Board Gaming Weekend

Tonight on GeekNights, we depart from our typical reviews of individual board games to a discussion of an entire series of games that took place over a single weekend amongst much of the original Front Row Crew, including Timbuktu, Tigris and Euphrates, Attika, Vinci, Fury of Dracula, and Amon-re, plus a heaping of Four Swords. In the news, the Senate almost puts forth a flag-burning ammendment and SCOTUS is set to look at obvious patents.

Railroad Tycoon

Tonight on GeekNights, we talk a bit about Railroad Tycoon. In the news, Microsoft may slash Xbox360 prices, and Christian Scientists allow Measles to resurface.


Tonight on GeekNights, we reminisce about our most-played FPS, Counterstrike. As for the news, Rym has a new Mac Mini, and a geek stands up to the man (the man being Blizzard).

Animazement Game Room and Planetside

Tonight on GeekNights Rym talks about what happened in the game room at Animazement, and Scott talks about his experience trying out the MMOFPS Planetside. In the news we've got the final final Wii price, Mexoryl and Vista Beta 2 gaming.


Tonight on GeekNights, we review an old standby: Alhambra. As for the news, Europe is getting a Black DS Lite, and Microsoft is taking away its employees' local administrator authority.

Worst Week: Video Games

Tonight on GeekNights, we discuss the very worst of video gaming, focusing on the consoles and peripherals and including some discussion of the costs through the years. As for the news, there is Justice for All and new Macbooks.

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