Podcast Roundup

It’s Tuesday again (I can tell because I’m in my Tuesday shirt) and that means another Podcast Roundup.

So what’ve we got for you this week?

Well, there’s the usual releases from Hand Cannon Online, including Removed From Play, Murder of Crows, and the Scrumcast. Also, we’ve got the return of The Shiny Model Syndrome, with episode 73. There’s a new podcast in the form of Guild Ball Tonight. We also have a new vidcast from Gamers on Games. We wrap it all up with Gamers Behaving Badly episode 5.

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Podcast Roundup

It’s time again for another Podcast Roundup.

This one sees the first for-purchase episode of Removed From Play as they go to a subscription format (note: the half-dozen or so other podcast they have on Hand Cannon Online are still free). We’ve got Geeks of the North episode 9. There’s some ramblings from the Game Classy crew. There’s some Adeptus Infernus in there. There’s our own Enrico Nardini guest-starring on d-Infinity Live! And round it off with Gamers Behaving Badly episode 4.

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Podcast Roundup

It’s that time again for another posting of the podcast produced previously this past week.

As always, there’s a new episode of Removed From Play, episode 105 of Lost Hemisphere Radio, Episode 14 of Privateer’s Primecast, Screaming Heretic 75 (because we can’t just have Privateer-related stuff), and Gamers Behaving Badly.

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Table Tales web series up on Kickstarter

Table Tales takes actual game stories and will turn them into a live-action web series.

From the campaign:

We all have them, and we’ve all told them – the Gaming Story. No doubt some of them are interesting, but most, honestly fall flat to the listener. Yet we know, deep down, that this was a great story.

In each episode of Table Tales, we take actual gaming stories, and retell them using our cast of characters. Much like the famous old cop drama, Dragnet, “The story you are about to hear is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent.” And in some cases… the guilty.

This is Table Tales.