May 24, 2024

Mentioned in Dispatches Season 12 Ep 13 ~ The State of Hobby Wargaming

10 May 2024 ~

Wrapping up season 12, we’ve got a full house here to talk about the current state of hobby wargaming, what we’d like to improve, and some predictions for the near future.

So let’s join Brant & Mike and welcome back Moe (of Moe’s Game Table) and Grant (of Pushing Cardboard) and settle in for our season finale to discuss the current state of hobby wargaming in 2024.


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2 thoughts on “Mentioned in Dispatches Season 12 Ep 13 ~ The State of Hobby Wargaming

  1. Yeah, the lack of in-depth reviews, replays and the like is what’s missing nowadays, although all the reasons given for their absence are obviously valid.
    Whereas decades ago people who had something to say about a game needed to write a fairly lengthy article in order to make its publication economically feasable, since the advent of the internet anyone can pontificate a couple of paragraphs to get a point across, basically at no cost.

    1. not only that, but the short-attention-span shouty/edgy comments that are rushed out are the ones that get the most ‘engagement’ so even if you do take the time to put out a thorough, well-reasoned, entertaining, long-form review, analysis, or other commentary, it gets lost in a sea of irredeemable-but-algorithmically-promoted crap

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