Dale missed our talk about mysteries in games. So he wants to have another one. It is fascinating.
The “news” part may not be very relevant, but the impact upon the gaming world is sure to be felt. We tremble in fear before the gaming messiahs.
What does it all mean? Where did the d20 come from?
We decide to get racist. Or politically-correct. Probably the latter. It goes as well as you’d expect that sort of thing to work.
“Gotcha” movies begins with The Game, a movie in which Michael Douglas acts stressed. This upsets Chris. Everyone else is fine with it.
After giving it an extra day of thought, I still have no idea what this episode is about.
The guys talk about their heroes who shouldn’t be their heroes. There is bonding. Or not.
Mark thinks Dredd ripped off better movies, Jim wants to discuss feelings, Dale has weird ideas about cops, and Chris hates cyberpunk.
Travel in games. Is it fun? Can your horse be a vital part of the adventure? Can you beat the Kessel Run?
What if D&D wasn’t the first RPG? What if Magic: the Gathering wasn’t the first CCG? We alternate history our own little corner of the hobby, as if that was a good idea.