Well, it's no surprise that Russ and I, having done a demo with Ross at GenCon last year, were very excited about Dust: Warfare. And when he got a rulebook early at Pax East a few weeks ago, the fire was kindled anew. And then, a couple weeks later when we went to Adepticon, hung out a bunch with Mack Martin and the FFG guys, and dropped WAY too much money on Dust figures and urban terrain (so we could commandeer empty tables all over the hotel to play whenever we liked) . . . it was like reliving our heady early 40K days.
Our newest episode, 102, went live last night and inlcudes a massive review of Dust: Warfare with guest host Romeo Fillip, click here for that episode.
Fair warning, though: We're old school mini wargame players, and so we're not approaching this from the Dust: Tactics realm . . . in fact, we tried D:T once and didn't really like it at all . . . so our point of view is very different from many of the impressions I'm getting from delving into these forums for the first time . . .
Anyway, check it out, if you're curious.
Oh, and if you've never listened before . . . fair warning. The opening skit is only 4-5 minutes long, and IS a skit, and is not, in fact, my real voice, nor is that what the entire 4+ hours of the show are like . . . oh, and another fair warning . . . each episode is somewhere north, usually, of 4 hours. But of course you don't have to listen to the whole thing. The link above includes time stamps that will tell you exactly where to find the Dust: Warfare review . . . but just think of all that Not Too Horrible Humor you'll be missing!