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Top 25 INSANE Upcoming SURVIVAL Games | Most Anticipated Games 2018 for PS4 XBOX ONE PC Games List: 00:00 - DUSK (PC) 02:18 - Overkill's The Walking Dead (PS4, XB1, PC) 04:13 - World War Z (PS4/XB1/PC) 05:02 - Death Stranding (PS4) 08:27 - Fade to Silence (PS4/XB1/PC) 10:57 - Desolate (PC) 12:11 - Metro Exodus (PS4/XOne/PC) 14:11 Agony (PS4/XB1/PC) 16:16 The Last of Us Part II (PS4) 18:56 Escape from Tarkov (PC) 20:06 Hunt Showdown (PS4, XB1, PC) 21:53 - Dual Universe (PC) 23:09 Survive the Nights (PC) 24:37 Project Wight (PS4/XB1/PC) 26:38 Scorn (PC) 29:21 SMALLAND (PC) 30:15 Last Year (PC) 32:16 WiLD (PS4) 33:54 PATHOLOGIC 2 (PS4/XOne/PC) 35:25 Dead Matter (PC) 37:21 The Forest (PS4) 38:45 State of Decay 2 (Xbox One/PC) 41:27 STALKER: Noises of the Zone (PC) 43:27 Days Gone (PS4) 45:17 Praey of the Gods (PS4/Xbox One/PC) 46:31 Conan Exiles (PS4/XB1/PC) ►SUBSCRIBE: http://goo.gl/w0ca4q
This week, Chris and Anthony are diving into the growing world of Fantasy Flight's LCGs and other similar customizable card games with our newest top 10. Make sure you enter our March Board Game Bracket challenge as well for a chance to win a free game: http://boardgamersanonymous.com/2018-board-game-bracket-contest/ First up, we share answers from our question of the week, "What game has the best stand up and shout moment?" Then we dive into our acquisition disorders for the week, including Kami Sama and Batman: Gotham City Chronicles. At the table this week, Anthony reviews Town Center and Card City XL, while Chris shares his thoughts on Rise to Nobility, a recently delivered Kickstarter release. Finally in our feature, we share our top 10 living and customizable card games: Question of the Week: 5:35 Acquisition Disorders: 7:20 Town Center Review: 14:58 Card City XL Review: 18:10 Rise to Nobility Review: 20:28 Top 10 LCGs and Customizable Card Games: 25:19 If you haven’t yet, be sure to connect with us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/boardgamersanonymous), Twitter (http://twitter.com/bgapodcast), and on our website (www.boardgamersanonymous.com). You can support the show as well by donating on Patreon (www.patreon.com/bga), or using our Amazon affiliate link.
Here at Every Night is Game Night, we try our best to cover a huge spectrum of games, ranging from the thematic, imaginative jaunts that Jason loves to the heavy strategy affairs enjoyed by Anthony. In this episode, we double down and give you two groups of games from either end of this spectrum - two economic games and two fantasy adventures. First up, Anthony tells us about a somewhat lesser known yet still magnificent game from Uwe Rosenburg, At the Gates of Loyang (2:15). You will learn, among other things, why the game is beloved in the solo community. Then Jason hits you with a Kickstarter project that is just arriving to backers now, a dungeon crawler powered by deckbuilding called Dungeon Alliance (9:06). Anthony returns to talk about Clans of Caledonia (23:05), noting similarities and differences between this game and its spiritual older brother, Terra Mystica. Finally, Jason takes us home by talking about Darkest Night, Second Edition (32:25). As always, we try our best to give you honest, well thought-out opinions on the games we review. Hope you enjoy!
We've wanted to have a pod conversation with these two gentlemen for a long time, and it's finally here! It was out pleasure to speak with Morten Monrad Pederson and David Studley from the Automa Factory. For those who don't know, an Automa is a small deck of cards that acts as a "bot," simulating another player at the table. You can use it to fill in for another gamer at the table who can't make it for the evening, or as an opponent for solo play. After telling us a little about themselves, they talk about fan reception to Automas and how they've changed over the last few years (4:49). Then we talk about the Automas for Charterstone (14:25 - no spoilers, of course), and for Gaia Project (28:00). Listener Mike shared this Geeklist with us as well - featuring automa variants: https://boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/209213/games-automa-opponents-solo-play
This week, we're looking at games you might like if you like video games (or more likely, if your stubborn video gaming friends are hesitant to try board games!) First up, we ask our question of the week, "what one piece of advice would you give to someone brand new to gaming?" For our acquisition disorders this week Anthony is looking at Xia: Embers of a Forsaken Star (and trolling himself in the process), while Chris looks at FINCA - a board game with...fruit! For our at the table segments this week, Anthony reviews Indian Summer from Uwe Rosenberg, yet more tile laying goodness, and Chris looks at his own polyomino game, Santa Maria. Finally, we delve into some games you might like if you like video games. Question of the Week: 3:38 Acquisition Disorders: 10:17 Indian Summer Review: 16:31 Santa Maria Review: 22:20 If You Like Video Games, Try...: 27:18 If you haven’t yet, be sure to connect with us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/boardgamersanonymous), Twitter (http://twitter.com/bgapodcast), and on our website (www.boardgamersanonymous.com). You can support the show as well by donating on Patreon (www.patreon.com/bga), or using our Amazon affiliate link.
After 74 whole episodes, we are happy to receive a visit from the Podfather himself - Stephen Buonocore of Stronghold Games. For this episode, we experimented a bit with our usual podcast format so we could have some fun. For the first half, we talk about some recent expansions for Stronghold Games we really enjoy - Not Alone: Exploration (5:00) and The Pursuit of Happiness: Community (9:11). Then we preview some upcoming games from Stronghold - Indian Summer (13:41) and Noria (17:00). I recorded a short note about this part of the pod right at the jump, so please check that out.
Afterwards, we really let our hair down and geek out about one of our favorite games of all time - War of the Ring (26:51). We talk about its theme, its length and balancing, and also note a very impressive, fan-made solo mode for it: https://boardgamegeek.com/filepage/141333/queller-bot-war-ring-solo-play. We then carry about all sorts of topics from there, including a chunky digression into the Game of Thrones TV show that we put beyond a spoiler wall. As always, we hope you enjoy the conversation!