I wasn’t too sure as to what to expect from this game when I received it. I haven’t really played that many racing games, but this one, when it was offered caught my eye. Being re-launched for its 21st anniversary, the box is heavy and the game sounds fun, but do the contents justify the price?
In the beginning, there was Dominion. And it was good. Very good. So good, in fact, that plenty of others were inspired to explore this “deck-building” genre that had been created. Thunderstone may have been the most prominent response to Dominion’s popularity before this year, but Origins and GenCon showed that there’s plenty more on the way. While I’ve heard a few good things about Ascension, it simply does not look (or sound) like a game I would enjoy. Heroes of Graxia, on the other hand, piqued my curiosity…
Three Times The Tile Laying And Throat Cutting!from The Superfly Circus by =+=SuperflyTNT=+= Nearly ten years ago, a man named Tom Jolly came up with a neat little game involving laying tiles and getting on top of them with your standie. Now while some of my more gutter-minded readers may believe this to be perverse, […]
I don’t know if you’ve heard or not, but Green Ronin – makers of Mutants & Masterminds – landed one of the two “Holy Grails” in the superhero genre: The DC Comics license. Their first release in the new line is the DC Adventures Hero’s Handbook, which is the rulebook and, essentially, the rulebook for Mutants […]