Mon, 24 January 2011
Due to a scheduling mishap on my part, our week four show, scheduled for Tuesday, January 25, is being pushed back to Tuesday, February 1. I sincerely apologize for being late.
This will not negatively impact the current scheduling for February. Here's the breakdown of what our listeners can expect in February:
February 1: Sean Preston will kick off a two-part treatment called East Meets West, which is about injecting Eastern (specifically Asian) flavors and philosophies into Western roleplaying. In the show we will be discussing the Reality Blurs setting, Iron Dynasty: Way of the Ronin.
February 8: Eloy Lasanta will help us conclude our East Meets West duology, with Third Eye Games' excellent Wu-Xing: The Ninja Crusade.
February 22: Ross Watson, of Fantasy Flight Games, will return to complete the Warhammer 40,000 RPG "trilogy" with our discussion of Deathwatch. This show will be recorded "live" at Genghis Con!
Finally, in an effort to keep our costs down, TGTT will be going back to a 64kbps mono format. We've been experimenting with 128kbps stereo, but there's really been no appreciable upside to it.
All in all, February is shaping up to be a great month for TGTT, and we look forward to releasing more discussions about analog roleplaying in a digital world. Until then, do good, avoid evil, and play more games!
Category:general -- posted at: 6:25 PM
Tue, 11 January 2011
We were joined by Leif Olsen and Bill Stilson of the Denver Gamers Association (DGA), to discuss gaming at conventions. Special attention was paid to the upcoming Genghis Con, which will take place in the Denver area in February. We had a brief discussion about TactiCon, which is later in the year. And check out the DGA Facebook page.