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The Walking Eye Podcast

By Kevin Weiser & Jen J Dixon

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Description

Welcome to the home of The Walking Eye! We are a group of gamers passionate about exploring the myriad new horizons of the gaming industry, whilst engaging in animated discussions about the ins and outs of this glorious hobby. Lately we’ve discovered the paradigm-shattering power of the indie game and it’s reawakened the fire of collaborative creation within us. Each month we’ll release Actual Play sessions of the cutting edge of story gaming. Many of these games have to be seen or played to really grasp, but we all know finding the right mix of players can be a daunting task. Allow us to show you if a game’s right for you and your players. Our intended format is to run 3-5 sessions of actual play followed by a review of the game and when possible an interview of the designer or other involved parties. On weeks that we cant game we’ll try to do a discussion show with topics on RPG Theory and gaming advice.

Customer Reviews

Actual play group that makes you feel a part of them.

The members of The Walking Eye are typical gamers who let you in on their actual play and discussions of roleplaying games. They have a chemistry that makes you feel a part of the group and instead of just hitting highlights of their game sessions they give you the whole event as it happened, broken down into a set of episodes. Each game they play is then followed by a discussion of how they think it went. Their format is great for getting a feel of the game they are playing, seeing both the pros and cons of each system. The Walking Eye is well worth listening to if you like actual play and new indie games.

My favorite role-playing podcast.

Now, I listen to a lot of RPG podcasts, and this is certainly my favorite. It strikes a perfect balance between being conversational and funny and offering genuine insight. There's also a sort of unabashed emotional honesty to the way the hosts respond to the games they play (which have, so far, been exactly the sort of games I'm interested in). I get the sense that these people really care about this stuff, and that's awesome. They also do a wonderful job of using the podcast to explore ideas rather simply soapbox their own pre-defined opinions. All in all, three thumbs up.

Very Informative

I like this show, a lot. The people on it our fun and interesting. The games they cover are ones I'm very interested in. If you're interested in one of the games they cover, go listen to the episodes on that game and you won't be disappointed.

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  • Category: Other Games
  • Language: English

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