It is no secret that we like games that have some type of asymmetrical component to it and VAST: The Crystal Caverns has this. The fact that each individual has […]
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In our Pandemic: The Cure review, we take a look at a dice rolling version of the very popular disease-fighting game Pandemic!
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Conference season is upon me again, which means two things – less time to play Warhammer and more time waiting in airport lounges. So once again, I turn to the […]
The Storm has officially finished Gathering, and we’ve dusted off a Primarch for the climax of the trilogy of books introducing us to the new, more dynamic, higher stakes 40K […]
In our Eight Epics review, we’ll take a look at a cooperative dice rolling game where players have to use their heroes to take care of threats around the world.
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Third and last part of russian tank week is the KV-1 / KV-2 heavy tank kit by Warlord Games / Italeri. The russian heavy tank in 28mm / 1:56 scale is manufactured at Italeri and covers enough pieces to build either the KV-1 heavy tank or the KV-2 heavy assault tank. The KV series was […]
In our Police Precinct board game review, we will take a look at a cooperative game in which you and your friends are trying to catch a murderer.
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Next up in russian tank week is the tank destroyer / assault gun kit SU-85 / SU-122 by Rubicon Models in this review. The SU tanks were built upon the chassis of the T-34 medium tank. The SU-85 was a self-propelled gun, the SU-122 an assault gun. The SU-122 was meant to fill the needs […]
Welcome to russian tank week, comrade! Start of this short series of 3 russian tank reviews will be the IS-3, Iossif Stalin, heavy tank recently released by Warlord Games for Bolt Action and Konflikt 47. As the IS-3 is a mail order only product of Warlord Games, it is made to order and does not […]
I’ve just picked up my FREE copy of the 4th Edition rules for Flames of War. Battlefront are giving away copies this weekend to anyone showing their old 3rd edition rules, so existing players don’t have to buy the rules again. They did this when 3rd Ed…
The first thing to point out about what I think is a very handy little reference is that the title is a complete misnomer. Written in 1987 the Today in the title very much refers to the Army Air Corps of yesterday and you will certainly struggle …
In december I already covered the Rubicon multi-variant kit of the M10/M36 Tank Destroyer, now it is time in this review to take a closer look on the M10 Tank Destroyer by Warlord Games / Italeri. This is a 1:56 / 28mm scale kit manufactured by Italeri, so much closer to a model kit. The […]
There are some serious changes afoot in the 40K setting – Cadia has fallen, the Damocles Gulf is literally on fire, and the Space Wolf vs. Thousand Sons slugfest is […]
RDTN Episode 113: Mare Nostrum, Conflict of Heroes – Guadalcanal, Kingsport Festival – The Card Game, 50 Hours of Gaming
We have been trying for weeks to get Mare Nostrum Empires by Academy Games to the table and it is a shame that it took so long. Yeah, it is a […]
North Star Rogue Stars Official FiguresOsprey’s Rogue Stars has been out since December and following its fan Facebook page and thread over at the Lead Adventure Forum (LAF) the seems to generate a decent initial interest and modest following. Nothing …
The latest supplement for Frostgrave was once again financed by Nickstarter, Northstar’s own crowdfunding solution, and brought along with the “Forgotten Pacts” expansion a brand new box of plastic miniatures. This set of multi-part barbarians will be covered in this review. Inside the kit, that is offered at a price of 20 GBP, you’ll find […]
Miniatures gaming is an inherently visual hobby – if it wasn’t we could all play hex-and-counter games on the piles of money we’d save not buying miniatures. And with that […]
In our spoiler-free Pandemic Legacy review, we take a look at a cooperative game that happens to be the top-rated board game in existence!
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Known for its impressive details, the Bandai Star Wars product line did not disappoint in this regard when producing the BB-8 and R2-D2 model kits. Strangely enough, despite being a fan since the very beginning I’ve never owned any of collectible of th…