TWIW Episode AT-1 (December 10, 2009)

Like a phoenix from the ashes, This Week in Wargaming returns.
New host Ken Whitehurst presents this week’s news from around the world of wargaming, including items from Privateer Press, Games Workshop, Litko Aerosystems, Lock ‘N’ Load, Grindhouse Games, Taban Miniatures and more.

Joe Krause offers his commentary on the recent round of Games Workshop cease and desist letters.

Ken discusses the past, present, and future of the show, and
This Week in Military History: December 7, 1941.

This Week in Wargaming is sponsored by The Williamsburg Muster wargaming convention, February 5-7, 2010, Williamsburg, Virginia.

Episode AT-1 Direct Download

This Week in Wargaming Episode 35 “Yackface Joins us for Gen Con”

Special Guest: John “Yakface” Regul of
twiw squarespace logo2 300 x 300

Gen Con Breaking News:

Adepticon announces Privateer Press and Flames of War tournaments and events to be held on site for next years Convention.

Privateer Press announces the “Next Big Thing” for Warmachine,
A “tactical action game where you play a warcaster controlling jacks”. There will be online multiplayer support for XBox 360, PS3, and PC. It is still early in development. The developer is WhiteMoon Dream Studios whose employees have worked on the first two Fallout games and Medal of Honor.
No media links available yet.

Catalyst Game Labs Announces Release of Multi Part Plastic Mechs for Battletech
(Link down at TTGN)

Fantasy Flight Debuts several new games including

FFG Video Highlights Day 1

FFG Video Highlights Day 2

FFG Video Highlights Day 3

FFG Video Highlights Wrapup

ONI faction Army Box previews include pics of first vehicles for AT-43 and Zombies!!!


This one is from the D6G Twitterpic feed


War in the Pacific Admirals Edition


Close Combat Modern Tactics


Movies and Media

Review: District 9 (Rotten Tomatoes Score 87%)


Preview: Inglorious Bastards(new trailer)