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Five Second Reviews
Black BarneyBlack Barney   December 05, 2016   91  
This movie, it make-a me cry! I took my five-year old daughter to see this on Sunday thinking it would be a sure-fire homerun for her. This movie ended up surprising me in many ways. 1. I liked it far more than she did. She also is probably the only kid in the world who didn't love Frozen (she prefers Inside Out, Shaun the Sheep). 2. I never thought I'd enjoy the music and songs as much as I did. I thought they were great. ...
Boardgame Reviews
MattDPMattDP   November 28, 2016   2698  
There's little sadder than finding out a favourite toy is broken. So it was with A Few Acres of Snow. After enjoying a few months in the gaming limelight, someone found out it was bust. If you don't know why it's bust you're best left in ignorance so we'll not elaborate. Suffice to say that even the designer agreed and proclaimed the game impossible to fix. And so a promising new avenue of deck-building design turned out to be a short cul-de-sac of disappointment. We all moved on. All except for Daniel Berger. ...
Michael BarnesMichael Barnes   November 21, 2016   371  
 This time...Satan is Helping Children!
Boardgame Reviews
Michael BarnesMichael Barnes   November 14, 2016   637  
Rubbing is not racing this time out.
Five Second Reviews
Black BarneyBlack Barney   November 11, 2016   242  
I'm not sure where to even start with this one. There are so many scenes done in such a unique way that I haven't seen before. It's a tough movie to talk about since I went in not knowing a single thing other than the title, so I wouldn't want to spoil any plot surprises. It's weird that I saw this in the same year I saw Closet Monster because this is the perfected version of the other. It is almost as good as Boyhood and follows the same idea of...
MattDPMattDP   October 31, 2016   912  
If you caught my Mansions of Madness review the other week, you'll have gathered I was both impressed and disappointed by the game. The experience of playing is unique, but it feels overpriced especially given limited replay value out of the box. All that, however, has the potential to change given where the game goes in the future. On that basis I asked for, and got, the opportunity to chat to the designer Nikki Valens and Keith Hurley, VP of Media and Interactive at Fantasy Flight. I wanted to explore the game design, the motivation for...
Boardgame Reviews
MattDPMattDP   October 24, 2016   1020  
The first time I took delivery of X-Wing ships, their quality just blew me away. Over nine full waves and the odd side release, we've become bored by perfection. Cracking open the clamshell on this batch, assembling dials and storing away the models felt almost mechanical. Then I sat down to makes some lists to test them out. It took two hours to make one competitive fleet for each of the three factions. Two hours I could have spent playing instead. I know that for list based games like X-Wing, making rosters is kind of playing....
Podcasts from Around the Web
BootsBoots   October 17, 2016   832  

Podcast Details

Episode - 01 "Beginnings and Endings"
Horror Movies
Junk Food
Join Mike and Josh on a new Podcasting adventure, as they run down a few of their favorite horror movie endings.
Talisman Adventure Deck
wadenelswadenels   October 17, 2016   821  
We have a group that plays big games of Talisman with every expansion a few times a year, and I like to get my own games together from time to time.  Our big games always have all the Adventure Cards mixed together into one giant deck.  I decided for my games I'd rather have a smaller and more coherent decks centered around various themes.
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