Osprey Games has a great little wargame called A Fistful of Kung Fu. I wanted to do a review of the game and show you some of the miniatures.
Here you can find some battle reports, editorials on particular games, and maybe even some gaming news.
Overall, we’re not competitive gamers, however we do also cover some army specific strategies and tactics, as well as unit reviews. There are sites dedicated to such things, so usually we’re covering our own experiences, and less about what you should be doing. Play your army however you want, we just may have some insights.
Check out our gaming articles, enjoy, and hopefully you find something interesting to read!
The goal of Gaslands is to get your crew of armed and armored killing machines through a death race. The idea borrows heavily from Mad Max.
With a big selection of Warhammer Underworlds (Shadespire and Nightvault) warbands, there’s a lot to consider on which suits you and how to use them. So, here’s a helpful guide!
In Warhammer 30K (Horus Heresy) there’s two types of books, red books and black books, that you need to play the game. I’m going to go over the difference in these rulebooks, and list all the books you will need for each army in Warhammer 30K.
The Horus Heresy (Warhammer 30K) is a great game. So, I thought I would share 8 reasons why you should consider playing it. I think you’ll enjoy it.
I recently picked up Dragon Rampant from Osprey Publishing and thought I would give my review of it. It’s an easy to learn game, which can sometimes feel a bit plain, but overall is enjoyable and something I’d recommend checking out.