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Lovecraft and Cthulhu in 7 Days To Die

I love H.P. Lovecraft and Cthulhu lore.  The game 7 Days To Die (and my series based off of it) is one of my pride and joys.  When life gets me down, at least there is always the zombie apocalypse.  And now we’ve taken the game and changed/modded it so the zombie apocalypse is now a strange lovecraftian world full of strange monsters and eerie happenings.  I’m really excited about where we’re going with this series, and judging by the response so far, so is everyone else.  The first 2 episodes are listed below.  They always come out on Sundays.


One of the funniest things we’ve done on Game Society is our new series based off the game Yakuza 0, one of the weirdest and awesomest games I’ve seen in a long time.  Give this one a look, you won’t regret it.


Aaron and Emre are transported to a madness inducing dystopian future.


Jason Stephens brings Obama to Bolivia to play the new Ubisoft title Ghost Recon Wildlands which looks to be a pretty good game.  And Jason’s Obama is hilarious.  With a little appearance by so-called President Trump at the end.  As always, check out


Really fun game of making your own funny answers to questions.  Even better when played with 100s of people, live with my pal Jason Stephens!


Hot David was so fucking DRUNK!  2 really great games and Brett and David had some great dueling moments.

Our Yakuza 0 series continues.  We redub the characters and it’s turning into a story about how stealing a restaurant buzzer from Chili’s can end up getting you into trouble with a number of different popular restaurants like Outback Steak Dojo and Rising Lobster.  Oh, and how to properly fist someone.


The madness continues.  This is one of my favorite episodes ever of the show.  I’m a sucker for a long line of burned out cars on a highway in apocalypse stories.  LOVE making this fucking series.

Season 4 of Beer and Board Games features many classic moments and games including the whole 2 episodes of Vampire The Masquerade featuring Morgan Freeman and just a lot of chaotic hilarious off-the-cuff story-making.

Again, this game looks promising and even though I didn’t get to play it because I was working on 7 Days To Die it’s still a lot of fun to watch.



Jason Stephens brings the crazy John Madden commentary to a popular gaming championship and it’s magic.