Review Roundup

Saturday! Saturday! Saturday!
Saturday! Saturday! Saturday!
Saturday night's alright for fightin'. Get a little action in.

Yes, it's Saturday, and while it's not night quite yet (at least, where I am at time of posting), that doesn't mean that it's not time for fighting. Though I'm not actually swinging my own fists around. It's my character in D&D. I hope you're out there swingin', too, be it with an RPG character or toy soldiers or on a video screen. Whatever your fight du-jour might be. I know you're here for some reviews, so let's dive into those.

Today we have: Tiny Epic Mechs, Creature Forge Overwhelming Swarm, Waterdeep Dragon Heist D&D Minis, Tyranny of Dragons D&D Minis, Ravage: Dungeons and Plunder, Minerva, and Cat Lady.

Undead Viking:

Tiny Epic Mechs Review

theMCGuiRE review:

Creature Forge Overwhelming Swarm Miniatures Unboxing and Review

theMCGuiRE review takes a look at the BRAND NEW Creature Forge: Overwhelming Swarm from Wizkids/Neca! This just hit the stores and I will have to say - super impressed with the sculpts, paint quality and poses. They did an awesome job with these and I cant wait to see more releases! It also really excites me about the future with all their other lines in the D&D universe. We got an amazing random pull with 20 of the 28 available new miniatures in this inaugural release! So tune in for a full blind pack opening of the gravity well box (24 packs) and close up video of all 20 miniatures we got!

Waterdeep Dragon's Heist D&D Miniatures Unboxing and Review

theMCGuiRE review takes a look at the New-ish Waterdeep Dragon Heist set and its awesome! I really love the sculpts in this one, quality is great, paint is vibrant and I can't wait to use these in my games.

Tyranny of Dragons D&D Miniatures Unboxing and Review

theMCGuiRE review takes a look at Tyranny of Dragons an Icons of The Realms set from Dungeons and Dragons. This set is a little older but offers the best dragon sculpts I have seen in these sets. I got an awesome pull from this brick but definitely want more of the dragons.

Board to Death TV:

Ravage: Dungeons and Plunder Review

A dungeon-delving board game where you, the player, get to control a band of Orcs; ain’t no paladins or dwarfs here. Raid dungeons, slaughter monsters for their teef and complete objectives and level up along the way.

iSlaytheDragon:

Minerva Review

Minerva is a tile-laying resource-management game for one to four players. Players are Roman city planners trying to best develop their cities. The player with the most points wins.

Cat Lady Review

Cat lady is a simple set collection game which uses a card drafting variant as the way to obtain your cards.  At the beginning of the game, nine cards from the main deck are laid on the table in a 3×3 grid. (The cards that are used depend on the number of players, with some cards only included in 3 or 4 player games.) The rest of the cards form a draw pile. The Stray Cat cards are shuffled and the top three cards are turned face up next to the play area. The cat token is placed next to one of the rows or columns in the grid. (The person sitting next to the start player chooses where to place it.)