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Mike Walker & Mark Bigney
So Very Wrong About Games
A podcast about all manner of hobby games by Mike Walker and Mark Bigney. Bad games don't go easy on you, so we don't go easy on them. Thorough analysis via reviews, news, and discussion of topics in gaming. We take context seriously, we value your time, and we're not into hype. Just because games are fun doesn't mean we can't take them seriously, and just because we take them seriously doesn't mean we can't have fun.
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4.3 stars from 392 ratings
I have been looking for a good board game podcast for awhile. This one was recommended to me by a friend. After a few episodes I am not quite sure how I feel about SVWAG. On one hand I really appreciate their knowledge and experience about the hobby. Their analysis about good mechanics (or lack...Read full review »
2VRSQ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/02/23
These two capture the joy of talking about the hobby we love. I disagree with them 20% of the time, but that’s what makes it fun. 😀
MathPickle via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 01/11/23
Really well put together podcast with engaging hosts 👍🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿
londonpodfan via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/30/22
Recent Episodes
Everything's gotta be a competition. "I've seen better walls," scoffs the ingrate. "I've had darker ages," insists the depressive. "Well, I'm a Time Duke," growls the superstar Duke (esq., O.B.E.). It's all right, people. We can accept the superlatives without making it a contest. Games Played...
Published 03/21/23
This episode, as all episodes, is brought to you by our crack editorial team of semi-trained gibbons. Always go with gibbons. Cheaper than interns! More personable than rhesus! Less violent than capuchins! Better hygiene than Mark! Games Played Last Week: 01:05 -Votes for Women (Tory Brown, Fort...
Published 03/14/23
Published 03/14/23
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