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Saturday. Ah, the joy of it. Just drink it in.
I'm taking a break from putting together some Guild Ball models in order to get you your weekly Review Roundup (you can expect the Guild Ball review in the near future from me). So let's get you right to it.

This week we have: Plastic Soldier Company's Panzer IV, Slaughterball, Feldmaster Magnetic Army Carry Case, Runebound Third Edition, Zombie Tower 3D, WWE Superstar Showdown, Kemet: Ta-Seti, Arboretum, Fool’s Gold, and Strife: Shadows and Steam.

If you're a regular reader, I'm sure you've figured out that my favorite day of the week is Saturday. And, I mean, it's gaming day. What's not to love about it? Hopefully you've found some gaming to be had.

And if you're looking for a new game, I've got just the post for you. Get a look at a game before you buy it and see what others are saying about it in our Review Roundup.

This week's Reviews/Previews include: Plastic Soldier Company's 45mm anti-tank gun set, Eaten By Zombies, Flip City, The Networks, Fate of Akalon: Tribes, Viceroy, Samurai, Imperial Assault, Metro 2033: Breakthrough, Less, Longhorn, and Dark Seas.

I, as I mentioned in my post yesterday, am more-than-likely playing 2nd edition D&D when this will be posted to the site.
Some friends I know have a long-running campaign and the DM is writing me in as an occasionally-recurring NPC. Not sure what my character will be (at time of typing), but it should be a good time.

Anyway, that's as may be. Right now, it's time for some game reviews.

In this batch, we have reviews/previews of: Boss Monster 2, Dark City 30 Corner Apartment Building and Gargoyles, Golem Arcana, The Great War, Apotheca, Lord of the Rings board game, Hocus, Paradox, Kaleidoscope, Infinity, Penny Press, Argonauts, Argent: The Consortium, and Star Wars Armada.

Plastic Soldier Company is running a Kickstarter campaign for The Great War which takes the Commands and Colors system and tosses it into the trenches of WWI. The game comes with a scenario book to help you recreate the style of battle along the Western Front. The scale of the game is flexible, with some scenarios having a stand of guys being a platoon in some engagements, but just a couple of guys in another.
They're already over their funding goal with still 26 days to go through stretch goals.

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From the campaign:
Battle Brush Studios gives us their thoughts on Plastic Soldier Company's T-34 set in this review article.

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From the post:

Battle Brush Studios' latest release is all about the Plastic Soldier Company's 15mm plastic T-34 troop box.


Model Dads has posted up a new review video. This time it's Plastic Solder Company's 15mm Early War German Infantry.

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From the post:

The Plastic Soldier Company's new 15mm Early War German Infantry are put on parade...


Battle Brush Studios gives us their thoughts on the Josef Stalin 2 tanks set from Plastic Soldier Company in this new review article.



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From the article:

Battle Brush Studios posted an in-depth review of the Plastic Soldier Company's most recent releases - the IS-2 tank box.


Model Dads posted another of their video reviews. This one's for The Plastic Soldier Company's 15mm British Infantry.



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From the review:

Fall in you ‘orrible shower! Time for a gander at PSC’s latest infantry offering…


Model Dads have posted up a new video review. This one's for Plastic Soldier Company's Weathering Washes.



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From the review:

Our practice panzer Erika gets down and dirty with The Plastic Solider Company’s new weathering washes.


Model Dads gives us their thoughts on the Infantry Sprays from The Plastic Soldier Company and posts it up in their latest video.



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From the video:

Ten-shun! Model Grandad returns to stand shoulder to shoulder with 400 15mm soldiers and 2 tins of The Plastic Solider Company’s British Khaki and German Field Grey base colour primers. Tune in to find out if they’re fit to wear the Queen’s uniform.


Model Dads has posted another video review. This one's for Plastic Soldier Company's 15mm Churchill tank.



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From the review:

Come check out Mr Churchill’s tank courtesy of The Plastic Soldier Company…


Model Dads gives you the next in their video review series with a look at the army spray from Plastic Soldier Company.



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From the review:

Meet Model Grandad as he sprays his way through 30+ tanks and armoured fighting vehicles with The Plastic Soldier Company’s Army Spray


Model Dads has another of their video reviews up. This one's for a couple tanks from Plastic Soldier Company.



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From the review:

World War II week closes late with a retrospective review of The Plastic Soldier Company’s 15mm Panzer IV and Panzer V Panther kits


Model Dads continues their review series with a look at Plastic Soldier Company's 15mm Allied M3 Halftrack model.



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From the review:

Model Dads gets promoted to platoon commander and pimps their half-track to the max with a .50 cal. and…urm…winch.

What’s not to like?


Model Dads continues their reviews of Plastic Solder Company's miniatures with a look at their 15mm Allied Stuart M5A1 tank.



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From the review:

Model Dads spends a pleasant afternoon supping tea and making up The Plastic Soldier Company's 15mm Stuart M5A1 tank. Would you like to join us for a brew?

Whilst you're at it, why not take full advantage of The Plastic Soldier Company's 30% off all Plastic Soldier 15mm products this weekend only. Starts today (Friday 20/09/13) and runs through to midnight Sunday.

Now, was that 1 lump or 2? :)


Model Dads gives us another look at a historical mini in video review form with a look at Plastic Soldier Company's 15mm Cromwell tank.



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From the review:

Model Dads muddle their way through The Plastic Soldier Company's excellent Cromwell tank kit.


Kingsleypark's Wargaming Menagerie reviews Plastic Soldier Company Ltd's Sherman tank kit and compares it to others available.



From the review:
A look at the latest 1/72nd scale release from The Plastic Soldier Company Limited