Monday is over. Tuesday is half-done, itself. We’re working our way through the work week just fine, headed towards the joy of another weekend. To help the time go along, let’s listen in to some gaming podcasts.
This week we have: Primecast Episode 36, Game Classy 123: Kill Teamz, News of the North – 2016-09-27, Singled Out Episode 14 – Cambridge Autumn Showdown, The Independent Characters: Unbound – Episode 2, Nerdherders Episode 7 (97): Super Dudes and Super Duds, Meeples & Miniatures – Episode 178 – An Apology to Rob Burman, Meeples & Miniatures – Episode 179 – Aurelian, Freejumper and…? (yup, two shows this week), and Blue Peg, Pink Peg Episode 82- Scythe and Board Game Cafes.
Join hosts Will Hungerford and Will Shick as they dive into everything Privateer Press. Hungerford discusses the creation and evolution of Holden in our new narrative league, Crossroads of Courage, with Matt Goetz. Shick gets the details on developing The Undercity: Black River Irregulars expansion (available now!) with William “Oz” Schoonover. Goetz and Douglas Seacat return to talk more about the minutiae and lore of the Iron Kingdoms, touching on ruins, ghost towns (pun intended), and the lack of a Cygnaran public works program. And we finally get Tony Konichek on the microphone to talk about video production and streaming before we wrap up with a discussion about what our hosts are playing and bringing to WARMACHINE Weekend 2016.
GW news including 40k Deathwatch and Kill Team. Joe talks about hating MDF terrain, and Steve of course talks TREK.
The September 27th, 2016 edition of News of the North is live. Here’s our weekly selection of interesting news items in the miniature wargaming world.
Andrew and Martin go to the Cambridge Autumn Showdown, and talk about their tournament experience, live and on location!
This week the guys talk about what makes a game good? and talk about afew games we have been playing! Inis, The Others, & Happy Salmon!
In this episode, host Carl is joined by Doug as they discuss a couple Cthulhu themed board games put out by Fantasy Flight Games, and chat a bit about their love of the Cthulhu mythos in general.
Which actor really nailed their superhero role? Which ones ruined a character on screen? Find out what the Nerdherders think as they break down their favorite (and least favorite) actors in comic book movies. There’s also discussion of No Man’s Sky, Overwatch and the usual sprinkling of Dungeons and Dragons and comic books.
In our recent Episode 178 of the Meeples & Miniatures podcast, we interviewed Henry Hyde about his resignation as editor of Miniature Wargames magazine.
Henry was subsequently contacted by Rob Burman regarding some comments that had made during the show. Henry has responded to this with an apology on his website.
In this episode, hosts Neil Shuck Mike Hobbs, Mike Whitaker and Dave Luff(!) are joined by rules author Sam Mustafa. As well as discussing his latest wargaming projects, they chat to same about the current health of historical wargaming in the United States.
As usual, they also discuss what they’ve been doing Hobby-wise for the past couple of weeks and cast their eye over some of the latest hobby news.
We hope you enjoy the show
During this weeks episode:
1) The Pegs discuss recent news and game plays including TransAmerica, Flick ‘Em Up, City of Spies, Odin’s Ravens and more;
2) Review Stonemaier Game’s area control game Scythe; and
3) Explore what they would love to see in a board game cafe.