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.
They don’t come a lot bigger than this, well, in 1940 at least: Battlefront’s 15mm white metal and resin KV-1 obr 1939/40, KV-1e and KV2:
Play Board Games:
Furor Sanguinis is the second expansion for Claustrophobia. It adds a new playable creature, the squamata that is fighting the humans and demons, new scenarios and new tiles.
Cyclades is a board game about winning the favor of the gods so you can control two metropolises and win the game. You must bid wisely to get the actions you need or keep your opponents from getting the actions they need.
Tank week is over but our reviews move on! Today we take a closer look at a pre-production sample of the new space mat by Micro Art Studio. Time to check out a galaxy far, far away!
Time to get out brushes in order! Today we take a look at some brush holders by Warmage Games. We even got them engraved with the logo of our magazine Tabletop Insider.
Not enough energy, huild more generators! We power up our battlefields with or review of the Terrakami Sci-fi Power Generator 01.
Sci-Fi times on Brueckenkopf! Today we bring you a review of the Ratshilovitz Tractor, the new resin kit by Ratgard.
After fixing a little construction error (reading instructions properly IS helpful…) we ended up with a really interesting model!
No. of players: 2 Play Time: 30 mins Age: 10+
Cianty takes a look at the recent releases from TabletopWorld, including their new Mansion.
Roebeast’s Magical House of Sunshine:
I just got my Reaper CAV: Strike Operations rewards and made a couple of videos to show them off. These turned out to be very cool minis that are somewhat interchangeable and perfect for conversions.
We’re always on the lookout for good ways to store and transport our wargaming miniatures, so today we’re reviewing the Squire Plastic Figure Case from Tabletop Tyrant. The Squire Plastic Figure Case is the lowest priced case in the Tabletop Tyrant range, and is actually the cheapest army case we are aware of at the moment. This is a lightweight, water resistant case which is available from the Gifts for Geeks store.
And there we have it. The reviews from the previous week. Which sparked your interest?
And now, dear readers, you may have noticed a bit of a change in posts this previous week. We here at TGN are dedicated to making this website the go-to place for gamers to get their news about the games they love. We’re trying out a few things and wanted a bit of feedback. A full “reader survey” will be coming soon, but in the meantime, we were interested in your thoughts on posts such as the above, where we collect like-style stories and group some of them together. We were thinking about doing this with such things as reviews and podcasts. The idea is to “clean up” the news feed a bit more and to help filter what you see a bit better. Also, if you’ve noticed with the posting style, we’re trying to bring more “voice” to the posts, and not just copy/pasting press releases. We do hope you’ve been enjoying that.
So anyway, as I mentioned, we’ll have a full reader survey coming soon, but in the meantime, tell us what you think about the changes below. One reader will win a prize of their choice (from a list of options I have available. No “a hundred billion dollars, please!!” 😛 ).
Thanks for your time and your continued readership.