A board game podcast that tackles the industry from both inside and out! The State of Games is hosted by Chris Kirkman, the head of publishing house Dice Hate Me Studio and co-owner of Greater Than Games, and features regular co-hosts Darrell Louder, resident grump and designer of Compounded, Bottom of the 9th, and Fate of the Elder Gods, and TC Petty III, gaming hipster and designer of VivaJava and VivaJava Dice, Xenon Profiteer, and Spires. Presented by the website www.dicehateme.com - the board game blog with worse luck than you.
The One About New Editions
In this episode, Chris, Darrell, and TC are joined by special guest Justin Jacobson, president of Restoration Games, to talk about new editions of older games, whether they are good for the hobby, some of their favorites, and a few on their wishlists. All this, plus a deeper dive into the inner workings of Restoration, a look at new Board Game Arena titles Beyond the Sun and Lost Ruins of Arnak, fireballs, gaming a quarter mile at a time, and much more!
The One About the Main Event
Chris, Darrell, and TC talk about longer, epic games that might require more time and commitment to get to the table - and why they are still awesome.
The One About Boutique Publishing
Chris and TC are joined by designers and publishers Daniel Newman and Tony Miller to talk about punk rock publishing.
The One About the Year That Wasn't
Chris, Darrell, and TC take a look back on a very strange year and do their damndest to select the best games of 2020.
The One About Heading Out West
In this episode, Chris, Darrell, and TC break out their six shooters and mount up to talk about western games, what makes that theme so awesome, and how it might possibly go horribly wrong on occasion. All this, plus Darrell’s move out west to St....
The One About Rockets and Racing
Chris, Darrell, and TC dig deep into TC's issues with Rallyman GT and what makes racing games so great.
A netverk of one!
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Uninformed political biases
I don't need political garbage sprinkled over a better than average podcast, especially when it’s completely misinformed.
A required listening
I consider this podcast a required listening if you have any interests in board gaming. Seriously.