Posts Tagged ‘Preview’

Burning Rome Kickstarter Review

Posted on July 20th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Burning Rome Kickstarter Review

I grew up a stone’s throw from the city of Chester, famous for being an ancient Roman city and having some of them oldest city walls in the country. As such the sight of a man dressed as a Roman legionnaire touting entrance to the Deva museum (Deva being the Roman name for Chester) was a common sight. And because this was such a perfect opportunity for a school trip, I should be no stranger to Roman history, but all that I can remember is that the Romans used to eat dormice.

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First Look: Nemesis

Posted on July 10th, 2017 under , , , , , . Posted by

At the UK Games Expo we got to see something very special, it wasn’t something that was on a stand or something you could play. Instead it was an early prototype of a game called Nemesis – a game we have been following for some time and even called it one of our most anticipated games of the year – and it looks glorious.
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First Look: Nemesis

Posted on July 10th, 2017 under , , , , , . Posted by

At the UK Games Expo we got to see something very special, it wasn’t something that was on a stand or something you could play. Instead it was an early prototype of a game called Nemesis – a game we have been following for some time and even called it one of our most anticipated games of the year – and it looks glorious.
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UK Games Expo 2017: Batman the Boardgame

Posted on June 15th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Batman the Boardgame first look review

 Batman!

Quite frankly there is part of me that wants to leave this preview as just one word and some photos, but that would be unprofessional of me (although professionalism does seem to always be out of Polyhedron Collider’s grasp) so custom dictates I should annotate the pictures of the quite frankly gorgeous prototype minis with some explanation and musings.

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UK Games Expo 2017: Batman the Boardgame

Posted on June 15th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Batman the Boardgame first look review

 Batman!

Quite frankly there is part of me that wants to leave this preview as just one word and some photos, but that would be unprofessional of me (although professionalism does seem to always be out of Polyhedron Collider’s grasp) so custom dictates I should annotate the pictures of the quite frankly gorgeous prototype minis with some explanation and musings.

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Fog Of War Cards Review

Posted on June 14th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by


Battlefront will soon we releasing Command Cards.  The Command Cards, at this time, represent three releases.  One is specifically for the British, one for the Germans in MW and one that is not nation specific called the Fog Of War Cards.  Today, we will be taking a look at the Fog of War release and how it may affect play for Flames of War in the future for both casual and tournament play.

It is imperative to read and review the post on the use of the cards from the Flames of War website before you read the cards to understand how they are played.

Below are all the cards.  We review them in detail on the Why We Fight Podcast and I encourage you all to read through and draw your own conclusions.  We have a summary of our thoughts at the end of the article.  The cards are said to be used in the Dust Up and Free For All missions.  I believe that they could be incorporated in the Annihilation mission as well.  Currently, the cards are not designed to be used in any other missions.
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UK Games Expo: Dice Forge First Look

Posted on June 14th, 2017 under , , , , , . Posted by

Dice forge uk games expo review

If I was to simply say Dice Forge is Dominion but with dice,  this will not only convey the whole gist of Dice Forge, but also everything that may get you excited or worried about Libellud’s upcoming release. Asmodee and Esdevium were showing off a late prototype of the game at the UK Games Expo 2017 and I got myself a seat to grab a game, well actually my wife saw the game loved the artwork and quickly jumped at the two empty places to give Dice Forge a go.

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UK Games Expo: Dice Forge First Look

Posted on June 14th, 2017 under , , , , , . Posted by

Dice forge uk games expo review

If I was to simply say Dice Forge is Dominion but with dice,  this will not only convey the whole gist of Dice Forge, but also everything that may get you excited or worried about Libellud’s upcoming release. Asmodee and Esdevium were showing off a late prototype of the game at the UK Games Expo 2017 and I got myself a seat to grab a game, well actually my wife saw the game loved the artwork and quickly jumped at the two empty places to give Dice Forge a go.

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Previewing The Lost Expedition: A Better Way of Dying of Dysentery Than Playing the Oregon Trail Card Game

Posted on June 11th, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

I had plenty of misgivings when someone at a recent boardgame meetup trotted out the Oregon Trail as a candidate

The Blacksmith’s Guild

Posted on June 6th, 2017 under , , , , , , , , , , . Posted by

Steamforged Games announced the Blacksmiths Guild a few weeks ago. If you missed it, you can find their original article about the Blacksmiths Guild HERE. Today it’s […]

Realm Master Kickstarter Review

Posted on May 25th, 2017 under , , , , , . Posted by

Realm master board game kickstarter review

The more board games you play, the more you notice mechanics and concepts shared between various games. It’s actually one of those great things about learning to play a game, when you realise that there is a common DNA with another game, or a new game takes something familiar to you and mixes it up, using it in a way that you weren’t expecting. Unfortunately this sometimes leads to games feeling very similar, or sharing so many mechanics that it’s hard to differentiate them.
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Realm Master Kickstarter Review

Posted on May 25th, 2017 under , , , , , . Posted by

Realm master board game kickstarter review

The more board games you play, the more you notice mechanics and concepts shared between various games. It’s actually one of those great things about learning to play a game, when you realise that there is a common DNA with another game, or a new game takes something familiar to you and mixes it up, using it in a way that you weren’t expecting. Unfortunately this sometimes leads to games feeling very similar, or sharing so many mechanics that it’s hard to differentiate them.
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Coming Soon: Grinning Skull’s first adventure module, The Witch’s Daughter!

Posted on May 19th, 2017 under , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Posted by

Well, almost ready for release is the first Grinning Skull Adventure module, “The Witch’s Daughter”, Other than these few images, I’m not telling you too much, other than a little tease of a few pages. It’ll be on sale in a few days, and I’ll tell you more then!

Coming Soon: Grinning Skull’s first adventure module, The Witch’s Daughter!

Posted on May 19th, 2017 under , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Posted by

Well, almost ready for release is the first Grinning Skull Adventure module, “The Witch’s Daughter”, Other than these few images, I’m not telling you too much, other than a little tease of a few pages. It’ll be on sale in a few days, and I’ll tell you more then!

GMG Exclusive Infinity N3 Preview – Hassassin Ayyar for Haqqislam

Posted on May 18th, 2017 under , , , , , . Posted by

Farsight Kickstarter Review

Posted on April 28th, 2017 under , , , , , . Posted by

Farsight Kickstarter Review

Big bastard robots!

That’s what my podcast co-host and Polyhedron Collider writer said to me when I showed him some details about Farsight, the new game from Braincrack games that the entire Polyhedron Collider crew got to play on Tabletopia this week along with Lewis from Braincrack. And the game certainly is about big bastard robots, with a mix of game-play from Space Marine, Stratego and Heroes of Normandie.

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Farsight Kickstarter Review

Posted on April 28th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Farsight Kickstarter Review

Big bastard robots!

That’s what my podcast co-host and Polyhedron Collider writer said to me when I showed him some details about Farsight, the new game from Braincrack games that the entire Polyhedron Collider crew got to play on Tabletopia this week along with Lewis from Braincrack. And the game certainly is about big bastard robots, with a mix of game-play from Space Marine, Stratego and Heroes of Normandie.

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GMG Exclusive Infinity Preview – Nomad Gecko Pilot

Posted on April 22nd, 2017 under , , , , , , , . Posted by