Fantasy Flight Games
Mansions of Madness 2.0 is a very fun game that pits you against the horrors of Lovecraft’s world in an ever-changing series of mansions and locations designed to drive you insane. With the success of the electronic guided version of the game, Fantasy Flight has announced its latest expansion – Sanctum of Twilight.
The trip to the university was a bust, so how about a nice meal at La Bella Luna, with plenty of “pasta sauce”, mobsters and an abomination or two? Check out this week’s episode where we play Arkham Horror LCG: Dunwich Legacy – The House Always Wins.
Path to Carcosa is the current storyline in Fantasy Flight Games’ Arkham Horror: The Card game, but in the months ahead, we’ll be taken to The Forgotten Age.
We kick 2018 off with a new campaign – Arkham Horror The Card Game – The Dunwich Legacy. Will we succeed, or will the Lovecraftian horrors from Fantasy Flight Games take our sanity?
If your Mansions of Madness second edition gameplay is starting to slow, then you’re probably ready for a new expansion. Fantasy Flight Games has announced the coming release of Mansions of Madness: Sanctum of Twilight expansion.
This week, Dr. Brad Will and Stephen venture to the bayou to try and stop the Curse of the Rougarou – a side quest for Fantasy Flight’s Arkham Horror Living Card Game.
For years, fans of the Major Spoilers Critical Hit podcast have been asking us to play the Star Wars RPG. The books were a bit hard to come by, but no longer as Fantasy Flight has announced the 30th Anniversary edition.
Are you playing Mansions of Madness Second Edition? The app driven board game has been a big seller, and Fantasy Flight Games has announced the first full expansion will arrive in early 2017.
Eldritch Horror is the game that keeps making me insane each and every time I play it. Then again, that is kind of the point of the game. The expansions released so far have been a blast, and early next year, we’ll be able to go to The Dreamlands.