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May 6 - May 12

First of all, I’d like to offer a deep bow to our intrepid Week Ahead team over the last number of years. Since Sean and I gave up the mantle it has only improved with more detailed lists (along with dates) and more varied viewpoints on the upcoming games for the week.

Gamers With Lives - Amanda Knowlton

Sean McKenna hosts a series of interviews starting with the GWJ Conference Call podcasters and guests. This month Sean talks to Amanda Knowlton about her life, gender identity, jobs and much more!

GWJ Conference Call Episode 655

Days Gone, Dark Devotion, Backbone Prologue, Mortal Kombat 11, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Forager, Fate Extella Link, The Positive Impact of Games on Kids, Your Emails and More!

Triumvirate Episode 5

Welcome to Triumvirate, an episodic collaborative storytelling RPG made possible by our Patreon subscribers! Our players, a Commedia dell'arte troupe, arrive in Rome in the year 1520.
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April 29 – May 5

Welcome all, and happy “24th anniversary of Full Throttle” week! You may all celebrate by realising Mark Hamill was in that, too.

GWJ Conference Call Episode 654

Anno 1800, The Division 2, Imperator: Rome, Oxygen Not Included, Historical Landmarks in Games, Your Emails and More!
All Gaul is conquered?

April 22 – 28

Welcome all, and happy “12th Anniversary of the Asian and European release of Big Lebowksi Bowling” week! You may all celebrate by discussing which is the best video game based on a film, arguing that Dune 2 doesn’t count because Dune was a book, then conceding because yes, in fact, the game’s artwork is taken from the 1984 movie.

GWJ Plays: Imperator Rome

The Game King (Game Emperor?) plays the newest from Paradox!

GWJ Conference Call Episode 653

Baba is You, Celeste, Islanders, Operencia: The Stolen Sun, Table Top RPGs We’d Love to See Digital, Your Emails and More!

April 15 – 21

Welcome all, and happy “35th Anniversary of Duck Hunt” week! You may all celebrate by chortling mercilessly at the inaccuracies of others.