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In the 46th episode of the Podcast, Craig and Will finish out April with two of their favorite newer Fantasy Flight games in Mission Red Planet, an area control game from the Brunos, and Warhammer Quest The Adventure Card Game, which replaces every instance of Pathfinder on Craig's shelves. Also, Craih is joined by his family, as always, to discuss the games they've been playing. Lastly, The Tattered Board Podcast joins in on the FFG celebration and discusses their favorite Fantasy Flight games, including Rex. 

Show Times:

General Banter: 0:36

Family What We've Played: 11:24

iTunes reviews/Tattered Board Intro: 26:42

Tattered Board Segment: 29:42

Mission Red Planet: 46:06

Warhammer Quest: 1:04:55

Direct download: 46final.mp3
Category:Games -- posted at: 5:22pm EDT

In the third episode of Botched Viewpoints, Craig is joined by Chris Darden, designer of Dungeon Roll and Geekway to the West organizer, and Anthony Racano, host of the Cardboard Jungle and long-time convention demoer, to talk about the rise of conventions, the swells in convention attendance, the importance conventions have within the community of gamers, and what conventions can do better logistically to avoid housing and/or badge nightmares.

Direct download: VP3.mp3
Category:Viewpoints -- posted at: 3:53pm EDT

In the first episode of April, which we're dedicating to Fantasy Flight Games, Craig and Will talk about the four collectible games their addicted to from FFG. After a catch up with Craig's family on what they've been playing the past two weeks, the boys dig deep into two Living Card Games (Warhammer 40,000 Conquest and Android Netrunner) and two Collectible Miniature Games (Star Wars: Imperial Assault and the X-wing Miniatures Game) and why they have become completely addicted to each of these collectible games, the ups, the downs, and whether the cost is right. We hope you enjoy the first of two Fantasy Flight Games episodes in April, as next episode we discuss Warhammer Quest the Adventure Card Game and Mission Red Planet. 

 

Show Times:

Friendly Banter: 0:36

Family What We've Played: 10:37

FFG LCGs (WH40k Conquest, Android Netrunner): 31:33

FFG CMGs (Imperial Assault, X-Wing): 1:00:41

Direct download: 45.mp3
Category:Games -- posted at: 1:51am EDT

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