Episode 25

by Brian on October 24, 2007

Back with more Season 2 goodness. We cover a wide range of gaming topics, including some industry news, thoughts on maps, Halloween themed games, Freeport and Mutants & Masterminds new releases.

Liner Notes
Introductions [0:36]
Retraction re: Savage Worlds XE [0:56]
Dreamblade goes away [1:59]
WH40K Apocalypse [7:28]
The Robotech RPG [11:02]
Goodman Games and Maps [13:30]
Apologists, Personal Investment and Ramblings [22:49]
Halloween-themed games [26:46]
Pirate’s Guide to Freeport [38:18]
More True 20 goodness [44:00]
M&M Paragons [45:35]
Recent Play: Battletech [49:25]
Recent Play: 10 Days in Asia [51:49]
Recent Play: Qwirkle [52:43]
Recent Play: Risk 2210 [49:42]
Recent Play: The Kingdom of Loathing [55:36]
Chris gets a Wii [56:56]
The EndGame 6th Anniversary and the Oct MiniCon [58:57]
We say Good Night [1:00:54]

Links
Savage Worlds
Dreamblade
Robotech RPG from Palladium Books
Arkham Horror
Call of Cthulhu by Chaosium
Betrayal at House on the Hill
Last Night on Earth
Dread
Fear Itself
Esoterrorists
Pirate’s Guide to Freeport
Paragons for Mutants & Masterminds
Classic Battletech
10 Days in Asia
Qwirkle
Risk 2210
The Kingdom of Loathing

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Adam Jury October 25, 2007 at 9:26 am

Last Night on Earth does come with a soundtrack CD. I only listened to it once, and I was having a conversation at the time, so I didn’t pay super-close attention to it. From what I heard, I’d describe it as more “atmospheric” than “spooky.”

I’ve played LNoE three times — twice with 5 players, once with just 2, and had a good time with each game. The production values are very good, and I’m looking forward to playing it more.

Daniel Lofton December 4, 2007 at 8:53 pm

Just listened to this episode and thought it interesting that you were talking about pdf support for print games and then covered some of the games from Pelgrane Press (Esoterrorists and Fear Itself). I ordered Fear Itself from Pelgrane and was delighted to see that, what with it shipping from the UK, I could immediately download the pdf version of the game as soon as I had paid for it. That sort of thing will make me go back to them for more games in the future.

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