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Having read the prequel to the Penny Dreadful Showtime series, and finding it utterly disappointing, I was apprehensive about trying to read through another...
You may have walked through your local bookstore and noticed something interesting in the comic section. More and more video games are getting the comic book treatment. Whether its Darksiders, Dead Space, Dark Souls, or Assassins Creed, games are getting their universes expanded.
Star Wars Celebration is happening this year in April and it will be the last official event until 2019. There will be no event in 2018 as confirmed today on the event's website in this post.
The Games Collector has this week launched an IndieGoGo campaign to bring a limited edition hardback version of Ian Livingstone's classic choose-your-own-adventure book, City of Thieves, to the world.
Launching on Kickstarter today is a brand new card game called Sad Piggies, a game where you help pigs die horribly. Sounds depressing right? But it's not, trust me, it's all in good, morbid humour.
So you've already purchased Hanabi thanks to my glowing review and you decided to try it out with your friends. "That Billy guy had me buy this game and we just get our butts kicked!" you loudly exclaim to yourself like some kind of weirdo.
One of this month's featured tabletop games is Marvel Legendary. It's a really good Deck Building card game but a lot of people hear Deck Building and think of Magic the Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh and Pokemon. So this week we're looking to clear up any confusion on what exactly the Deck Building genre is.
The world of Marvel covers so many different kinds of genres, there's of course superhero, then you've got espionage, martial arts, weird science ,and then you've got lesser known genres like horror and western.
Last week I gave you a broad strokes view of Hanabi, the cooperative game that sets you against the game in a trial of colour-and-number-based organisation. Now we'll get into the nitty gritty details a bit and start making comparisons between it, and other games in the cooperative genre. You'll also start to hear a whole 'lot more of my personal opinions on the subject so BUCKLE UP!
I don't know if you've noticed, but Nintendo seems to be releasing a new console known as the Nintendo Switch. You might have heard...
Getting married is one of the most important moments of your life, so what better way than to have the perfect ring to top it off?
My choice for week 1 is Hanabi. A highly praised praised co-operative tile / card based game that won the Spiel de Jahres in 2013.
If you're a fan of the music from games such as Final Fantasy, Blue Dragon, Lost Odyssey and many more then you are in for a treat. Merregnon Studios, the creators of the award winning Final Symphony and Symphonic Fantasies music concerts, have announced they are returning to London this June.
We're going to be running a lot more tabletop content as of now. Want to know how?