Betrayal at House on the Hill is a game that divides opinions. On one side it is inconsistent and a slog. On the other it is fantastic and amazing.
Sub Terra is a brutal game of cave exploration involving the players taking the roles of different characters to escape the caves. Here's why the Diver rocks.
The Betrayal at House on the Hill characters are vast and varied in their stories and statistics. The question is - how do they differ? How do they play?
Sometimes games come along that you just didn't expect. They can shock, awe, and make you adore. Here are five that shocked us into loving them.
In Space, no one can hear you scream - unless you make noise in a noisy sector. Here's our Escape from the Aliens in Outer Space review.
Meet my two Blue Horrors, known as Trial and Error. This is a test of Citadel Stormvermin Primer vs Army Painter Matt Black paint as an undercoat.
So. Much. Pink. I thought I would continue my paint review by attempting to, y'know, paint something. All games, no paint, makes Luke a bad painter.
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.