When I posted my initial preview list of games releasing at Gen Con this year – I commented about being overwhelmed by the number of titles I was interested in. As such, despite a number of companies without any games announced for the list, I wrote my preview anyway. There certainly wasn’t … Continue reading
The Board Game Geek Gen Con Preview recently went up. I’ve brought it upon myself in years past to sift through this preview and give what I think are the highlights for those making their way to Indianapolis. When I’ve done this before, I’ve tried to give some time for the BGG list to fully … Continue reading
It’s post Gen Con life for many of us, so this episode’s title explains it all. I get jealous that Daniel brought home a copy of Scythe, we talk about Gen Can’t gaming and the Summer of One Shots, mourn the upcoming loss of weekly Gamerstable, postulate about the Invisible Sun RPG kickstarting the same day you may be listening to the episode, InnRoads showing up on Ladies of the Round Table to talk about games and STEM, and the importance of serving first – doing everything else second.
The kickstarter for Invisible Sun is but hours away, so to whet your whistle, I’ll point you to the mirror on the wall that wasn’t there a minute ago.
If you’re looking to see me on LORT, you can find me in their archive here.
Now that we have passed Origins, and some are still dealing with the inevitable con-crud and exhaustion that comes from returning to the real world, it’s time to start talking about the next big event for gaming releases – Gen Con. Every board gaming media personality worth their salt will … Continue reading
GSP 127 is flying Mike-less, as I had to step out to take care of some family business. However, Jeff and Daniel tucked in and made GSP happen on schedule for all of you. They talk about telling stories with Rory’s Story Cubes and Dungeon World, talk about a bit of digital craziness like Pokemon Go, and talk about the fact that after a horde of complaining geeks going on forums complaining about women never getting into the hobby … a host of folks started complaining because over half the featured guest list for Gen Con this year were women. This is why we can’t have nice things, people. Continue reading
A lot of people stop by the booth over the course of Gen Con’s four day run. The expressions on their faces are often somewhere between excitement and the sort of glazed-over look that comes from gaming through the nights instead of sleeping. However, when a gentleman came to us … Continue reading