Posts Tagged ‘Fantasy Flight Games’

X-Wing Speculation

Posted on September 25th, 2016 under , , , , , , . Posted by

So I have been having a large sort out and wondering what I can do with getting rid off and what I could replace it with? Now X-Wing has always been there out of the corner of my eye teasing me. Why I hear you ask; its so unlike anything you guys have seen me … Continue reading X-Wing Speculation

First Playthrough of Mansions of Madness

Posted on September 20th, 2016 under , , , . Posted by

Steven, Lydia, and Eric Riha play through Mansions of Madness on Twitch! The team of investigators is barely holding it together by the end- and Lydia is barely keeping her eyes open… but take a look at how this fantastic game from Fantasy Flight Gam…

The Polyhedron Collider Cast Episode 11: Games Workshop and Fantasy Flight Games Split

Posted on September 18th, 2016 under , , , , . Posted by

Saddened by the demise of the partnership between Fantasy Flight Games and Games Workshop, Jon takes some time away from the podcast to mourn the loss of Talisman. In his absence Andy and Steve discuss what effect the split will have and what will happen to our favourite Warhammer board games. 

We also discuss two new Kickstarters, No Honor Among Thieves and Brides and Bribes and answer a round of questions from the mail bag.

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Fantasy Flight Games and Games Workshop Have Parted Ways

Posted on September 9th, 2016 under , , , , , , , . Posted by

Fantasy Flight Games and Games Workshop Have Parted Ways

A lot of new games were announced by Fantasy Flight Games at Gen Con, so many in fact my credit card company is rubbing its hands with glee at the prospect of the number of games I will be buying over the coming months.  However there was one glaring omission, and one surprise announcement. For now let’s concentrate on the omission; no new board games based on Games Workshop licences were announced. No Warhammer. No 40k. No new Talisman expansions. Not even news about the continued releases for Warhammer 40,000 Conquest.
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Fury Of Dracula Review

Posted on August 19th, 2016 under , , , . Posted by

Fury Of Dracula Board game Review

It’s probably pretty obvious to you that, as the writer of board game reviews, I consider myself to be a bit of a geek. Others consider me to be quite a lot of a geek, although that’s the polite ones. I won’t mention what the others call me; Polyhedron Collider would probably ask me to stop writing. The point is, as a geek I have pale skin, don’t like daylight and take particular offense to being stabbed through the heart with a wooden stake. It seems that I share a few things in common with Vampires, which came in handy recently as I played through The Fury of Dracula from Fantasy Flight Games.
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Gen Con 2016 Coverage 25: Arc Dream Publishing – Delta Green

Posted on August 13th, 2016 under , , , , , , , , , , , , . Posted by

I had the chance to sit down with the crew of Arc Dream Publishing at Gen Con and we talked about everything Delta Green.  It’s long but there is a lot of good info in here if you are just starting out. This was one of my more interesting interviews at Gen Con this year.

Doom: The Board Game

Posted on August 11th, 2016 under , , , , , , , , , , , , . Posted by

One of the games drew a lot of attention at the Gen Con in Indianapolis. This game is called Doom. This is a two-to-five player card-based game that took much of the inspiration for its mechanics from FFG’s marvelous Star wars: Imperial Assault. One player takes control of the malicious demons spawning them into the […]

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Mansions of Madness Second Edition Announced

Posted on July 25th, 2016 under , , , , . Posted by

Mansions of Madness Second Edition Announced
Update: As soon as I post my article Fantasy Flight Games post the official announcement with lots more details and images 

Original Article: As I’m writing this there is no news on the Fantasy Flight Games website, but via YouTube the gaming company have announced a second edition of Mansion of Madness, and it’s rather different from the first.

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