We have arrived to our 31st episode unscathed. Rather sad!
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.
Lorien was interviewed by Mark and me a couple of episodes ago, and we liked her so much, she was invited to join us on a permanent basis. The poor thing, not knowing where she was getting into, accepted. Needless to say Mark and I remained with our mouths shut until the moment or truth, when Lorien stepped up to the podium and, like the true professional she’s turned out to be, grabbed the podcast by the proverbials and run with it like Paula Radcliffe in a marathon.
The effects can be heard from the moment go. I am a lot calmer, and, although Mark is visiting family in Miami and can’t join us, he will also behave a lot more civically when returns. And he’ll change his mind about zombies.
Meanwhile, Lorien and I have explored sexism in boardgames and videogames, and how they relate. Yes, you read that correctly, we do talk videogames (and why not!). We would love to hear what you think. Please send us your comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
But that is not all. Mark and I interviewed Chris, from Greater Than Games.
What, you don’t know who he is?… Oh… right… I better explain then!
Chris and a friend had the good sense of creating a card game that is a super-hero game. But not just *any* super hero card game. This one is a cooperative one. With 5 super heroes, a few villains and some environment where things happen. I made sense of it when I interviewed Chris, but you better listen to the interview so you can make your own sense.
Oh, and some really nice tangential and off-topic discussion at the end. You’ll like it! (no… really… you will).
Enjoy the show!
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