This weekend, the American Football season comes to an end with the Super Bowl. It seems a pretty good time to celebrate sports in all its form, including using toy soldiers on your tabletop. And Mant
When a game reaches its 10th anniversary, that's a time to celebrate. It's quite an accomplishment to have stayed around that long, and such is the case with Adventure of D, an adventure card game whe
Sure, having electronic books is nice and you can carry an entire library in your pocket, but there's just something about having the actual book there that I love. If you're like me and you are excit
The British are coming!The British are coming!
Finally... dang FINALLY we have made it to Friday. Now, we just need to get through today and we'll be alright, in the safe embrace of the weekend. It's the end of January and if the rest of the year
DGS Games, makers of FreeBlades, has been working on an RPG rules set called BrightSword. They're not done yet, but they're far enough along that they want to give everyone a look at them. You can go
Seems like it's been a while since we've seen some Dice Masters news, yet here we are. WizKids has a new set coming out for the dice-collecting game. This time around, they're headed to the squared ci
KeyForge. It's the card game where every deck in existence is different from every other. You might think you know what your opponent has in there, but unless you've studied their particular deck, you
Tanks. Originally created to break the siege warfare of the trenches in WWI, they really came into their own in WWII. There were seemingly endless varieties of tanks and other armored vehicles used in
Games. Most of them are competitive in nature. And where you have competition, you're going to have tournaments where players want to find out who's the best. If you're a fan of the Middle-earth Strat
I know. I know. Not a ton of people liked 4th edition D&D. Personally, I did. Some of my favorite characters I played were in 4th. I'm sure there are gaming groups out there still to this day play
Though I'm sure some of you out there will watch multiple TV shows simultaneously, most of us just go one show at a time. Of course, if we're watching one thing, that means we're not watching another.
We were on a can of peas, a big dish of peas when I said, "in July."
You know, with so many games coming across my screen all the time, I often feel like every set-up for a game has been done and done to death. Well, I can say that I've not seen a game (at least that I
For the past two days, I've been waking up and thinking it was Thursday. Now, it finally is Thursday, and I woke up thinking that it was Friday. At this point, I feel like I'm going to wake up tomorro
Hub Games is working on a new board game. It's called Prisma Arena and it sees players take on the role of recruits into the titular fighting space. Working along with their Mo'kon companion, players
A new commander is taking to the field in Black Powder. The Duke of Marlborough has headed into battle. How will this British commander make an impact on the game? Well, Warlord Games is here to look
Convention season kicks off early every year with the Nuremberg Toy Fair. Want to get a jump on what's going to be coming out during the year? It's the place to be. In this instance, it's what Games W
I know. Kind of a weird title, but that's basically what you're getting. Game books have a certain limit that they can be, realistically. And only so much can fit into them. As such, stuff usually nee
Technology advances. When I was young, I had a casette player. Then I had a CD player. Now, I have a phone that's a supercomputer. Well, the same happens in the Star Wars universe. The Battle Droids o
Space. Here, right now, entrepreneurs are just beginning to stretch out into the area and see what can be had. Rocketmen takes that idea and makes it a regular occurrence. Players take on the role of
The marketplace. You can find anything you want, for a price. If you're a spellcaster, you know that there's all sorts of items required for your spells, potions, and incantations. Thankfully, Arcane
Several armies are getting some updates in the A Song of Ice and Fire: Tabletop Miniatures Game. The designers have found that some items aren't working entirely as intended and are trying to rectify
You might think that taking a walk through the woods would be calming and relaxing. However, that's not the case when one heads into the Mirkwood. You think happening across a regular spider web strun