Category: Boardgames Podcast

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The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 41–Boardgames with Warriors and Traders

This time I am joined by Lorien Green to host the podcast, since Mark was away and unable to come to this episode.

We did have a great time, though! Chatted about wargaming and Salute 2012, the wargames exhibition in London Excel that has taken place for the last 40 years.

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 37 – X610Z: On the Ruins of Chaos

In this, bit later than usual, episode we have got a good for you.

Mark and I go head to head to discuss if Games Workshop is a good business or not. I don’t think they are a good business because they don’t do enough from a business point of view, and for their licensed products in general (not to mention their lack of contact with the general public). I don’t think they are bad, but they are not good either. Mark says they are because they make money and thus they do what they’re supposed to. But what do you think?

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast: Episode 35 – Boardgames with Nevemore Games and Chicken Caesar

Theme can be a very important issue for some people. If the theme of a game doesn’t sound interesting, plenty of people will simply ignore the game and spend their money in something that is more interesting at first glance. Of course that doesn’t mean the game will be any better, but still appearances are important and one has to be discerning and careful spending money.

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 33 – Summoner Wars with Colby Dauch

It’s been a terrific year and I am only so happy to still be around and feel as enthusiastic about the podcast, the website and the gaming world as I did a year ago.
Of course, when one has the opportunity to cyber-mingle with amazing people like Colby Dauch, the creator of Summoner Wars, my hobby becomes a privilege.

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 31–Sentinels of the Multiverse (and more!)

This is a rather special episode because is the first episode with Lorien Green, our new co-host, who will lend a brain (we needed one of those!) and a dose of common sense (also lacking so far!) to the podcast.