Tom Chick and Qt3 contributor Tony Carnevale discuss Invisible Inc, Massive Chalice, and Rebuild 3. Why those three games? What do they have in common? Do we recommend them? Which one is best? And why does Tony run a My Little Pony channel on You Tube? Listen to find out!
After establishing his CCG bona fides, Tom Chick talks to Brad Talton about his newest boardgame, Millennium Blades, which is currently enjoying a successful campaign on Kickstarter. If you’ve ever played a CCG, or if you’ve so much as pondered playing a CCG, or especially if you want to play a game about CCGs that isn’t actually a CCG, Millennium Blades is a game for you.
Giant guardians, colorful characters, and destructible terrain rule this weeks podcast. Jason McMaster sits down with Carter McBee, the Gameplay Designer on Gigantic – a new 5v5 team-based battle arena.
Tim Stellmach and Chris Siegel join Jason and Brandon for this weeks podcast. Nearing the end of their Kickstarter for Underworld Ascendant, which would revive the Underworld series that began with Ultima Underworld, Tim and Chris stop by to discuss game development, boardgaming, and what current games are occupying our time.
On this week’s podcast, Jon Shafer joins Jason to discuss Jon’s new game, At the Gates(his latest Let’s Play is located here), Darkest Dungeon, early access, and roguelikes. Come for Jon’s strategy game discussion, stay for Jason’s vocal fry.
This week Jason gushes over Techland’s latest zombie opus Dying Light much in the way your blood would gush over the gaping maw of a zombie that just chomped down on you because you don’t know how to mantle over a dumpster. Whoopsie! Brandon mostly complains about how open world games force him to do things he doesn’t want to because he’s a weak, weak man. He definitely would not be able to mantle over a dumpster.