Episode 64: Best and Worst Gaming Experiences

In which Eddy, Dixie, and Matthew talk about their best and worst gaming experiences, and what we can learn from them.

  • Sneezing
  • We talk about our game experiences
  • Playing “adult” games when you’re younger
  • Community can make games more fun
  • Jumping into a game with a deep history
  • Games that imply you can play it a certain way, but you can’t
  • Using social skills in combat-oriented chronicles
  • How consequences shift the tone of combat and death
  • Heather Poe in VtM: Bloodlines
  • Wrapping up character arcs
  • Sometimes, fun can be the primary goal
  • The role of humor in horror games
  • The weirdness of Bayou Billy
  • Dixie recommends a new podcast
  • Games that are not to our tastes


1 thought on “Episode 64: Best and Worst Gaming Experiences”

  1. Really great review and I loved the Bayou Billy shout outs. The Heather section of the game, despite being tiny, remains the most powerful of Bloodlines for me. Because it’s an intimate portrayal of how a vampire can ruin or save the life of a single mortal. It’s also why I believe Touchstones are a great idea.


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