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Topical, controversial, and (hopefully) entertaining conversation about miniature war games, board games, and other topics near and dear to gamers' hearts. Our wide variety of topics include table top war games, board games, miniature games, Fantasy Flight Games (Starcraft, Descent, Twilight Imperium, etc.), Games Workshop (Warhammer, 40k), Privateer Press (Warmachine Hordes, Monsterpocalypse), Days of Wonder, Rio Grande Games, Video Games, MMORPGS (World of Warcraft, Warhammer Online), and much more.

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    • 4.8, 501 Ratings

Topical, controversial, and (hopefully) entertaining conversation about miniature war games, board games, and other topics near and dear to gamers' hearts. Our wide variety of topics include table top war games, board games, miniature games, Fantasy Flight Games (Starcraft, Descent, Twilight Imperium, etc.), Games Workshop (Warhammer, 40k), Privateer Press (Warmachine Hordes, Monsterpocalypse), Days of Wonder, Rio Grande Games, Video Games, MMORPGS (World of Warcraft, Warhammer Online), and much more.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
501 Ratings

501 Ratings

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I love the show.

Doug m. ,

Love the banter!

Great content! The intros and outros of each segment seem unnecessarily long and seem like something just tacked out in editing out of habit. Also the use of big promoter voice makes me cringe every time, not Craig’s rapid fire voice.. that’s gold.

Peter Quill's Mother ,

Felt Reminded to Say I Really Appreciate This Show

I've been listening to the show for a long time now, and though it has gone through its ups and downs, through the occasional Craig mood swing or excessively long Raef segment, the more I consume other gaming media the more I appreciate it. I love that they provide listenable opinions about things as seen through the eyes of two adult gamers. They stay realistic and objective, they're not fanboys and they're not immature, and they know the value of a dollar, something which is increasingly rare with these sorts of shows. They don't talk about spending $150 on a game as if it were like buying a pack of bubblegum. They don't force themselves into having some interesting opinion, which always comes across fake, or sound like they're doing an impersonation of a Thanksgiving Day Parade TV host, with enthusiasm so forced you'd think it was a trying to be a parody, which so many Youtubers do now. And I appreciate all that so much sometimes when I listen. They still review games with 3rd chair guests who haven't played the game and aren't really involved in the conversation for so long that the guest begins checking their email, and I don't really blame them, but other than that, the show is very solid and very enjoyable to listen to.

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