Episode 97: Circle of the Moon Onceover

Wherein medibot and I recall and review a video game we genuinely like. Nathan Graves is a plodding oaf who, sometimes, can outrange his opponents.

—Kaz

Episode 96: Book Review, Freakonomics

Wherein I review the hidden side of the hidden side of everything (a dozen or so things (like 6 total things)) and make medibot deal with my ravings.

—Kaz

Episode 95: Tabletop Game Review: Murder Hole

Wherein medibot and I review a tabletop game coming to a game store near you.

—Kaz

Episode 94: Grand Prix DC Postmortem

Wherein medibot and I recount our experiences at a Magic GP, then promise never to talk about Magic again.

(NB: I do not know what happened to ep93, maybe there wasn’t one, but I’m continuing the numbering from here, K)

—Kaz

Episode 92: Dragons of Tarkir Set Review

I roped medibot into doing a set review for Dragons of Tarkir so long as we did it all in one go. Prepare for an extra long discussion with skulls.

—Kaz

Episode 91: Fate Reforged Set Review, Blue

These are probably the blue cards. I’m going to throw my files in the garbage and throw that garbage in the trash.

—Kaz

Episode 90: Fate Reforged Set Review, White

The full spoiler is out for the next set, so I should really try to wrap this one up. This is not episode 88 as I said in the cast; I had not read to the end of my list.

—Kaz

Correction: Also this one is the white cards, not the blue ones. File management is hard, everybody.

Episode 89: Fate Reforged Set Review, Black

Oops! We overbaked! I had this ready to go and never took it out of the oven. Charred to a crisp, here are the black cards of Fate Reforged.

—Kaz

Episode 88: Skulls Review Jazzpunk and Dragon Quest 9

I want to revive, or continue, the tradition we have of reviewing two unlike games each one the other has not played. So here.

—Kaz

Episode 87: Fate Reforged Set Review, Red Cards

Check out the red cards here. We certainly did.

—Kaz