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Battlestar Galactica and Expansions Review

by Charlie Etheridge-Nunnon June 17, 2016
WDR Gold Essential
When justifying buying legacy games, I’ve often heard the argument, “What board games have you played twelve or more times?” This generally doesn’t count things like Love Letter; they mean the big boys. The first place my mind goes to when people ask this question is Battlestar Galactica, a game which has definitely seen its’ […]

Dark Moon

by Mike Bon July 28, 2015
WDR Silver
Hidden traitor games. For me, they are one of my most absolute favorite game mechanics introduced in this modern age of board gaming. The frenzied levels of finger pointing loud proclamations of distrust and the general level of tension these can instill among a group of dear friends over a dining table are fantastic. There […]

Preview: Souls of Steel

by Charlie Etheridge-Nunnon June 23, 2015
A role-playing game of science fiction military drama on and off the battlefield, by Elle Addison, Dana Fried & Yanni Cooper.    I’ve written about role-playing podcasts and my enjoyment of them previously, including “I Podcast Magic Missile.” Three of the hosts have got together to make a science fiction role-playing game which is a […]

ROLE-PLAYING PODCASTS

by Charlie Etheridge-Nunnon February 23, 2015
I listen to a ton of podcasts, some I’ve stuck with since I first hooked myself into the monster that is iTunes, others I’ve drifted in and out of. In the last couple of years I’ve been listening to more RPG-based podcasts. Here I’ll explain why and tell you what to expect.   Podcasts are […]

Dead Of Winter

by Mike Bon August 21, 2014
WDR Gold Essential
So here we go again, another bloody zombie game! I understand the eye rolling, the board game market has been flooded with Zombie titles over the last couple of years and disappointingly very few of them have honestly nailed this genre, the one exception being City Of Horror that came pretty close. They all make […]