I picked up some laser cut MDF terrain by a company called BP Laser. This is their multi-use building and I wanted to do a review for you.
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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.
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.
I got some Scene-A-Rama “terrain” on sale and decided to try it out. Overall I think it looks good, but it’s probably not for every wargamer.
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.
We’ve had Warhammer 40,000 8th edition for a while now. I wanted to wait it out a bit before giving my review of the game. While there’s some improvements and changes I like, there’s a lot more that Games Workshop could have done, and could be doing, to improve 8th edition.