A podcast about all manner of hobby games by Mike Walker and Mark Bigney. Bad games don't go easy on you, so we don't go easy on them. Thorough analysis via reviews, news, and discussion of topics in gaming. We take context seriously, we value your time, and we're not into hype. Just because games are fun doesn't mean we can't take them seriously, and just because we take them seriously doesn't mean we can't have fun.
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I listen to this boardgame podcast as well as The Dice Tower and the Secret Cabal. Ive tried a few others, but SVWAG is my favorite. I often don’t share their opinions on the enjoyment of particular games, but I love the way they review them.
Love the podcast content and have listened to every episode, some multiple times. I’m not a fan of the growing inclusion of virtue signaling though. This is a podcast about board games. Hopefully it stays that way.
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As a non-white immigrant, I wish you would stop talking about politics and focused on games.
These guys are obviously passionate about the hobby but Mark reminds me of the kid in school who would memorize words from the thesaurus to later awkwardly wedge them into conversations to try and sound more intelligent, mispronunciation and all. It is wonderful, however, to not hear every game gushed over and I appreciate most of the honest, albeit often long winded, critiques of poor designs.
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So Very Wrong About Games launched 4 years ago and published 199 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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