X Wing: Does It Come In Black?

It’s been a strange journey from the announcement of X Wing Wave Ten to the release, with it splitting in two around Rogue One and Christmas,  and arriving at different times depending on where you were in the world, but at last, we see the release of the last three Wave Ten ships, the Quadjumper, Sabine’s TIE, and the Upsilon-Class … Continue reading

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2017 – Year of the Horror Game? Part 2

Welcome back to our look into the weird and wonderful horror board games that are heading our way this year (you can read part one here)! Is 2017 going to be the Year of the Horror Game for the tabletop? Let’s look at more of the suspects: Fantasy Horror It’s about time we got off of the Lovecraftian games and … Continue reading

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Our Ten Most Anticipated Games of 2017

Every year, BoardGame Geek run a poll of the most anticipated games of the year ahead, taking in hundreds of nominations and whittling it down to just twenty! The voting for 2017’s games ends this weekend, so head over if you haven’t already and place your votes! We don’t have that much room to cover all the games mentioned in … Continue reading

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Analogue vs Digital: Are These Tabletop Gaming Classics As Fun On-Screen?

We’re happy to welcome a new guest blogger to our pages: Guyblin posts gaming articles on his own page on a regular basis, and from time to time, with his kind permission, we’ll be sharing some of his articles with you! You can check out all his articles at the source here. In today’s article, he’s looking at the recent … Continue reading

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Our Top 10 Games of 2016

2016 was a pretty good year for tabletop gaming, even while the world news was turbulent, to say the least! But here in the hobby, we saw D&D hit the forefront of popular culture (or at least get close to it) with shows like Critical Role and Stranger Things; we saw new TCGs appear while Pokémon had a gigantic comeback; … Continue reading

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The Amazing Staying Power of the TCG: Part 2

We’re back again for part two of our article on the reasons why we all love TCGs so much (you can find part one here) that we just won’t let them die! The big three have been around for 20 years and more, and smaller, newer TCGs are popping up all the time – some manage to stick around, some … Continue reading

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The Amazing Staying Power of the TCG: Part 1

Trading Card Games, or TCGs, have been around for donkeys’ years now, and are recently experiencing a massive comeback, thanks in no small part to digital alternatives such as Magic Online and Pokémon Go bringing them back to the forefront of the societal hive mind. After the slump of the mid 2000s, many thought that, other than the big three … Continue reading

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GameSpot – Bézier Games

With Christmas looming on the horizon, we’re getting back to our GameSpot articles, looking at the offerings of a particular games company. This time we’re looking at Bézier Games!   Bézier Games is an American manufacturer and publisher of board games and card games, started in 2006 by Ted Alspach with the game Start Player. Since then Bézier Games has … Continue reading

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GameSpot: Avalon Hill

Avalon Hill Games, Inc. is a game company that specializes in wargames and strategic board games. It has also published the occasional role-playing game, and had a popular line of sports simulations. Established in 1954 as The Avalon Game Company, it is now a subsidiary of Wizards of the Coast, who famously bring us Magic: the Gathering and Dungeons and Dragons! Avalon Hill pioneered many of … Continue reading

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GameSpot: Atlas Games

Atlas Games is an American publisher of award-winning card games, board games, and RPG books. Since 1990, they’ve delivered some of the most fun and well respected games in the tabletop gaming industry. While they’ve produced loads of original and inventive games, their big two are Gloom and Once Upon a Time: In Gloom your goal is sad, but simple: … Continue reading

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