That’s right, we discuss the broadest possible target: powers in games. We emerge from the other side knowing nothing new. But that’s pretty typical.
As members of the poors, we discuss how cool it is to pretend you have a lot of money. In games. Just in games.
We talk about the genre known as pulp. This primarily consists of making fun of The Phantom.
We discuss the organization as a whole as the bad guy. This was probably inspired by tax season. Make of that what you will.
Jim wants to complain about his game and his ungrateful players. As some of those ungrateful players, we deflect his accusations for about an hour, leaving him increasingly frustrated. It’s pretty sweet.
We debate the merits of equipping yourself. I think we’re against it…except when we’re completely for it. It doesn’t really make sense. We also discuss our favorite magic items.
We cooperate to talk about cooperative games. There is no unresolved tension or anything. Also, there is talk of television.
It’s not much of a Spoiler Club because you’ve already seen it. But we’ve been MIA and so it seems like we should talk about it. I mean, everyone else is. Why not us?
We’re pretty down on game stores, but we give our best business advice to those beleaguered people who still think it’s a viable income stream. We probably shouldn’t own a business.
It’s time for the annual Best Of lists. Luckily, you’ve stumbled across the least relevant Best Of list ever conceived. How awesome for you.