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Frontline Gamer has one last parting shot for their coverage of Kingdom Death (for now), with an interview with Adam Poots.

From them to you:

To finish off my week full of Kingdom Death reviews I've done a mammoth interview with the man behind it all, Adam Poots. Do make yourselves a cup of coffee though before you sit down to read it!!!

Frontline Gamer has posted what he claims will be his last Kingdom Death review (for now, anyway). But I bet he's not quite done with all things Kingdom Death just yet.

From the review:

Right this is the last of my Kingdom Death reviews this week. No more I promise. I thought though I'd better end on with the Twilight Knight Pinup.

Frontline Gamer is tireless in their reviewing of much of the Kingdom Death line. Next is the Flower Knight.

From the review:

The penultimate review of my Kingdom Death stuff. This time it's the modern classic that is the Flower Knight.

Frontline Gamer continues their Kingdom Death reviews with Kings Men... though there's just the one of them.

From the review:

I'm continuing my reviews of some of my Kingdom Death miniatures, given the Kickstarter is almost upon on us. This time it's the initially plain looking Kings Men.

Frontline Gamer isn't just doing Kingdom Death stuff. He's got the last of his world-premier reveals for Heavy Gear Blitz.

From the preview:

Yep this is the last exclusive look at a new Gear that I've got for you all. This time it's the Street Viper.

Frontline Gamer continues to navigate his way through the world of Kingdom Death reviews.

From the review:

OK so the first of today's two reviews is the Preacher Pinup. Well if I'm going to review some of Kingdom Death's miniatures I have to review some of the pinup range. If you're at work you might want to skip this one though just in case your boss thinks you're stranger than they originally thought!

Frontline Gamer gives us another Kingdom Death review with The Butcher.

From the review:

So yeah, it takes me ages to review a single Kingdom Death miniature and then I review two in one day. Go figure.

Frontline Gamer is going to be taking a look at several of the Kingdom Death line. He's starting with Grand Mother.

From the review:

Being as though the Kingdom Death - Monster Kickstarter campaign gets under way this Friday, I thought I'd try and get you all in the mood by reviewing some Kingdom Death miniatures. First up is the Grand Mother.

Frontline Gamer snagged another of those "world exclusive" previews for Heavy Gear Blitz. This one's for the Salamander Gear.

From the announcement:

Frontline Gamer reveals another piece of concept art for a Southern faction Gear in Heavy Gear Blitz. This time it's the Salamander.

Frontline Gamer nabbed this Dark Age Outcast Starter off of Bryan Steele when he wasn't looking and decided to do a review of it.

From the review:

Frontline gamer reviews the Outcast starter set for Dark Age. Simple really.

Frontline Gamer sent in the most cereal boxtops and was thus allowed to show off an exclusive look at the Diamondback for Heavy Gear Blitz before anyone else.

From the reveal:

Yay!!! I have a world exclusive look at the new Diamondback Gear for the Southern faction from Heavy Gear Blitz, and yes I have pictures.

Frontline Gamer originally was going to type up this interview entirely in "Yarr!'s", as Freebooter Miniatures makes the pirate-themed game Freebooter's Fate, but eventually decided against it when his R-key started to crack.

From the interview:

Werner wasn't available due to being chained at a desk apparently. So Hendrik stepped up to answer my questions.

Frontline Gamer finished up his zombie games review with Zombicide.
Though considering the amount of zombie-related things I've posted in the past month, he could keep going with the theme for at least another year or so.

From the review:

Well it was bound to be reviewed wasn't it? So this is the last of the zombie reviews for this week. I'll still be posting up some fun (I hope they're fun) related zombie articles on Saturday and Sunday. I hope people have found the reviews useful.

Frontline Gamer did all his typing for this review of Last Night on Earth in a graveyard under a full moon.

From the review:

Well I'm continuing my week of zombie related reviews, this time it is the turn of the rather fun Last Night on Earth.

Frontline Gamer has been up to his armpits in zombie games this whole week. His next review is for Zombies!!! Director's Cut.

From the review:

Well having a week of articles based around zombies, and not reviewing Zombies!!! would have been criminal. So I thought it best to review what is arguably the quintessential zombie game. It's OK I'm British so I'm allowed to use the word quintessential.

Frontline Gamer did this interview with Rob Butler while juggling sharks who were, themselves, juggling chainsaws. Some of us call that dangerous. He calls that that "Wednesday afternoon."

From the interview:

Frontline Gamer continues the zombie themed week by interviewing Rob Butler of Ill Gotten Games about their upcoming zombie boardgame Z War One.

Frontline Gamer gives us another Halloween-themed update with a review of Munchkin Zombies.
And apparently I'm currently out of silly things to say about the subject...

From the review:

Frontline Gamer continues his zombie themed week by reviewing one of Steve Jackson's many iteration's of Munchkin... obviously given the theme of the week it's Munchkin Zombies.

Frontline Gamer didn't have to hide in dumpsters or wear funny costumes or speak in a funny voice to do this review of Zombie Fluxx...
It makes me a little sad, really...
It's still a good review, though.

From them to you:

Frontline Gamer kicks off their zombie themed Halloween week by reviewing Looney Labs utterly bonkers Zombie Fluxx game.

Frontline Gamer sat down and had a chat with Emily Fontana from On the Lamb Games. They talked Kickstarter, nomenclature and more.
Honestly, it's a great interview and you should go read it.

From them to you:

I kinda think the title sort of says it all really!!!

Frontline Gamer posted up the second half of their review of the X-Wing Miniatures Game from Fantasy Flight Games.
Incidentally: all of you readers named Luke? Frontline Gamer is your father.

From the review:

Frontline Gamer finishes their look at the X-Wing Miniatures game by assessing the Expansion packs that are currently available, and then discusses what more the game needs.

Frontline Gamer posted up a review of Fantasy Flight Games' X-Wing Miniatures game.
Supposedly he'll also soon be posting up a soundtrack of him going, "Whooosh!", "Pew! Pew! Pew!" and bad Darth Vader impressions that you're supposed to listen to while reading the review.

From the review:

This is primarily a review of the core box set, but taking into consideration the wider game with the expansion packs.

Frontline Gamer gives you another Freebooter's Fate model review with Casimeere Flynn.
I hear tales that it was sculpted in Frontline's own image.

From the Casanova:

Frontline Gamer reviews the namby pamby Casimeere Flynn from Freebooter's Fate.

Frontline Gamer didn't have to dress up as any sort of animal or hide in any dumpsters to bring you this review of Miedo a Morir from Freebooter's Fate... they just like doing that sort of thing.

From the review:

Yeah so this is an older miniature from the Freebooter's Fate, but it's one of the best. So I think it deserves being given a little bit more of the spotlight.

Frontline Gamer apparently didn't have to hide in dumpsters last time to get their interview, but I have it under good authority that at some point to get this one they had to dress up as an anthropomorphic mudskipper. This time they're talking to Rob Lane and the switch from BaneLegions to Mierce Miniatures.

From the interview:

Frontline Gamer talks to Rob Lane about his decision to switch from BaneLegions to Mierce Miniatures, and the announcement of Darklands the game. There might even be 5 exclusive concept sketches thrown in there for good measure.

Frontline Gamer had to hide in back alley dumpsters and trail Jake Thorton for weeks, learning his habits, studying his timetable and finally pouncing when the time was right to get this interview. You should go read it.

From the interview:

Frontline Gamer interviews Jake Thornton about Mantics upcoming fictional sports game, DreadBall, which is currently coming to the end of its successful Kickstarter campaign.


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