and Reese chat about recent gaming, talk about King of Tokyo and Gruff (the tactical card game of mutated monster goats) as our featured games this episode, and then chat about franchise reboots in movies and gaming.
DC, Jess, and Ryan chat about what they’ve been up to lately in the world of gaming and then… well… keep talking about games for a while. It’s a good old fashioned game chat. We’ll be back next episode with a topic about game development or gaming trends. Be sure to let us know what topics you’d be interested in hearing about most.
DC, Ryan, and Jess chat about some general gaming topics before launching into a discussion of a new type of games we call… multi-games! Are these unnatural amalgamations of gaming here to stay or simply a fad? Listen to our thoughts in the podcast, and let us know what you think!
DC, Ryan, and Jess chat about some general gaming topics before launching into a discussion of collectible gaming in the past, present, and future. Are physical collectible games a dying breed, or is something just around the bend that will revitalize this key segment of the gaming market?