Renegade Game Studios is making a game for those that really love their fluff for their games. Proving Grounds is more than just a dice game, it also includes a novella that tells the story of the game in full form. Then, after hearing of the daring deeds of Maia Strongheart, recreate her heroic ascent to the Sun Throne for yourself.
Raaaar! Bear Smash! Raaaaar! *smashes things*
If you're a fan of giant kaiju going crazy in a cityscape, then Smash City is for you. It's a new board game from WizKids where you'll pick your monster of choice and head into downtown, looking to bring those giant buildings down to size.
The king has died. What a bummer. But who will take over ruling the kingdom? Several members of the court have all laid claim, but in the end, only one will rule. That's the story behind Thrown, a new dice game coming from WizKids. Players take on the role of royal hopefuls and must roll the right dice in order to gain gold and win their way to ruling the land.
A new set for Star Wars: Destiny will be coming out soon. It's called Convergence and it, like all sets, brings a whole new host of characters, abilities, and equipment to the game. It's got cards and dice that span the whole gammut of the Star Wars universe, from Mace Windu to Captain Phasma. Have yourself a look.
A new chapters opens up in the Star Wars: Destiny game from Fantasy Flight. Across the Galaxy is now available down at your LGS and online. With a whole host of new cards and dice to add to your collection, decks will be redesigned over and over as you look for that perfect combination to crush your opponents and either bring freedom to or forever enslave the galaxy.
The Across the Galaxy expansion for Star Wars: Destiny is soon to be hitting shelves. Players are getting their decks ready to be updated. But what new cards will they be putting in? In this preview, we get a look at some of the vehicles and mods cards and dice that will be in the set. Which will make their way into your deck?
Frank Frazetta is one of the most iconic artists in the realm of fantasy art. His work has been turned into miniatures and prints to be enjoyed by people the world over for decades. Now, River Horse is turning his masterpieces into a new game. It's the Frazetta Card & Dice Battle Game and you can get your copy now.
Darth Vader. The whole Star Wars saga revolves around him, from his origins, through his rise and fall, to the fallout left by him and his progeny. He's a major player, and so, as you would expect, he's a major part of Star Wars games, including Star Wars: Destiny. In this preview, we get a look at various Darth Vader cards and accessories.
Diception is a collection of quick-to-play dice games all wrapped into one spot. They're great for playing during your RPG sessions whenever you might have a gambler in a tavern and don't want to just settle for your standard games. Or between sessions of other, larger games. Either way, you can back them on Kickstarter now.
Solo is the latest film in the Star Wars universe. It gives us a lot of history on the series' favorite characters like Han Solo and Lando Calrissian. Soon, they'll be making their way to your tabletops in Star Wars: Destiny's expansion, Across the Galaxy. In this preview, we get a look at the characters from the movie and how they'll be implemented in the game.
Sorry about the posts the other day. As I'd mentioned previously, I wasn't at the office the last couple days. And, well, you know the old saying, "if it isn't one thing, it's another"? That kinda sums up my last 2 days. Not anything godawful, but just... "well... ok, then."
So, you kinda got a quick bit of stories this morning, and with the Review Roundup, hopefully we'll be back on track here.
Anyway, today we have: Ganz Schon Clever, Getaway Driver, Onitama: Sensei’s Path Expansion, Impulse, Alien Artifacts, and Tadmor.
Look, these things happen sometime!
Anyway, here's the regular grouping of review articles I know you all so desperately desire.
This week we have: Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes, Rush in the Forest: Three Little Pigs, Torres, Exoudus Fleet, Steepseers, Super Hack Override, This War of Mine, Assembly, Noria, Get Off My Land, and Monster Card BLVD.
Generally the only thing that most people can agree on that was cool in the Prequel trilogy for Star Wars, Podracing (that seems to have about a 50% mortality rate per race, which makes you wonder how there's ever enough racers to hold an event, but that's beside the point) is coming to Star Wars: Destiny. In this preview, we get a look at some podracers, their pods, and how they will work in the game.
And, to keep everything together, Fantasy Flight's also got three new binders to store your stuff.