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It's the Saturday before Gen Con. A week from now we'll be shoulder-deep in the show.
Of course, that means this weekend is full of running around like a chicken with its head cut off, trying to get everything done before heading to Indy.
But, even with all the brouhaha, there's time to bring you the reviews that you so desperately desire.

This week we have: Book of Nox Deluxe, Fishy Tactics, Agamemnon, Infinity Morat Rodoks, Tyrants of the Underdark, Scythe, Dungeon Busters, Dead of Winter: The Long Night, Portal: The Uncooperative Cake Acquistion Game, Vampire Hunters, Via Nebula, Antarctica, Titan Race, Agricola: Revised Edition, and Vikings on Board.

Congratulations! You've made it to Saturday! *throws a little party*
Mine's been busy so far. We're just a couple weeks out from Gen Con, and that means about a million little things to get done (along with a couple big things) before heading to the show. My "To Do" list is imposing, but with steady work, I'll chew through it all.
*looks at list* Hmm, "Type up Review Roundup."
Alrighty...

Today we have: Sugi, Stak Bots, Food Fighters, Infinity Combined Army Onyx Force, Galaxy Defenders: Operation Strikeback Expansion, SET, Dragonwood, Millennium Blades, Beyond Baker Street, Dark Dealings, America, Fate of the Elder Gods, Burano, Happy Party, and My Village.

Hey there, everyone. I hope you're enjoying your Saturday. Mine's not the greatest, as I'm driving back from visiting my parents. Not that visiting my parents is bad. But the 8.5 hour drive back home is. Buh. No fun at all. But at least once I'm back home I'll be able to get back into the groove of some gaming.

In the meantime, let's get you some gaming reviews.

Today we have: VS 2PCG A-Force Expansion, Conflict of Heroes Guadalcanal, Shattered Void, Wake Up Cthulhu, Oh My Gods, Scape, Legendary Dice Throwers, Blood & Fortune, Histrio, Mistborn: House War, Celestia, and Morocco.

Saturday.
Just let that sink in.
Saturday.
So wonderful.

Anyway, being Saturday, we've got our Review Roundup.

Today we've got articles on: Frontier Stations, Breaker Blocks, City Hall, Above and Below, WWE Superstar Showdown, Raid & Trade, Firefly Kalidasa Expansion, Betrayal at Calth, and a Flammpanzerwagen for Bolt Action.

Ah... Saturday.
Let's not say anything and just bask in its warming warm glowing glow for a moment.
... ... ... ... ...
Ah, much better.

And now, let's get on to our Review Roundup.

This week we have: Nations: The Dice Game, Battle at Kemble’s Cascade, Meteor, Discoveries: The Journals of Lewis & Clark, DreamForge-Games APC, D&D Miniatures: Rage of Demons Booster, Resistor Card Game, and Malifaux Plastic Minis.

It's Saturday! Hope you're getting in some gaming. As I mentioned yesterday, I'm currently getting my arm repeatedly jabbed and ink permanently applied to it. It's fun!... Really!...
Actually, it's not so bad, honestly.
And I'm sort of a wimp when it comes to needles. So if I can do it, you can, too (if you want).

But anyway, as usual, we've got our regular feature of collecting all the review articles we found all week and have them here for you now.

Included this week are reviews/previews of: Eggs and Empires, Meteor, Summoners Wars Aliiances Master Set, Dreamforge Valkir Assault Troopers, D&D Miniatures Ancient Silver Dragon, New Mars Attacks Terrain Sprues, March of the Ants, Bill Shakespeare Is Dead, Lords and Ladies, Find my Monsters, and Ion.

It's another Saturday. Hopefully you've got something fun going on.

Anyway, here's the reviews we found during the week (it was apparently a big week for posting reviews. There's quite a lot to go through).

We've got reviews/previews of: Chaos & Alchemy, Fields of Arle, High Command - Escalating Conflict, Sellswords, War Stories, Trains: Rising Sun, Kalypto, 7 sins, Hitman Holiday, Amber Route, Twisting Catacombs Dungeon Scenery, M4 Sherman from Warlord Games/Italeri, Trikerion: Legends of Illusion, Games Workshop's Wood Elf Treeman, Sisters of the Thorn, Dark Eldar Voidraven Bomber, and the Zen Terrain Fast Food Stall.

As usual, here's the reviews we found during the week.
There's quite a few of them. We've got a pair of reviews for Blurble, a look at Dice Crawl from SoulJar Games, an Imperial Assault unboxing, a look at Rivet Wars, a review of the Malifaux terrain by PlastCraft, and more! Check it out.

Even when I was younger and had a bit more disposable income than I do now, I always looked to reviews (mostly through my friends) to let me know if a game was worth picking up or not. Reviews are a vital resource so as to not end up with a new game/model that will just sit on your shelf, collecting dust, but instead see plenty of table time.

Here's a list of reviews we found over this past week.

Read down to the bottom, if you wouldn't mind, as I've got some questions for you and a contest as well.
Brueckenkopf keeps rolling on with their tank week reviews. This time it's the Cromwell Cruiser from Warlord Games.

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And another tank on Brueckenkopf! This time we bring you a review of the Cromwell Cruiser Tank by Warlord Games and Italeri.


Brueckenkopf continues their Tank Week with a look at the Sherman M4A3 from Rubicon.

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Tank week continues on Brueckenkopf and this time we take a closer look at another kit by Rubicon - the Sherman M4A3.


Brueckenkopf has a new review article up. This one looks at the Rubicon PzKpfw III Ausf J/M/N tank.

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Tank week at Brueckenkopf Online! Yesterday we took a look at the new Tank War book from Warlord Games and today it's time for our first tank kit: the PzKpfw III Ausf J/M/N by Rubicon, a new company based in Hong Kong.


Brueckenkopf posted up a new review article. This time it's the Security Station terrain piece made by Laughing Jack.

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Time for laser cut scenery. Our editor Marcel takes a closer look at the security station made by Laughing Jack. Infinity fans might like this one!


Brueckenkopf posted a review of some of Norsgard's minis over on their website.

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We have managed to get our hands on 5 of the Norsgard minis (currently on Kickstarter) and took a very close look.

The text is German, but we did take some shiny pictures as well. :-)


Brueckenkopf takes a look at the 15mm-scale Leviathan from DreamForge-Games in this review article.



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Brueckenkopf posted up another of their review articles. This one's for Titan-forge's Anvilborn Warrior unit.



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Titan Forge were kind enough to send us some preview samples of their new Kickstarter models! We take a very close look at the new Anvilborn Warriors and paint them as well!


Brueckenkopf Online continues their review series with a look at the Behemoth of Decay from Titan Forge.



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Another review by Brueckenkopf Online. This time we got our hands on a copy of the Titan Forge Behemoth of Decay.


Brueckenkopf Online has a new review up of Games Workshop's Mirkwood Rangers box set.



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In our Christmas review we take a close look at GWs new Mirkwood Rangers.


Brueckenkopf posted another of their reviews. This one's for Games Workshop's Cauldron of Blood.



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Time to take on the might of the Dark Elves! We take a very close look at the new centerpiece of the GW Dark Elf army.


Brueckenkopf returns to our crawl with a review of the Firestorm Armada Battle for Valhalla Starter Set from Spartan Games.



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In our latest review we've taken a very close look at the new Firestorm Armada 2-player starter set. Load of pictures included!


Brueckenkopf made their way to Warlord Games' Games Day last weekend and gives us a look of what the event was like.



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Brueckenkopf Online visited the Warlord Games Day and brought a lot of pictures of happy gamers back!


Brueckenkopf takes a look at Arena Rex's Aquila model and gives you their thoughts on the subject.



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In another article of our big resin-week we take a closer look at Aquila, the great gladiator from Red Republic's new game Arena Rex.


Brueckenkopf Online takes a look at some of the Studio McVey line in their latest review article.



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In the first article of our big resin-week we take a closer look at four Studio McVey limited edition resin models.


Brueckenkopf takes a look at the DreamForge-Games Leviathan Crusader.
I can only hope they loved putting it together as much as I did.



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It is the biggest miniature we ever reviewed and possible one of the most extensive reviews we have ever posted, with more than 100 pictures! Its Dreamforges Leviathan Crusader on Brueckenkopf Online


Brueckenkopf has another of their review articles up. This one's of Van Dyck's 10mm Romans models.



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Looking for something small? for something detailled? and at best roman? we might have found it in the latest review on Brueckenkopf Online