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.
The Holiday Season in full swing, and with that in mind we thought we would look at some our favourite games we have played in 2017. From Scythe to Sub Terra.
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.
When is it right to go with the theme of a game over going with the rules? And, how important are win conditions over getting everyone out alive? Let's chat games and ethics.
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.
A spoiler free review for Exit the Game: The Abandoned Cabin, an Escape Room type board game based around the notion of having to solve puzzles to escape.
A spoiler free review for Exit the Game: The Pharaoh's Tomb. The game is set in Egypt and has you escape danger in the Valley of Kings. Exciting?
Last weekend we managed to play through a few of the games we have been meaning to get through for a while. During that time we played the X-Files game (reviewed yesterday) and also a new classic that has been making the board game circuit for the past few years. We wanted to see if... Continue Reading →
The Truth is out there, Mulder. But so are lies. The X-Files is a truly amazing series. So much so, that when I found someone selling the game on Amazon, brand new, for £15 I had to give it a go. Having spent a few hours playing the game I thought that I have to... Continue Reading →