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Written by: Michael Barnes
#Hyperbolea.
October 23th, 2014
Written by: San Il Defanso
There is no genre of game with which I have quite the same love-hate relationship as traitor games. Part of this is just plain old burnout, since it’s a popular genre over the last several years and on...
October 21th, 2014
Written by: Michael Barnes
# Or, The Leather Beard versus The Rubber Hobo
October 16th, 2014
Written by: San Il Defanso
#The last two designs from Carl Chudyk were both, in their own way, brilliant. Glory to Rome built on the groundwork laid by San Juan to create a nuanced production game, probably one of the best card gam...
October 14th, 2014
Written by: MattDP
#It's rare that the first thing to strike you about a book is a noise. But here, it was. After being so excited by the Starter Set, I couldn't wait to get into this. So I ignored the cover and opened the ...
October 13th, 2014
Written by: Michael Barnes
# Don't fear the Reaver(s)
October 9th, 2014
Written by: Michael Barnes
# Holla for Cathala!
October 2th, 2014
Written by: MattDP
#At age eight I was rummaging through a book stall at an agricultural fair, and I found a book that would change my life. It was “What is Dungeons & Dragons” and it stood out like a monstrous thumb am...
September 29th, 2014
Written by: Michael Barnes
#The arthouse 4x game.
September 25th, 2014
Written by: San Il Defanso
#It’s a common misconception that playing a lot of games means you are good at them. There are obviously some games that only pay off with experience, where knowing the rules will surely give you an adv...
September 23th, 2014
Written by: MattDP
#It's been a little while, but I'm back with another wargame review for Shut Up & Sit Down. Except it isn't a wargame at all. I'm looking at Euro-in-wargame's clothes Race to the Rhine. Except it isn't a...
September 22th, 2014
Written by: Michael Barnes
#All Hail the Master of Theme.
September 18th, 2014
13. Reviews
Written by: San Il Defanso
#Since I’ve been in the hobby, I don’t think there’s been an event quite like the 2009 release of the 3rd edition of Space Hulk. There was a lot about it that we may never see again. It was before e...
September 15th, 2014
Written by: Patrick Sullivan
#Lots of heart but not enough substance to rise above other documentaries. This film follows different people that have decided to do the 500-mile trek of the Camino Pilgrimage to some big church in Santi...
September 14th, 2014
15. Reviews
Written by: Michael Barnes
#That's MR. El Grande to you, chief.
September 11th, 2014
Written by: Patrick Sullivan
#Heard from my wife upon exiting the movie theatre, "That was the best movie you've taken me to in at least five years." This is pretty high praise because I've brought her to some real masterpieces but a...
September 6th, 2014
17. Reviews
Written by: Michael Barnes
#Not quite enough gun, son.
September 4th, 2014
Written by: Matt Drake
#Ah, it’s that time of year again – GenCon week. You can smell the excitement in the air. For those of you who have not been here before, it smells like hair grease and buttcrack sweat. I freaking hat...
September 3th, 2014
19. Reviews
Written by: MattDP
#I'd wager that the Eastern Front of World War 2 is the most common setting for board games, ever. More so than the far future, or a Tolkienesque fantasy or even satisfying the whims of Renaissance nobles...
August 25th, 2014
Written by: Patrick Sullivan
#Foreign films can provide a new breath of fresh air if you are feeling like Hollywood has been too predictable as of late. Here is almost-a-Western taking place in a Kurdish village in the Bermuda trian...
August 22th, 2014
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