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Dice Tower Network Podcast: Four Corners
Four Corners Episodes
We all know what card games are right? Well this week Dean and Graeme have a look and see if they agree on what makes a card game. Is there a difference between card games and board games?
We then finish up with our Top 5 Card Games.
Well, this is it. Our final episode. We start off things normally with some recent plays :
Clans of Caledonia
We then finish off the podcast with a wrap up of the Four Corners. We look at our 5 favourite games we've reviewed, we also recount some of our favourite memories of being the Four Corners. And there maybe some clips from a couple of our listeners.
It's that time of year again! Dean and Graeme look back at our picks from Essen 2017 to see how good we are at picking games.
We then do our top 10 list of anticipated games from Essen 2018! Will we do any better this year!
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Also slight name change, we are now called "Talking Across the Game Board"
We are recording this on the day after we returned from MAWGCon II - a week long gaming event!
We've got lots of games to talk about :
Rise of Queensdale
Since last episode was a bit of a negative one, we figured we'd do the opposite this time! What do we do with underwhelming games? How much sway do our family/friends/reviewers have on us going back to a game?
We then proceed to our Top 5 Games That Have Gotten Better (games we used to find underwhelming, but now like)
We are getting close to the end now, only a few more episodes!
We start this episode talking about some recent plays:
Choose your Own Adventure : House of Danger
We then get into the main topic of discussion : Dragonsgate College. The game revolves around a dice drafting mechanism, so what do we think of that mechanism? What about the theme and the rest of the game?
Dean and Graeme have a look at cooling off in the hobby. Do we still consume as much news/media/reviews as we used to? Have our tastes changed? Have we realized we no longer like the same styles of games we used to?
We then do our "Top 5 Games we used to love, but don't like as much anymore".
Now that con season is over (mostly) for the group, we get back together to discuss a few games we've played recently :
We then make a fairly major announcement.
Finally we have a look at Killing Code : Venice Vendetta. This is a new game that not many people know about. Is it worth your time tracking it down? Listen to find out.
Today Dean and Graeme look at forcing the hobby on friends and family. Have we done this? Has it worked or backfired? What would your family do with your games? Any they would keep?
We then do a top 5 "Games That We Would Hope our Family Members Want to Keep"
Dean and Graeme have a look at box covers on this episode. How much does it influence our purchasing decisions? What do we like/dislike on a box? Should the art be consistent from cover to components? Should the art represent what type of game it is?
We then look our Top 5 Deceiving Covers (you'll have to listen to find out our criteria for this one!)