One is horrific and filled with terrors. The other is terrifying and filled with horrors. This is Betrayal at Baldur's Gate vs Betrayal at House on the Hill.
Darkness rises over Arkham, and only you and your fellow adventurers can stop it - what is the difference between Pandemic and Pandemic: Reign of Cthulhu?
A quick look at our second impressions of Gloomhaven and how we got to know our characters a lot better. Mindthieves rule.
We've started a new Gloomhaven campaign and played three missions. Here are the first impressions of the biggest game I've ever played.
These are our House Rules for Zombies!!!, designed to make the game faster paced, more difficult, and more like a horror movie.
Descent and D&D are two thematically similar games, but that are very different at the same time. Both are awesome in their own right. Let's look at how they compare.
Sub Terra is an awesome game about teamwork, horror, and staying alive. This is our advice on how to survive in one of the most amazing co-op games on the market.
Friday is a solely solo board game, based around the idea of learning skills to survive on an island. This is our review of the game.
Board games and adult themes do not often go hand in hand. As a medium, the humble board game has been synonymous with childhood since Monopoly started getting mass produced in the early 1900s. Most people, when they think of tabletop games, think of the likes of Cluedo or Catan. They may even think about... Continue Reading →
Last week I ordered a couple of RPG core sets to read through as an alternative to D&D. Although there isn't anything intrinsically wrong with D&D, I've been playing the D20 system my entire life (through either D&D or similar RPGs) and fancied a bit of a change. With that in mind, I thought it... Continue Reading →
Two days ago I was treated to Logan. The movie is the latest in a long line of X-Men movies and, after the abomination that was X-Men: Apocalypse it was a welcome addition to the genre. That being said, Hugh Jackman never disappoints, and once again he brought the iconic character of Wolverine to life on... Continue Reading →
Azathoth, The Daemon Sultan, come'th and he comes with fog and vampires. Let me start this review by saying that I am a huge fan of the Cthulhu/Lovecraft Mythos. I loved it right at the beginning of my gaming career when Cthulhu Fluxx was one of the first games I bought. Now, I still love the mythology, however, that... Continue Reading →