Product Review Archive
Back in March this year, Q-Workshop collaborated with Chaosium to put up a Kickstarter for a set of metal Call of Cthulhu dice. I already had a couple sets of Cthulhu dice from Q-Workshop, but I didn't
After opening the box and tinkering with some deck ideas, I decided to list out my "Top 5" cards of the set.
The Battle of Singapore: Declared as the “worst disaster” in British military history by Winston Churchill. The Impregnable Fortress (a game based off aforementioned battle, created by Falling Piano Games): Declared as the “most pleasantly surprising” game
Once you look beyond the exceptional models and top-notch production values, Underhive is clearly a soulless cash-grab designed with such disrespect for its audience that it borders on open hostility.
If you are looking for a TCG that has a unique blend of tried and true mechanics and pretty great art direction check out Dragoborne at your local game store.
‘You are a restaurant Chef facing a horde of Zombies invading your kitchen. To survive this apocalypse you will have to gather every bit of food you can get your hands on and throw it towards your
Circuit Break is the newest core set for Yugioh and it introduces a reasonable amount of everything, from crazy strong cards to support for both old and new archetypes. There is something here for everyone.
Hopefully this information will guide you through your Iconic Masters launch weekend in both your purchase decisions and your draft picks.
Now in Part two, I’ll be covering Haunt the House and Growl, a reduced version of a final product and a pre-Kickstarter version respectively.
Luckily for me, the kids enjoyed all three games, or I would have had to go and hang out with other adults to playtest them.