This week is one giant What Did You Play This Week as Ray leads the GaGcast through several different avenues of entertainment! Ray finally got to play the Infinite Crisis expansion to the DC Deckbuilding game. He liked it a lot and felt it added something that the game was missing with its pure co-op nature. Nate also played a session of the game but came away with a very different impression finding it lacking in a lot of ways and overall not very fun. James played three different rounds of it and wants to wait a little longer before passing a final judgement. In other deckbuilding game news all four of the guys played Shadowrun: Crossfire and found it to be an all around great game with a slight downside of inflated cost.
Ray and James also talked about some of the things they did at Grumpy’s Sci-Fi day where they ran a panel. The group as a whole put a cap on their three year long DC Adventures RPG game and Fred and Ray have some advice for GM’s looking to wrap up such an involved type of game. The conversation really kicks into gear when the subject of the new show Gotham comes up. All of the guys were in agreement that it seemed to be going in a good direction and found the first episode very solid. Even Nate could only complain about a few nitpicky issues that didn’t really impact the overall quality of the show. Everyone is looking forward to where it is going and hope that episode two can continue with the momentum given by the pilot. Agents of SHIELD came back for its second season and the initial episode left some things to be desired. The guys talk about how they think the show needs to grow in order to remain relevant and interesting in a superhero saturated television market. James was very excited by the return of Sleepy Hollow and Hell on Wheels (shows that are very highly recommended by other GaGcasters). Finally, Fred goes on a small tangent about how he should bloody well be able to express that the storyline in Destiny is buttcheeks without people needing to come out in droves to defend it. That’s all from us for the week but make sure you join the Facebook group so you can join in the daily discussions and become part of the growing GaG community. If you have any personal inquiries or suggestions we’d love to hear from you @grownasgamers on Twitter or at email@example.com. Until next week, stay gaming and stay awesome.