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What Did You Play This Week Productions

By Brandon Kempf

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Description

A weekly podcast about the games we play and other tabletop gaming topics.

Customer Reviews

Family Goodness

Brandon gives us a peek into the games he plays with Kerensa, Gabby and AnnaBeth. The recent addition of story time with Anna Beth is cute. Kerensa and Brandon are now discussing the games together on the podcast, which is a nice variation from Brandon's monologue. The monologue is good but I like the conversation between the two even more. The Cardboard Architects (Joe and Chris), Patrick Hillier and Legendary Gamer, Eric Booth all add interesting perspectives about different aspects of the hobby. Nice job everyone.

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Fun Listening

While this podcast started off with just Brandon talking about what he played with his family, it has grown to include his family talking about games as well as friends. It has become a well rounded show for casual listening, to find out what some people have been playing and what they like and don't like. There are a lot of podcasts about playing games, but I like the perspective this one takes. So if you have a moment, download one of the newest episodes. You won't regret it.

A Slow Build into Something Great

The WDYPTW Podcast thing is a great audio complement to the geeklist on BGG. What’s been great though is Brandon’s desire to do more and push more and add more as he goes. What started out as a fairly small, lowkey podcast has turned into a great, revolving cast of numerous contributors, discussions and more. Focusing not only family games, but delving deeper into heavier fare occasionally as well, Brandon’s scripted take on what’s been hitting the table is professional, refreshing, and more.

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