Star Wars X-Wing 2nd Edition

Buckle up pilot, it’s time to dog fight in a Galaxy far, far away. Star Wars X-Wing is back with a second edition to the tactical space combat game. X-Wing Second Edition puts you in control of your own squadron of starfighters to engage in tactical space combat. Following in the footsteps of the first edition,…

A Song of Ice & Fire – Tabletop Miniatures Game

When you play the game of thrones, you win or die. A Song of Ice & Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game allows players to take control of their favorite Houses from the novels, and lead them into battle against their opponents.  The starter set comes with both the Stark and Lannister armies and everything else to get…

Fallout Wasteland Warfare – Review

Fallout comes to your tables with this Skirmish based combat focused board game, but does it have the potential to be S.P.E.C.I.A.L or not? This product was provided for free. What’s it about? Fallout Wasteland Warfare sees the beloved Fallout series come to your tabletop once again as you build a crew from a wide…

Legend of the Five Rings: The Card Game – Review

Rokugan is a land of Samurai a land where honour is strong. You will wage war with the other clans, using steel, cunning and deception to outsmart your opponent in this living card game. Players: 2Age Rating: 14+Time to play: 45-90 MinutesDesigner: Brad Andres, Erik Dahlman, Nate FinchPublisher: Fantasy Flight GamesPrice: £36.99 RRP What do you…

Rising Sun – Review

As the Kami descend from the heavens to reshape the land in their image, it’s up to you to lead your clan to victory. Use your political skills and negotiate alliances to further your cause, worship the Kami to gain their favour, or recruit monsters of legend and bolster your forces, use your resources wisely…

Board Games: The Solo Experience

If you’re a regular around here, you’ll know we review board games, we often review a pretty wide variety of games from quick to play party games to epic fantasy adventures that take hours to complete. I would say that I tend to prefer games with miniatures and co-operative games. That’s not to say that…

Dreadball Review

Dreadball is the kind of sport you’d expect to see in Sci-Fi film, where you have a jock character playing the lead role as the Captain of the team – by day he’s cracking heads and leaving his opponents with bloody noses, taking home the MVP trophy and being an all-round hunk. But by night…

More Tales from Gloomhaven

I barely play any other board game now, Gloomhaven has taken over almost completely, we are under its control like that parasite/ zombie fungus that takes over ants brains and controls them. Gloomhaven is Skynet of the cardboard world. With so much content to play through in the game, there are lots of stories to…

Sunshine Blogger Award

A huge thank you to The Zerathulu Review for nominating me for a Sunshine Blogger Award! The rules Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you in a blog post and link back to their blog. Answer the 11 questions the blogger asked you. Nominate new blogs to receive the award and write them 11 new questions. List…

Tao Long Review

Tao Long is a game of cat and mouse for two players, except that you’re both cats and mice at the same time trying to outsmart and defeat each other, but you’re also not those things because you’re actually dragons. Make sense? Good! Packaged in a lovely looking box accompanied by beautiful artwork, interesting lore…