I was at small local video game store and found this gem. It was just there without any cover. So, I bought it. The price wasn’t any bad either. Well, it’s used after all. Not that I wouldn’t have one already. The fact that I have two of them now. I just couldn’t leave it there and wanted to give it a new home. I will keep it in Golden Sun Dark Dawn cover. Got that perfect place for it. Time to check out previous owner’s saved game process.

  • Ranpo:First of all, language
  • Ranpo:Second of all, Fuck I'm screwed.

Magic: the Gathering - LGS with new drive through

Get Your Fun On / Famous Faces & Funnies gaming store / comic / hobby shop had a bit of a nasty surprise yesterday (27th May) as an elderly woman attempted to use the non-existent drive-through service.

If you can provide a witty caption for this beyond that of the above store sign, please pipe in.

Kidding aside, I am happy to hear that there were no serious / life-threatening injuries during this accident.  Also happy to hear that the store’s fans came out to help clean-up - what a great community!   Get Your Fun On / Famous Faces & Funnies are already back up and running.

Get Your Fun On / Famous Faces & Funnies
3030 W New Haven Ave
West Melbourne, Florida

I really enjoy my LGS, but my main complaint concerning it is that some of the guys there are total dudebros and complete assholes towards women.

For example, I was talking to a girl that I usually play against that’s really good. She had just made some changes to her deck and said something along the lines of, “I’d say we could sit down and you could take a look at it, but there’s nowhere to sit.“ As if on cue, this guy shifts around in his chair and says, “There’s a seat right here for ya,” motioning to his lap.

Seeing a golden opportunity to teach this guy a lesson I moved toward him and said “Awh sweet! Thank you!“ Just as I was about to not sit on his lap he threw a string of “no’s” and curses at me, which the girl I was talking to followed with, “Well, you did offer.“

I stopped at a local video game store on my way home from work, and in there was a five or six year old girl playing Hyrule Warriors and she was whooping ass as Zelda, and she was so happy and ecstatic that she was practically dancing around while she beat the snot out of moblins. 

Nintendo I might not always agree with all your business choices, but thank you for that, it was awesome and we need more of it.

My friends and I watched the Tabletop episode(s) of Betrayal at House on the Hill and were super excited to add it to our rotation for game night.  However, when we looked online, the only thing we could find was a first edition game on EBay for several hundred dollars.  We were disappointed, but we kept the faith.

A month later, my friend was wandering through our local game store and what could possibly be sitting on the shelf?  Could it be a box of fun and adventure?  Well, no, this is Betrayal we’re talking about.  It’s a box of fun and angst and death.  Which we were still totally psyched about.

On our first run-through, the traitor became the Rat King.  It was three on one (and his toothy minions), and when the Haunt began, two of us were already almost dead from lack of sanity, standing right in front of the Pentagram Chamber (where the traitor was trying to get to) in a dark and impossible corner of the basement, while our healthy tank was three full turns away from getting to us.  The only good thing was that we were in the Wine Cellar, so we decided our characters would shotgun a few ancient bottles of merlot to calm their nerves, and then die face-down in the wine puddles on the floor.  Needless to say, the two of us went down in an unholy battle of blood and rat bits, with our hero arriving approximately ten seconds after we died to kill the traitor - the sole survivor of a horrifying massacre that will haunt him for the rest of his days!  So basically, exactly like every horror movie you’ve ever seen.  

I utterly loved this game, mainly because everyone is always losing.  You never feel like someone is kicking ass or doing well, it’s just a question of who’s the least screwed at any moment.  Gameplay is really straightforward and easy, and the game itself is incredibly entertaining.  Not to mention the advantage of being able to replay it ten times and never get the same story twice.

Thanks so much to Wil Wheaton and the rest of the Tabletop crew for introducing us to this amazing game.  The next picture we submit will be of one of us weeping on a pile of minion counters.

imagine shopping with your parents dan and phil as they suddenly saw a new video game in your local video game store that they’ve been waiting for years

you cry out “dad not again” as they ran into the shop leaving you alone in the entryway.