Geek discussion and grading on topics such as tabletop games, RPG's, comics, movies, and books.
Episode 26 – Hades
Jay and Josh pitch a video game that is not the type of game they normally play, Hades, a isometric RPG, to Trevor. Hosts: Trevor, Jay, and Josh
Episode 25 – The King’s Dilemma
We discuss one of the most intriguing legacy board games to come out in recent memory, The King’s Dilemma. Hosts: Trevor, Jay, and Josh
Episode 24 – Top 5 Most Anticipated Board Games pt. 1
We discuss our most anticipated upcoming board games. Continued in the bonus episode which can be found here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/episode-24-bonus-42265792 Hosts: Trevor, Jay, and Josh
Episode 23 – Jason Matthews & Twilight Struggle
This week we welcome Jason Matthews, one of the co-designers of Twilight Struggle, onto the show as a guest to talk about game design and his new board game Imperial Struggle. Hosts: Trevor, Jay, and Josh
Episode 22 – Oculus
In this episode we discuss Virtual Reality headsets and our impressions of them. Hosts: Trevor, Jay, and Josh
Episode 21 – Operating a Game Store
In this episode Jay describes his latest experiences with dealing with Games Workshop and other frustrations of owning a game store. Hosts: Trevor, Jay, and Josh
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A great podcast that will go into the mechanics of various lists/casters/factions and why things work or don't work. It's very informative.
Grading Chain Attack Grading Geekery
I’ve been listening to this Podcast since it was strictly Warmachine focused. Now they have branched out to discuss more forms of media, such as books, movies, computer games, and board games. I find the hosts to be entertaining and informative. However, the last few months the sound levels host to host have been inconsistent. Also, Chain Attack could be improved with the addition of a tech tree.
Getting worse with every episode
I loved this podcast for years even with the switch in editions and formats it stayed relevant, informative and engaging. Recently it’s just taken a nosedive. The first 20-30 minutes is now pointless banter, which is fine I can skip it but it still feels like it’s taking time away from the topic at hand. The biggest issue I’m having is it feels like some of the hosts have just barely a passing connection to the game and the topics they are talking about. Trevor just seems miserable and brings everything down, he doesn’t convey an ounce of joy in anything Jay or Josh talk about and it makes listening to this podcast an absolute chore. Why even bother talking about Warmachine if you barely play the game and have nothing positive to say? A dissenting opinion is fine but complaining and whining about every single tiny thing is pointless and makes me tune out. Josh has a lot of enthusiasm and seems generally interested in things even when he’s out of the loop. I’m so glad Jay has another show these days because he’s a great host and shines when he’s interviewing players with an actual passion and knowledge of the game.