Episode 187: That Was That, This Was This
- 01m24s | News
The releaseof the newest Civilization V Downloadable Content (DLC), the "Scrambled Nations Map Pack", rears older criticisms.
- 06m26s | Senate
Agreeing, disagreeing and agreeing to disagree all wrapped into the contention that Caravans are more favourable than the Great Library in CivV.
- 12m47s | Forum Talk
Different answers and varying degrees of differences characterize a consideration of thought before making a move in the game and if recent advertising in the game is presently a mountain or molehill.
- 20m43s | Open Mic
Gratitude for a fan's appreciation abounds when a request made on the show's most previous episode to separate PolyCast's past and present into eras is fulfilled and is immediately followed by the reading of the same person's original poem "The Lay of the PolyCast: Canto One" (28m08s).
- 41m56s | Miscellaneous
The branching outof some former Civilization developer Firaxis Games staff into two newdevelopers, Oxide Games and Mohawk Games; then, how high of an influence level have CivV players been able to hit with a City State (46m54s) and a past show guest's appearance on another podcast that carried out a "Video Game Character Showdown" (50m06s).
Episode 186: Speaking of Hot Air
- 05m21s | Open Mic
Responding to an email from "Greasy Dave", feedback receivedover the show's most previous episode and a request from earlier in the season asking for balancing effort of an five civilizations in Civilization V (recorded for Episode 175).
- 08m15s | Senate
Going over the good, bad and the ugly considerations whether or not to build Windmills and tackling the value of placing Zoos and Stadiums in your CivV cities.
- 40m39s | Forum Talk
Bringing to the forefront the inability to rush partially built improvements or units with gold in Civilization V.
- 45m43s | Miscellaneous
The how and why gaming has the attention of United States of America President Barrack Obama and who is trying to get he and his administration to play CivV as part of their role in government.