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Now displaying: December, 2015

If you can read this, nothing has changed.

Dec 28, 2015

To round out the year, Ben Maddox tackles the lull between the holidays as he lays bare a few more pages of the Maddox Diaries. 

 

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Dec 21, 2015

Today's installment of your favourite, clothing-optional boardgame podcast goes back to the roots by focussing on the one thing its hosts share: their hatred for games and gamers. Not only do we sit on top our mighty ivory towers to call out competitive gamers (again), we also give our unvarnished and largely undiplomatic opinion on one of this year's hottest releases: Time Stories. 

Luckily T.C. Petty III. dares to dip deep into his design experience to talk about publishing contracts, lending some much needed respectability to this here enterprise. While Nick Mariner draws a line (or two) in the sand for games.

And if that hasn't been alienating enough, there is also an article up on our website. For you audio-proles who like to "read" things.

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Please come back. I love you. I'm sorry about that proles thing.

Dec 12, 2015

In today's Small Slice, Georgios once again returns to his favourite topic: telling people they're being rude. Specifically, how and why competition has to have limits, if games are supposed to be fun.

And in an unprecedented feat of research, we've unearthed a 100% authentic and original audio recording of a pivotal scene from one of geekdom's most beloved fantasy films.

 

 

Dec 7, 2015

Gather round, everybody! Christmas is coming and with it the stressful pre-christmas shopping angst of accidentally buying the wrong game for your friends or family. But fear not, the mighty heroes of the Perfect Information podcast have come to your rescue!

In the spirit of the season, we crown the most bestest and least awful game of the year. Will the coveted award go to the critical darling that is Batman Love Letter? Or the plucky indie sensation Catan? Was Cones of Dunshire truly disqualified?

There is only one way to find out...

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