Browsing posts in the ‘Reviews’ category

Review: T.I.M.E Stories: Lumen Fidei

So another new mission drops for the awesome T.I.M.E Stories, bringing with it a whole new period in time, whisking us back to Spain in 1419 in order to retrieve a mystical...

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Review: Cars 3: Driven to Win

If it's not immediately obvious, Car 3: Driven to Win is a game for kids. Play this from an adult gamer perspective and you'll be instantly shrouded in a lack of depth...

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Board Game Review: Ticket to Ride Germany

With Ticket to Ride heading off all over the place, as well as taking the the waters in the recent Rails and Sails version, it's easy to imagine there being a Ticket...

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Board Game Review: Catch the Moon

We cover a fair few tabletop games nowadays, and have seen a lot of games which took a long time to get the hang of because of their complex rules, tricky to...

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Review: K2 Broad Peak Expansion

A few days ago we reviewed K2, a mountain climbing game with some very tense moments of gameplay as you made your way up and down the infamous K2 mountain. But as...

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Double Review: Arcadia Quest Expansions: Pets & Chaos Dragon

Having reviewed Arcadia Quest Inferno recently, we were also lucky enough to take a look at a couple of new expansions for the base games. So right here we have a double...

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Board Game Review: K2

I've never tried it, but by all accounts climbing a mountain is pretty tough going. It looks quite tricky to be fair, and there are more than enough stories of people becoming...

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Review: Perception

In Perception, you play as Cassie, a blind heroine who needs to unpick the mysteries of an abandoned house which is haunting her dreams. She isn’t afraid of the dark - the...

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Board Game Review: Arcadia Quest Inferno

The original Arcadia Quest was a well received and popular game with some fantastic miniatures, plenty of quests to complete and lots of ways to approach each game that you played. You...

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Review: Unbox: Newbie’s Adventure

90s platformers had their fair share of iconic characters - plumbers, apes, robot rabbits, geckos… all some sort of human figure or anthropomorphic creature. I can’t recall any which based their main...

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Board Game Review: Pandemic: Iberia

The Pandemic games have been pretty successful so far, and with good reason. A series of tricky but not unfair co-op games, the original had you trying to cure four deseases which...

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Board Game Review: Unfair

How far are you willing to go to win? Are you the kind of person who just concentrates on their own game, doing all you can to build up a score than...

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Board Game Review: Tsuro of the Seas

The original Tsuro was a beautiful, elegant and simple game which involved placing tiles to move your stone around the board in the hope of being the last one standing. As tiles...

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Review: Super Rude Bear

Rude Bear is hanging out in East London. He’s a bit of a ‘gangsta’, hanging out with his mates, Rad Boar and Robed Bird when a wizard kidnaps him and whisks him...

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Review: Dirt 4

If there's one company you can rely on to knock out a top notch racing game, then it's Codemasters. Already a force to be reckoned with when it came to racing, a...

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Board Game Review: Carcassonne Winter Edition

A while back we reviewed Carcassonne, a beautiful and simple game which would easily appeal to both seasoned board gamers and those new to the hobby. The rules were highly accessible to...

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Review: Injustice 2

The first Injustice game was a potentially great game, that was let down by a handful of small issues that held it back from becoming a game that people continued to come...

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Review: Portal Knights

On first look, Portal Knights screams similarities to Minecraft. It looks blocky, you can build and craft stuff and there is some rudimentary combat. In truth, it's probably more akin to Dragon...

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Board Game Review: Tak

Tak describes itself as a "beautiful game", which is a pretty bold statement to stick on the front of your box. And yet through a combination of wooden playing pieces and a...

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