Friendly Fire’s Moiranth (I’m pretty sure that’s how you spell it)/Anthony has got his own podcast going, set in the world of Gamma… world? Set in in the universe of Gamma World. Better. So swing on by here and listen to the first episode. It’s good. Probably. I haven’t had a chance to listen, yet, I can’t back that statement up.
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Yes, this is a very complicated board game. However, it is still not as complicated as the World of Warcraft board game. I will never play that again. This one I might play, if I had a week to kill.
There isn’t a whole lot of gameplay here from Star Trek Catan, but if you don’t know about Catan at this point then this video won’t help you. There is mostly Star Trek banter. Definitely makes me want a copy though. I’d rather trade on planets than random fields.
Yay! Wil Wheaton and Tabletop are back! His guests are only YouTube famous not regular famous, but they really rock the gaming table with their antics. Formula D looks like an OK game, looks even better with these guys playing. Wil Wheaton gets lost in the background on this one, but that’s fine, you can always see him on this show.
Because It’s Pretty Much Impossible to Get Enough Bioshock Infinite, Here’s Bioshock Infinite: The Board Game
Hell yes, Bioshock board game! Titled BioShock Infinite: The Siege of Columbia, it’ll have you playing either The Founders or the Vox Populi during the fight for control of the city. Meanwhile, Booker and Elizabeth are neutral characters that run around, altering the balance of power as they do their own thing, probably bouncing between quantum realities and stirring up Songbirds, just making themselves a big old nuisance. Jerks. There are little airships and handymen and probably robotic founding fathers. Pretty much the best thing ever.
The group continues to attempt to assist their new Twi’lek friend. But mostly they just yell at each other. It’s a mess. These characters are not great at hanging out together. Hopefully they won’t murder each other before they stop whatever evil plot is going on here.
Because Torment: Tides of Numenera has reached it’s two and a half million dollar point on Kickstarter already, Colin McComb is going to apologize for his past mistakes. This particular video is for The Complete Book of Elves, which I guess we don’t like? I don’t really enjoy anything that D&D 2nd edition gave us, so I guess that’s true for me. But really, I don’t know what’s going on here. I don’t have strong feelings about elf books in any way. The fact that apparently enough people do to make it reward is entertaining, though. Just D&D how you want! Don’t get so hung up on the rules.
Things are looking good for a moment. The crew has successfully escaped from Mos Schuuta, and evaded the Empire’s chase. So things should be free sailing from now on. But of course not. Everyone’s drawn into another crazy adventure involving a Twi-Lek prisoner, the Twi’Lek’s home planet of Ryloth, and that no good Teemo the Hutt. Jerk. Meanwhile, everyone’s angry at everyone else. And it’s only gonna get worse from here on in.
Star Warsing continues. The crew needs to get to the ship and get off the planet. But there’s stuff in the way. Lots of stuff. Stormtrooper, war droid stuff. And even if they get to the ship, well, there’s TIE fighters out there. Sounds like a dangerous missions.
And speaking of sounds, I sound like I’m one second from death this whole episode. What is going on there?
We’re back, baby. Well, sort of. We have returned after a several week absence, but we’re taking a short break from our standard Dungeons and Dragons storyline to spend some time in the Star Wars galaxy, with Star Wars: Edge of the Empire.
In this first episode, we meet our new characters, and find them on the run from a hutt named Teemo. There’s also discussion of the correct pronunciation of several words, and arguments about the validity of wacky non numbered dice.