Episode 184: Bushido Review

This week Lange is away so Nathan and Teri were finally able to make time to spend and hour with the people they can’t stand to be around most in life… each other. The good thing is that they get a chance to sit down and review Bushido! What sets this game apart from other skirmish games? Listen and find out!

Bushido Website: http://www.bushido-thegame.com/

Models of the week:
Master Ekusa: http://www.bushido-thegame.com/sites/default/files/styles/uc_product_full/public/torstarterset_promo.jpg?itok=A4YqUvIz

Kairai Villager: http://www.bushido-thegame.com/sites/default/files/styles/uc_product_full/public/kairaivillager_promo.jpg?itok=Il5-EtQI

Tattoo Tutorial Stupidity Check: http://www.bushido-thegame.com/articles/painting-tattoo

Download rules for free: http://www.bushido-thegame.com/rules

[WARNING! Jaded Gamercast is meant for an adult audience. We ask that all listeners be at least 18 years of age or have their parents permission before listening.]

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3 thoughts on “Episode 184: Bushido Review

  1. I would love to see a skirmish game for futuristic law enforcement vs. gangers and the odd super high tech faction with a bit of shadow ops with psychic abilities thrown in. Perhaps in a 40K setting. … Oh wait…. this would probably fall under the law enforcement in a Dystopian Future category – which is what I voted.

    Ok seriously, Necromunda needs a rules overhaul. I think there is room for a generic rules set, a GURPS for tabletop space skirmish games if you will, where you can select any current model range in which to establish your paradigm.

  2. Man, those tutorials.

    I recently’ve been learning a lot of crap to start running my Graphic Design business, and one of the tutorials I looked up was for how to convert an image to make it look like a cartoon. I was looking for a fast and dirty way to render the image, rather than actually drawing it, but the first half of the tutorial consisted of half reasonable instructions, and the other half was ‘then draw the picture’, and when I got to that step I slammed my desk and said: “FUCK YOU” aloud.

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