Written by mikecl
April 04, 2013
Behind the façade of the great Gotham City lies an active underworld of criminal activity. In Batman: Gotham City Strategy Game, you'll play as one of Gotham City's greatest villains – The Joker, The Penguin, Killer Croc, or Two-Face — and lead your gang of henchmen to try to become the King of Crime in Gotham City! But beware, as your hold on the city increases, so does the chance of your plans being foiled by Gotham's protector – Batman!
Written by San Il Defanso
April 01, 2013
Coup is an unassuming game. The first time through felt obvious, if pleasant. The second time through it felt a little richer. Every time it ended, I wanted to play again. I’ve now played between 10-12 games, and each time it goes just a little deeper. If it was any longer, I’d call it a grower. But I’ll have to settle for simply calling it the best “micro” game I’ve played since For Sale. Coup is subtle, devious, and layered. It has a depth that far outstrips its mere 15-minute playtime. Each player has two cards, representing...
Written by Michael Barnes
March 28, 2013
Still not the perfect superhero game.
Written by Ken B.
March 27, 2013
I apologize to my readers for a vacation-fueled absence, but as the saying on Fortress: AT goes, "Hey, Ken's back!" This week I'm doing the first part of my 2012 Year in Review, with some of my thoughts on the trends of 2012 and my biggest gaming disappointment of the year. Don't make me use this mustache...join us, won't you?