It’s time once again to jump into one of our favorite debate games – SUPERFIGHT! Here, we build two fighters, send them into the ring, and YOU vote for the one that will emerge the champion. SUPERFIGHT!
Top Five Board Games Top Five is a show where the hosts categorize, rank, compare, and stratify everything… from cars to gadgets to people and movies. From stuff that is hot, and things that are not nearly as interesting – it’s Top Five. This week, we’ve talked about our favorite video games, and our favorite arcade games, now it is time for us look at our favorite board games.
This month kicks off a year long challenge – keep the world safe and keep the outbreaks low. Your Munchkin Land team is about to take on Pandemic Legacy. NOTE: SPOILER WARNING IS IN EFFECT!
You can never have enough D&D monster minis when terrorizing your players. WizKids has released the D&D Icons of the Realms: Monster Menagerie II collection, and there are some scary monsters in this set, including a Beholder!
I’ve only really played Dungeons and Dragons since the 4th edition, and have only dabbled in 5e. There are scores of new players like me who have never had the chance to play classic campaigns like Tomb of Horrors, or White Plume Mountain. Wizards of the Coast is fixing that with Tales from the Yawning Portal that updates those campaigns with new states and monsters that work perfectly in 5e.
When it comes to creating your own dungeon, you can use pen on paper, matts, 3D printed pieces, or purchase highly detailed models to build your world. Of course if you work at the Weta Workshop, you might just go to the extreme and plan to build a board game maze that will fill a room.
The AWE me channel has gone to great lengths to create a Dungeons and Dragons table fit for a king… a Storm King if you will.
If you are a Dark Souls 3 fan, you should really check out Gecco’s new Souls of Cinder 1/6th scale statue, which looks fantastic, and kind of scares me.
PRESS RELEASE – After the overwhelming success of 2013’s The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia and 2016’s The Art of Fire Emblem Awakening, Dark Horse is excited to expand their publishing partnership with Nintendo® to include an English-language edition of The Art of Splatoon™.