At the start of the Easter holidays and the end in sight for a hard work week, an announcement this morning for Terminator Genisys: Rise of the Resistance took me down a surprising path of prejudging things and why I was doing it.
Some classic titles are coming back in Big Box form – Shogun and Fresco from Queen games! This is a limited reprint run with some art and component upgrades. If you ever wanted to play either, check out the Kickstarter!
Pacific Rim fever is high with the second film about to release. The series lends itself well to a miniatures skirmish games, but is Pacific Rim: Extinction the game? This is a great example of a project that sells the hype over the substance.
Not all gaming Kickstarters are about playing through someone’s adventure. Some are all about letting you build your own adventures for others, just like these Sci-Fi Concept Cards.
Fireball Island is one of those classic 80’s games like Mousetrap – lots of fun stuff to play with, but not necessarily fun to play. The crew at Restoration Games are looking to correct this come April 3rd.
The first Zombicide was a lot of fun. Then the expansion creep started setting in. Black Plague to a point fixed a lot of issues, but I ignored the Green Horde. Can I really drum up the enthusiasm for Zombicide: Invader?
Secret Unknown Stuff: Escape from Dulce is going strong on Kickstarter, and they are doing a live playthrough in conjunction with the Unfiltered Gamer about 1pm Thursday QLD time!
Do you remember the last time you could open a new dungeon crawler and jump straight into playing it? Neither does Sentient Cow Games apparently. Secret Unknown Stuff: Escape from Dulce is a fun sci-fi parody adventure on Kickstarter now.