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Written by: Matt Drake
#Remember right after the Lord of the Rings movies came out, and every fourth board game that came out was all about the movies? And you would use worker placement or roll-and-move or cooperative puzzle g...
May 16th, 2012
Written by: San Il Defanso
#I made a strange realization a week or so ago. For all of my Ameritrash leanings and pretensions, I usually like games by Martin Wallace. Wallace usually designs dense economic games with drab names that...
May 15th, 2012
Written by: Matt Drake
#A reader asked if I would review Radekai, and mentioned that it was available on close-out at Target. Since I love to give people what they want (as long as it involves me talking about games), I went ou...
May 9th, 2012
Written by: Ken B
# Come on in for Next of Ken, where in this week's column we'll bid farewell to a music great, gush unabashedly about The Avengers, and review two Alderac offerings in Thunderstone Advance: Towers of Rui...
May 7th, 2012
Written by: Michael Barnes
# Role selection & move.
May 3th, 2012
Written by: Matt Drake
#The other day, my wife called me and told me I just got a package from Athens. I thought she meant the Athens that's in Texas, because I live in Texas and couldn't really figure out why I would be gettin...
May 2th, 2012
Written by: San Il Defanso
#Sometimes the best game experiences come from trying something new. If I hadn't taken the plunge and bought Battlestar Galactica, I wouldn't have gotten into the Ameritrash scene. If I had never agreed t...
May 1th, 2012
Written by: MattDP
#In a curious co-incidence, just as I was bemoaning a lack of proper wargames on the iPad, the wonderfully named Slitherine Software (apparently a subsidiary of the well-known digital wargames studio Matr...
April 30th, 2012
Written by: Michael Barnes
# Ayeeieeieeeeeeee, wa wa wa.
April 26th, 2012
Written by: Ken B
# Come on in for another home-cooked episode of Next of Ken, where on this week's platter I'll be serving up more thoughts on moving (yeah!  Groovin'?  YEAH!), Dick Clark's passing, companies' restockin...
April 25th, 2012
Written by: Steve Oksienik
#  Two-player games have a special place in my home because most of my gaming is done with my wife. We're always on the lookout for games that are either built for 2 or work well for 2. In addition, my ...
April 24th, 2012
Written by: Matt Drake
#If you were to tell me that Wizards of the Coast was going to make a D&D game about ruling the city of Waterdeep, I would not have been surprised. But if you told me that game was going to be a worker-pl...
April 19th, 2012
Written by: Matt Drake
#Lately, I've become fascinated with cooperative storytelling games. I've always had a soft spot for roleplaying, but some part of me has always thought it was not fair that one guy had to do endless hour...
April 12th, 2012
Written by: Ken B
# Come on in for your latest dose of Next of Ken, the column that may or may not cure genital warts.  This week, I'll talk about Sucker Punch (wait, don't go, I won't talk about it long!) and Game of Th...
April 10th, 2012
Written by: Michael Barnes
# On the Table Epic Spell Wars of the Battle Wizards: Duel at Mount Skullzfyre. That should be enough to get you interested in playing this game or at least reading this review.
April 5th, 2012
Written by: Matt Drake
#I really like racing games, but there are just not enough of them that are awesome. There are some that are very smart games, but they feel about as action-packed as a geriatric bowel movement. Then ther...
April 4th, 2012
Written by: Michael Barnes
#D&D makes its saving throw against Cube Confusion
March 29th, 2012
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