Thu, 20 December 2012
Romeo Philip from Battlefoam and the Infinity O-12 podcast joins us once again in the third chair. This time it's a Mega-sode!
Why is it so long? We dive into the miniature game Infinity! After spending over an hour covering the rich background of the game and each faction indetail, we then dive into the mechanics. What makes this game different? And is it really "Always your turn?"
All that and our other not-too-horrible segments including:
- Malifaux Contest Results
- Total Fan Girl
- Do You Ever Notice
- & More
The following fine organizations help make this show possible:
Myriad Games, on behalf of friendly, professional gaming stores everywhere.
Game Salute, latest gaming news, great stores, & more!
The News: 1 hr 2min
Infinity Background: 1 hr 9 min
Total Fan Girl: 2 hr 43 min
Infinity Rules: 2 hr 53 min
Links Discussed in the show:
Craig's Blog: www.McNerdigansPub.com
Russ's Blog: http://www.RussRant.com
Total Fan Girl Blog: Link
Pulp Gamer Network: Link
Excellent episode fellas, I have been wavering on the topic of Infinity for quite a while. I'm an avid Warhammer & Warhammer 40K player and was hesitant to commit to yet another system. This episode has tipped the scales and my Yu Jing models should be with me shortly. Thanks again (my wallet is less enthusiastic though :))
Just to let Nicole know she was not alone in her dislike of the hobbit movie. I too found it overlong and at points, tedious (but then, I'm not actually fond of LOTR either) - I was dragged along by the other-half (she won tickets) thinking I'd at least get a decent nap out of it (like I did for PJs previous 4 films). It never got bad enough for me to drop off - it was like an endless quasi-state where sleep was always *that* far off.
Dear Craig and Russ, I hope this is not inappropriate, I would like to share some thoughts about your podcast and how it is supporting me at a difficult time in my familys life. Four weeks ago the world was turned up side down when our youngest son was diagnosed with Wilms tumour, a form of kidney cancer. While the prognosis is good it is still quite stressful to suddenly live with a lot of what-ifs of the darkest kind running through my and my wifes minds. During this time we strive to live our lives as close to normal as is possible. Listening to your podcast is to me one of those anchor points of normalcy that allows me to relax and let my mind take a rest from the worries that always seem to surface. I just wanted to give you an other perspective on your show, and what it may bring to the people that listen to it. Thank you, and keep up the good work! I hope you all will have a great christmas holiday, spend time with your loved ones and enjoy each others company! Best regards from Sweden /Tord (pronounced like Ford ;) ) Hoppe