Jessica comes from a background of video game reviews with the site 148Apps, but now writes pop culture articles for Geek & Sundry and Board game news and reviews for Gameosity. She has been featured on other podcasts like “Too Many Words” by Jayme Beddingfield and “Why I Social Podcast” with Christopher Barrows.

The Gameosity Podcast Episode #21: Restoration Games at Gen Con 2018

Want to know what’s up at Restoration Games? Check out today’s podcast! Jess got a chance to chat with Rob Daviau and Justin Jacobson about Restorations Games’ upcoming titles like Return to Dark Tower as well as their exciting new deduction

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The Gameosity Podcast Episode #20: Adam Loper on GameFor

Adam Loper (a.k.a. Uncle Atom), the master of miniatures at Tabletop Minions, is a man of many talents like designing his own board games, running his Youtube channel, and developing apps! His app, GameFor, was created to give players a

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The Gameosity Podcast Episode #19: Call to Adventure with Patrick Rothfuss

Brotherwise Games, the publishers behind Unearth and Boss Monster, have a new game up on Kickstarter right now named Call to Adventure. In this set-collection/storytelling game players will take their character from everyday nobody to a world renowned hero by

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The Gameosity Podcast Episode #18: Jess’s Panel at Gen Con 2018

Jess was invited to speak on the Cardboard Quills 2018: A Written Reviewer Roundtable at Gen Con this year alongside Ryan LaFlamme (from here at the CR), Jonathan Wolf (of islaythedragon), and Eric Yurko (of What’s Eric Playing?).  Using a Q&A style the moderator helped

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The Gameosity Podcast Episode #17: Letting Go (How We Trim Our Collections)

With Gen Con just around the corner, making room on our shelves is a big priority. How do we decide which games deserve to stay and which must be sacrificed? Take a listen to this months podcast find out!

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The Gameosity Podcast Episode #16: Organizing Your Collection

In this episode of the Gameosity Podcast, Andrew, Josh, and Jess discuss the different strategies they employ in organizing their games. How do you organize your games? Help out team Gameosity by sharing your tactics in the comments below!

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The Gameosity Podcast Episode #14: Feel Good Games

In this episode, we welcome Joe our resident roleplaying expert to join in a conversation about games that make you feel good when you play them. We discuss Zoo Ball, Friday, Between Two Cities, Charterstone, Delta Green, Urbion, Nemo’s War, Torpedo

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The Gameosity Podcast Episode #13: Interview With Game On Tabletop

Game On Tabletop is a french service that helps you crowdfund your game. They can get you started with editing your campaign page, managing pledges, engaging your fans and more. Listen to our interview to learn more about this exciting

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The Gameosity Podcast Episode #10: Mistborn: House War with Patrick Kapera

Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn series are epic fantasy novels that center on the world of Scadrial. It is a place where some people can call on metal magic using the power of Allomancy, having been bless with it by the all-powerful Lord

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The Gameosity Podcast Episode #9: Travel Games

Summer is here and with it comes vacation time! This week the Gameosity crew takes a look at some of their favorite games to toss in their luggage when travelling. Games discussed in this episode: The Lost Expedition, The Road to

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