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.
One of the most common questions anyone asks when getting into miniature war gaming is “How do I store my stuff?”
If you ever played original Necromunda (based on the 2nd ed 40k rules) a lot of this is going to be familiar. If not, expect a simplistic turn-based game which is still rather fun despite being a
You may have noticed recently that Games Workshop (GW) has begun to revive some long dead systems. If you haven’t caught up on what’s going on, let me give you the basics so you can get caught
A couple of months ago, myself and a couple of the WNW crew were selected to take part in the Warlord Games “Antares Initiative”; eight gaming groups from across the globe are supplied with everything needed to
In this chapter I plan to explore the use of miniatures within role playing, look at some pros and cons and possibly offer some insight if those new to role playing wish to utilise miniatures.
Warmaster was a game that I‘d always wanted to get into but couldn’t afford it at the time, being an impoverished student.
Back in November last year I reviewed Fragged Empire, a table top role playing game from Wade Dyer. I got together with some friends and we played through a pre-constructed adventure. Go here if you want to
The miniatures are all awesomely detailed and filled with character. I think that’s what most people will buy into.
It's an Aussie product that looks like it could be huge if momentum is kept up!