Seth from Tales from the Attic joins me with Thom from Geek Girl, Nerd Boy to talk about the Chrono Series (Cross and Trigger). Many thanks to Thom for editing this episode of the podcast!
That’s right, I finally edited the glorious fustercluck that was the most epic of my Skype fails of 2012! On this episode, I talk with Kat Sorens from the Rigid Fist Podcast (available on Libsyn, iTunes and Stitcher). We discuss… SO MANY THINGS! D&D, a very special Aussie drinking game (called “Drinking”), playing outside, childhood consoles, vomit crime scenes, how maps confuse me, and parenting. Due to several issues with Skype and GChat, I have included my side of the conversation during that moment (as Kat didn’t get to hear it). He was a genuine delight to speak to and I am so sorry it has taken me so long to post this episode! I should be back in the swing of things soon enough!
On this episode, I am joined by @SethDWright from the podcast Tales From the Attic. We chat all about Final Fantasy (the entire series), The First Annual Los Angeles Podcast Festival, and I come to the realization that I DO have bullying instincts… I’m just smart enough to ignore them most times.
On this episode, I am joined by Nikki and Matt and we talked about Dixit. It was heaps of fun and I apologize for not posting it sooner!
Oh say what? Yes, my sad secret is that I have never played Skyrim. But Nikki and Matt have! I am joined with two of my friends and they tell me all about the pretty. I have to apologize for the gap in between the episodes. I moved and got a little blue, but I’m back! With a vengeance hugs! If you haven’t played it, it’s gorgeous. You can totally buy it here! SKYRIM!!! OR YOU CAN BUY IT FOR ME! Actually, I do have an etsy store (PLUG PLUG PLUG), so if you want some 8-bit art I make it!
On this episode I am joined by Seth, the co-host of Whiskey on Sunday. True to form, we don’t start talking about Mille Bornes until about 18 minutes in. We discuss how Seth obtained his set with the original artwork, how to play the game, how we don’t know how to censor profanity, family created games, falling asleep during tantrums, and Seth pretends to be Russian. To read more about Mille Bornes click here. To buy Mille Bornes (and kick a few pennies back to me for being an Amazon Affiliate) click one of the following links:
On this episode, I speak with my friend Toby about Rollerderby. Okay… Admittedly we don’t start talking Derby until 19 minutes in, but before then we chat about geography, rolling in dried splooge, one night homeless, taking Beyonce down a peg, and I have come to the realization that most of the Brits I know are meh about Doctor Who. Also! Many thanks to De Klein of kleinvisually.net for creating an icon for the show and and AMAZING POSTER that I will totally get on the site as soon as I figure out how! But here it is! Click on the picture and it’ll take you to Klein’s site!
On this episode of Memoirs of a Gamer, I speak with Neal Stidham, an analog game designer. To purchase House of Cards, please visit IndiePressRevolution
In this episode, my buddy Chris and I talk about arcade games, TILT in the Enfield Mall, and then things go waaaaayyyyy off. We reminisce on department stores from the past, convention addictions, meeting new people, Furries (the kink, not those fluffy toy things… no wait. those are Furbys), felt condoms, nudists, the weirdest fucking segue ever, trophies and ribbons, how I am far too trusting of lab coats, lighting toilet paper on fire, our first gaming platforms, save spots, controller design, my hatred for Sega Dreamcast, spilling beer, Late Night With Chris Feld, vocabulary, the fact that Chris and I need Pat to explain English to us, Harry Potter slashfic, and how I think cars work.
Seth an I chat about the d6 tabletop RPG system HERO, that I hate math, convention gaming, rotating DMs, Vampire hunters at Starbucks, Saturday morning cartoons, Champions Online, seeing Kid and Play, concerts, how Danzig is a pussy, how MTVs Celebrity Death match should come back, and festival soup.