March 30, 2017
The boys are back and the beers are in. It’s the Totally CRIT Crew with another episode of their fantastical brand of podcasting entertainment. This is episode #25 I will edit in a title… For this episode Rob, John and James settle in for discussion of all things CRIT. Starting with a breakdown of What the CRIT they’ve been up to hobby wise, with musings on painting, terrain building and the virtue of entering buildings.
Then it’s on to Games and CRIT and time for the boys to break it down for Totally CRIT Open 9. Their trials, their tribulations, their victories and their defeats. Discussing among other things the merits of player-TOs, speed of play, the value of order spam, and just why is it so good? We cover meta, game mechanics, and the causes of all this grief. We even remember to talk about the games we played.
Finally, we round things off with Community CRIT where we discuss the qualifiers for this year’s UK Infinity Masters. And hit wild tangents like which American Football teams we like. Then it’s time for a Totally CRIT competition…
What the CRIT: 3m10
Games & CRIT - part 1: 24m34
Games & CRIT - part 2: 1h41m37
Community CRIT & Competition: 2h21m36
March 1, 2017
Are you ready? Are you ready for CRIT? Are you hanging on the edge of your seat? Out of the doorway the CRITs rip, to the sound of the beat!
Hey we’re back in the saddle again with Totally CRIT episode 24 - Who's that Guy? This time Rob, John and Chris sally forth raiding the airwaves with their meandering, baffling, wild and often incendiary discussion. They start the show gently with a friendly chat about what they’ve been up to in What the CRIT. Where they cover all the hobby fun they’ve had over the last few weeks.
However all bets are off when the boys dare to discuss the etiquette of gaming in Community CRIT, friends soon become foes, reason gives way to obstinance, the sky falls and hell opens, but don’t worry folks… they kiss and make up! What was causing all this? Well it was listener email. Damn their ears!
What the CRIT: 3m10
Community CRIT – part 1: 40m53
Community CRIT - part 2: 1h24m44
January 10, 2017
We know you like Totally CRIT, so here’s some more CRIT for ya. Rob, John and Chris are back and swapping war stories. In episode #23 Limit your Insertion, formally known as CRIT on the ITS Express, remixed and remastered for added strength and superior length. Now with added Games and CRIT.
The CRIT crew give us a brief rundown of what they’ve been up to since last we met, in What the CRIT. With great yarns and tales of Rob and John’s adventures at SCTS IV Festive Warfare in Bournemouth. Then it’s time for the crew to delve deep, go long, furrow their brows and clench their cheeks. As they try to understand the ramifications and tactics required for ITS Limited Insertion.
What the CRIT: 3m07
Games and CRIT: 49m49
December 13, 2016
The wheels are off the bus, and the inmates are running the asylum, but that’s just business as usual for the Totally CRIT Crew. It’s time for another episode of your favourite irrelevant Infinity podcast, and we’ve got a doozy for you. It’s episode #22: Of Onyx, Service and CRITs. We join Rob and John as they guide us through just what the heck they’ve been doing lately in Games and CRIT. First up John gives us the word on his latest fancy the Onyx Contact Force. Then in part two we join Rob as he guides us through a return to his Infinity roots in the form of Yu Jing’s Imperial Service.
Games and CRIT part 1: 4m52
Games and CRIT part 2: 1h01m58
September 12, 2016
The internet’s favourite Infinity team return and combine their powers once again for the good of the Human Sphere. James, John, Chris and Rob unite for episode #21 of Totally CRIT, ‘War what is it good for?’. In this episode we give you a rundown of our antics in What the CRIT, followed by the latest UK Infinity Masters update in CRITical News. Then it’s time for the main event where we have a CRIT Chat with Grantt Ennis, the man behind of Artof War Studios purveyors of quality Wargaming tokens and terrain.
What theCRIT: 1m54
CRIT chat: 59m36