One Stop Co-Op Shop is a podcast about cooperative boardgames. This podcast has revolving hosts every other week. Every other week we take one game and break it down to it's top 5 points (the good, the bad and our overall impressions). After we discuss the game we have a design discussion about one of the parts of the game. This podcast is hosted by Peter Gousis and Michael Kelley. On the other weeks Steve Kingsley and a rotating co-host do a top 5 review and have a related discussion. Jason Perez has episodes on Wednesdays focusing more on Solo gaming, with a lean toward Co-Op solos. To see our other content check out the links below: YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrOtGhui_jdLdoQNI7PU4Pg and https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPCIkULbgzMEW612cSdUX7Q Podcast - https://soundcloud.com/onestopcoopshop Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/onestopcoopshop Discord - https://discord.gg/p4jX8AF Facebook - www.facebook.com/onestopcoopshop Donate to One Stop Co-op Shop - https://www.patreon... more
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This week Peter, & Mike review the Adventure Book Games. Then they have a design discussion about putting IPs into boardgames. _________________________ YouTube - www.youtube.com/channel/UCrOtGhui_jdLdoQNI7PU4Pg YouTube(streamed) - www.youtube.com/ch... more
Spirit Island advertises itself as an 'anti-colonial' game. What does that mean? Where is it successful at its goal, and where does it fall short? Jason welcomes Cole Wherle and Dr. Mary Flanagan, two of the very best minds in gaming criticism, to di... more
Peter & Terence talk about all the games they played at Con of Heroes, including but not limited to Marvel Champions. _________________________ YouTube - www.youtube.com/channel/UCrOtGhui_jdLdoQNI7PU4Pg YouTube(streamed) - www.youtube.com/channel/UCP... more
The crew (Mike, Peter, Jason, Steve and Kim) are veritable sources of board game information, both gameplay wise with their design discussions and reviews as well as thematically by relaying their personal experiences, and moments of victory and hilarious doom. Always entertaining and inviting, this group is at the top of their game with... games!
Ones Stope Co-Op Shop is my favorite YouTube channel about board gaming. Their reviews and playthroughs are top notch. I just started listening to the podcast and should have done so sooner. Now they are my favorite x 2.
The podcast has a variety of experts and gamers. It's great.
Used to love this podcast, still do except when Jason is involved. Jason’s commentary and remarks are self-aggrandizing, juvenile, or passive-aggressive. I’d guess that at least sometimes he’s trying to be funny? But it falls flat. I find Jason intolerable and now skip any episode he is on. The other episodes are A+, as is the YouTube channel.
It’s a good YouTube channel so I thought I’d check out the podcast. I was not expecting half the episodes to be social justice lectures. So tiresome at this point. Guess I’ll find another podcast to listen to. more
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One Stop Co-Op Shop launched 6 years ago and published 402 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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