Written by Sagrilarus
May 24, 2013
For the last few months I've been sitting on an article, largely because my understanding of the subject matter changes every two weeks. My son aged 12 has been attending a Strategy Gaming "club" that meets on alternate Saturdays for six to eight hours per session. Lunch is eaten on the fly, coaching occurs throughout the session and after-action reports occur at the end of the day. Conquest of the Empire, Axis & Allies, Joan of Arc, mostly long DoaM games where conflict and long-term goals are featured...
Written by repoman
May 23, 2013
When you walk up to the velvet rope at the door of The Crystal Palace but get told that you aren't cool enough to enter, when you shuffle away with your self esteem in tatters and your spirits low, when you then run into a powerful sorceress who has a proclivity for practical jokes, when you offer to become her assistant but instead she informs you that you shall be her latest punchline as she turns you into a talking donkey, when you then follow your spirit guide in the form of a ghostly mule to the land of...
Written by nichols92on
May 16, 2013
Crowdfunding is a blessing to the gaming community. We the gamers are now in complete control of what we will play. Take a browse through the Games section on Kickstarter. People out there are waiting for backers for games that they spent countless hours dreaming over. Their entire future rests in fingers typing up credit card numbers and PayPal accounts. It is absolutely stunning to look at the numbers. 85 cents of every dollar funded has gone to a successful game. However, one game out of every three that gets posted meets their quota. That means that...
Written by DukeofChutney
May 13, 2013
Pax, I'm told is latin for peace. I'm not sure why its so popular for titling games about war though.
I don't know anything about the Con Pax east, thats not what I'm yattering about there. No its games with the word Pax in them
Pax Porfiriana, and Pax Baltica, two reviews below;
Written by SuperflyTNT
May 08, 2013
Alright, Circus fans, this is going to be a good one, so strap on your seat belt and let me take you downtown where the hookers and cheap heroin is. You see, there are very few games that I think are a solid 10 rating based on factors such as production quality, value, and the most important aspect of any game, the level of fun it provides. Well, Mission Command: Sea isn't a perfect 10, but it's pretty damned close. The one thing that it lacks, the one thing holding it back from a destiny of greatness, is just...