Jay More: I liked this episode. Mainly, cause it reminded me of game night as a kid. I mean being competitive is what make game play fun. U size up ur opponent and see who a sleeping shark
WinterxSummerXFall: CHAOS play against Heartason. XD
Lidia Cruz: After watching so many episodes, sometimes I do wonder if Will actually plays to win. He is always really helpful towards novice players and he is always making "mistakes". Honestly, he has only seen truly sad for losing like three times. So, no. I don't feel sorry for Will because watching over new players while playing your own game is what older siblings that are not assholes do. It takes a real grown person to be always last and make other's happy.
Tony: As soon as I can, I am going to buy the Deluxe edition!!!!!!!!
RazzleDazzle114: Wil kinda screwed himself over from the start by trying to focus on paintings. Since he has that special ability, letting him grab all the vistas would just give him free win, so blocking him is a good strategical choice, not just a pickle move - he should've foreseen that and diversified his income.
Lominoth Productions: ALL GLORY TO THE HYPNO TOAD!
bubusdori: I really like this game, it's so interesting and beautiful :) Thank you for making this video.
Michael Kofman: I really enjoyed this one. Going to pick up the game for our next game night
Rashad Madison: love this game and love seeing will lose for some reason.
Michael Brown: Watching this 2 years and some change later, I want to note that J. August Richards has yet come back for another episode of Tabletop.
I think it was "making it rain" that sealed his fate.
Zachary Maizes: SALMON SUSHI IS THE SUPERIOR SUSHI AND FISH!!! BOW DOWN TO THE SUPERIOR SALMON!!! THE KING OF THE SEA!!!
ValierMary: That is one beautiful game!! The visuals are stunning <3
Jon Knight: Not really a fan of them all just ganging up on Wil. Why can't they just play the game? It's one thing when a player gets an early lead and then players team up on that one player, to bring him/her down... but to do so before the game has even started? Just really feels in poor form.
As someone who has been targeted because I was thought to be a threat for a game I had more experience with, which turned out to be completely bogus because of my starting position... it's not fun to be completely shut down at every turn. I don't mind losing, when I have actually gotten a chance to play. But I want a chance to actually be able to enjoy the game.
Despite that, for a game I don't particularly care for, it was an entertaining episode overall.
Weird Fish Guy: tofu is not discusting
Cucaracha Studio: We played Tokaido a lot, and it never went that intense! Come ooooon, it's a zen-mood game, not a sumo fight, you over-the-top competitive ninjas!
kuririn1975: Wil you need to get Vin Diesel in on TableTop.
leded13: anyone else find it ironic that Wil was the Friends Leader in the game? :D
chakrafiend: I think Will could have done better IF he had, like Chris said, adapted his strategy when things started going wrong for him rather than JUST sticking to paintings as his main source of points. I have won as the painter on souvenirs, on temple visits, and on most expensive food (though I got lucky and got BOTH +3 coin friend cards).
rosdaboat: Ha I'm watching wil in Star Trek right now😜
covenant11: I enjoyed this episode very much. The way the game is presented and brought to the forefront of the episode. This looks like a lovely game.
Tokaido: Jason Wishnov, J. August Richards, and Chris Kluwe join Wil Wheaton on TableTop S03E015
out of 5