107 episodes

The GamerNode Show (formerly known as Versus Node) is a board game and video game podcast that aims to offer varied opinions and insight into both digital and tabletop games, touching on the academic, but never leaving the fun of the hobby behind. Host Eddie Inzauto and guests review games, discuss trends in the industry, share stories and experiences, and just have a good time talking games.

The GamerNode Show: A Board Game and Video Game Podcast GamerNode

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The GamerNode Show (formerly known as Versus Node) is a board game and video game podcast that aims to offer varied opinions and insight into both digital and tabletop games, touching on the academic, but never leaving the fun of the hobby behind. Host Eddie Inzauto and guests review games, discuss trends in the industry, share stories and experiences, and just have a good time talking games.

    GamerNode Show 97: Top 75 Board Games, 35-31

    GamerNode Show 97: Top 75 Board Games, 35-31

    It's a new season on The GamerNode Show, from Eddie Inzauto! 

    For this season, I've decided to rank every game I own and bring you a multi-episode TOP SEVENTY-FIVE GAMES in my board gaming library. This will give you a peek behind the curtain and into my game library, with the added excitement of an ongoing countdown to my very favorites. Listen to the whole thing and see how well our tastes align!

    In this eighth part of the Top 75 Games in My Library series, I talk about my 35th through my 31st favorite board games currently residing on my shelves.   This time I do a lot of tile- and card-laying, but delve into one dungeon, as well. Have a listen and see which games showed up in this set.

    As always, feel free to drop me a line and comment with your thoughts on Twitter or Instagram, or via the voice message link on the show's Anchor page! 

    Versus Node theme, "Dungeon" by Koji Kondo for Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda, 1987, remixed by Brian Schulman and Charles Kantz, 2010. 

    And for you video gamers, a reminder that I've launched a new retro video games podcast, in a sort of book club format, covering one game per episode. Here's a full description of Smashing Bricks: A Retro Gaming Podcast: "Smashing Bricks is a retro gaming podcast in which aging gamers look back on games from 10 or more years ago (usually closer to 30), with each episode typically following a full replay of one spotlighted game. Host Eddie Inzauto and guests discuss the newfound appreciation—or perhaps disillusionment—resulting from these book-club-style revisitations. Crank the nostalgia dial up to 10 and get ready to start...Smashing Bricks!" 


    Smashing Bricks: A Retro Gaming Podcast - www.anchor.fm/smashingbricks 
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    • 28 min
    GamerNode Show 96: Top 75 Board Games, 40-36

    GamerNode Show 96: Top 75 Board Games, 40-36

    It's a new season on The GamerNode Show, from Eddie Inzauto! 

    For this season, I've decided to rank every game I own and bring you a multi-episode TOP SEVENTY-FIVE GAMES in my board gaming library. This will give you a peek behind the curtain and into my game library, with the added excitement of an ongoing countdown to my very favorites. Listen to the whole thing and see how well our tastes align!

    In this seventh part of the Top 75 Games in My Library series, I talk about my 40th through my 36th favorite board games currently residing on my shelves. This time around I've managed to jam-pack 8 games into 5 slots! Is that cheating? You be the judge. Have a listen and see which games showed up in this set.

    As always, feel free to drop me a line and comment with your thoughts on Twitter or Instagram, or via the voice message link on the show's Anchor page! 

    Versus Node theme, "Dungeon" by Koji Kondo for Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda, 1987, remixed by Brian Schulman and Charles Kantz, 2010. 

    And for you video gamers, a reminder that I've launched a new retro video games podcast, in a sort of book club format, covering one game per episode. Here's a full description of Smashing Bricks: A Retro Gaming Podcast: "Smashing Bricks is a retro gaming podcast in which aging gamers look back on games from 10 or more years ago (usually closer to 30), with each episode typically following a full replay of one spotlighted game. Host Eddie Inzauto and guests discuss the newfound appreciation—or perhaps disillusionment—resulting from these book-club-style revisitations. Crank the nostalgia dial up to 10 and get ready to start...Smashing Bricks!" 


    Smashing Bricks: A Retro Gaming Podcast - www.anchor.fm/smashingbricks 
    GN Instagram: instagram.com/GamerNode 
    GN Twitter: twitter.com/GamerNode 
    GN YouTube: youtube.com/gamernode 
    GN Facebook: facebook.com/gamernode




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    • 27 min
    GamerNode Show 95: Top 75 Board Games, 45-41

    GamerNode Show 95: Top 75 Board Games, 45-41

    It's a new season on The GamerNode Show, from Eddie Inzauto! 

    For this season, I've decided to rank every game I own and bring you a multi-episode TOP SEVENTY-FIVE GAMES in my board gaming library. This will give you a peek behind the curtain and into my game library, with the added excitement of an ongoing countdown to my very favorites. Listen to the whole thing and see how well our tastes align!

    In this sixth part of the Top 75 Games in My Library series, I talk about my 45th through my 41st favorite board games currently residing on my shelves. This time around we're traveling to Iberia, Scandinavia, Asia Minor, the USA, and the underground land of the dwarves! Have a listen and see which games showed up in this set.

    As always, feel free to drop me a line and comment with your thoughts on Twitter or Instagram, or via the voice message link on the show's Anchor page! 

    Versus Node theme, "Dungeon" by Koji Kondo for Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda, 1987, remixed by Brian Schulman and Charles Kantz, 2010. 

    And for you video gamers, a reminder that I've launched a new retro video games podcast, in a sort of book club format, covering one game per episode. Here's a full description of Smashing Bricks: A Retro Gaming Podcast: "Smashing Bricks is a retro gaming podcast in which aging gamers look back on games from 10 or more years ago (usually closer to 30), with each episode typically following a full replay of one spotlighted game. Host Eddie Inzauto and guests discuss the newfound appreciation—or perhaps disillusionment—resulting from these book-club-style revisitations. Crank the nostalgia dial up to 10 and get ready to start...Smashing Bricks!" 


    Smashing Bricks: A Retro Gaming Podcast - www.anchor.fm/smashingbricks 
    GN Instagram: instagram.com/GamerNode 
    GN Twitter: twitter.com/GamerNode 
    GN YouTube: youtube.com/gamernode 
    GN Facebook: facebook.com/gamernode




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    • 24 min
    GamerNode Show 94: Top 75 Board Games, 50-46

    GamerNode Show 94: Top 75 Board Games, 50-46

    It's a new season on The GamerNode Show, from Eddie Inzauto! 

    For this season, I've decided to rank every game I own and bring you a multi-episode TOP SEVENTY-FIVE GAMES in my board gaming library. This will give you a peek behind the curtain and into my game library, with the added excitement of an ongoing countdown to my very favorites. Listen to the whole thing and see how well our tastes align!

    In this fifth part of the Top 75 Games in My Library series, I talk about my 50th through my 46th favorite board games currently residing on my shelves. This time around we've got bingo, contracts, auctions, dungeons, and puzzles! Have a listen and see which games showed up in this set.

    As always, feel free to drop me a line and comment with your thoughts on Twitter or Instagram, or via the voice message link on the show's Anchor page! 

    Versus Node theme, "Dungeon" by Koji Kondo for Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda, 1987, remixed by Brian Schulman and Charles Kantz, 2010. 

    And for you video gamers, a reminder that I've launched a new retro video games podcast, in a sort of book club format, covering one game per episode. Here's a full description of Smashing Bricks: A Retro Gaming Podcast: "Smashing Bricks is a retro gaming podcast in which aging gamers look back on games from 10 or more years ago (usually closer to 30), with each episode typically following a full replay of one spotlighted game. Host Eddie Inzauto and guests discuss the newfound appreciation—or perhaps disillusionment—resulting from these book-club-style revisitations. Crank the nostalgia dial up to 10 and get ready to start...Smashing Bricks!" 


    Smashing Bricks: A Retro Gaming Podcast - www.anchor.fm/smashingbricks 
    GN Instagram: instagram.com/GamerNode 
    GN Twitter: twitter.com/GamerNode 
    GN YouTube: youtube.com/gamernode 
    GN Facebook: facebook.com/gamernode




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    • 24 min
    GamerNode Show 93: Top 75 Board Games, 55-51

    GamerNode Show 93: Top 75 Board Games, 55-51

    It's a new season on The GamerNode Show, from Eddie Inzauto! 

    For this season, I've decided to rank every game I own and bring you a multi-episode TOP SEVENTY-FIVE GAMES in my board gaming library. This will give you a peek behind the curtain and into my game library, with the added excitement of an ongoing countdown to my very favorites. Listen to the whole thing and see how well our tastes align!

    In this fourth part of the Top 75 Games in My Library series, I talk about my 55th through my 51st favorite board games currently residing on my shelves, adding on a few more light games, a city builder, and a civ. Have a listen and see which games showed up in this set.

    As always, feel free to drop me a line and comment with your thoughts on Twitter or Instagram, or via the voice message link on the show's Anchor page! 

    Versus Node theme, "Dungeon" by Koji Kondo for Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda, 1987, remixed by Brian Schulman and Charles Kantz, 2010. 

    And for you video gamers, a reminder that I've launched a new retro video games podcast, in a sort of book club format, covering one game per episode. Here's a full description of Smashing Bricks: A Retro Gaming Podcast: "Smashing Bricks is a retro gaming podcast in which aging gamers look back on games from 10 or more years ago (usually closer to 30), with each episode typically following a full replay of one spotlighted game. Host Eddie Inzauto and guests discuss the newfound appreciation—or perhaps disillusionment—resulting from these book-club-style revisitations. Crank the nostalgia dial up to 10 and get ready to start...Smashing Bricks!" 


    Smashing Bricks: A Retro Gaming Podcast - www.anchor.fm/smashingbricks 
    GN Instagram: instagram.com/GamerNode 
    GN Twitter: twitter.com/GamerNode 
    GN YouTube: youtube.com/gamernode 
    GN Facebook: facebook.com/gamernode




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    • 20 min
    GamerNode Show 92: Top 75 Board Games, 60-56

    GamerNode Show 92: Top 75 Board Games, 60-56

    It's a new season on The GamerNode Show, from Eddie Inzauto! 

    For this season, I've decided to rank every game I own and bring you a multi-episode TOP SEVENTY-FIVE GAMES in my board gaming library. This will give you a peek behind the curtain and into my game library, with the added excitement of an ongoing countdown to my very favorites. Listen to the whole thing and see how well our tastes align!

    In this third part of the Top 75 Games in My Library I talk about my 60th through my 56th favorite board games currently residing on my shelves, and I cover a specturm of gaming genres, from cooperative to competitive to party to deduction to thematic to abstract. Whoa! Have a listen and see how those all fit into just five games!

    As always, feel free to drop me a line and comment with your thoughts on Twitter or Instagram, or via the voice message link on the show's Anchor page! 

    Versus Node theme, "Dungeon" by Koji Kondo for Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda, 1987, remixed by Brian Schulman and Charles Kantz, 2010. 

    And for you video gamers, a reminder that I've launched a new retro video games podcast, in a sort of book club format, covering one game per episode. Here's a full description of Smashing Bricks: A Retro Gaming Podcast: "Smashing Bricks is a retro gaming podcast in which aging gamers look back on games from 10 or more years ago (usually closer to 30), with each episode typically following a full replay of one spotlighted game. Host Eddie Inzauto and guests discuss the newfound appreciation—or perhaps disillusionment—resulting from these book-club-style revisitations. Crank the nostalgia dial up to 10 and get ready to start...Smashing Bricks!" 


    Smashing Bricks: A Retro Gaming Podcast - www.anchor.fm/smashingbricks 
    GN Instagram: instagram.com/GamerNode 
    GN Twitter: twitter.com/GamerNode 
    GN YouTube: youtube.com/gamernode 
    GN Facebook: facebook.com/gamernode




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    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

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4 Ratings

4 Ratings

italianbreadman ,

Great discussion & personalities

VS Node is great because the GamerNode guys and their occasional guests can have elevated discussion about the games industry one minute, and turn into a comedy show the next, but will always come back to the relevant topic at hand. I love a lot of their insights and perspectives. Great podcast!

Returning to this review years later, Eddie still speaks intelligently, albeit infrequently and mostly unaccompanied, now on tabletop games! Still great!!

TheAmericnDream ,

Another Gaming podcast?

Yeah, pretty much. But it's an awesome one.

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