Though Gen Con 2019 was last month, the memories of some amazing games still linger. From video game inspired games, to deep role-playing tabletops, to even fun pick-up-and-play adventures, the options were plentiful. With this, here are nine games that we are absolutely excited to bring to our next Game Night!
Panda Cult Games is a dynamic, charismatic, and enthusiastic small company with obviously passionate team members. With their successful board game, Wander: The Cult of Barnacle Bay, it’s not a wonder why Yacht Club Games entrusted the crew to create a tabletop adventure based on their beloved franchise, Shovel Knight. Recently, I was given the … Continue reading Hands on with Shovel Knight: Dungeon Duels Board Game
The first few days of August were full of fun and tabletop games at Gen Con, the largest tabletop convention in the U.S. Happily, we got our hands on dozens of games and here are eight we’re excited to play again very soon!
The biggest addition to Star Wars Battlefront II compared to the first game is the inclusion of a single player campaign. A new video from Electronic Arts and DICE goes behind the scenes to examine the story.
At EA’s 2017 E3 conference, Dice announced that coming this September, In The Name of The Tsar, a Battlefield 1 expansion, will be released.
When EA was initially announced as an exclusive video game partner with Lucasfilm for Star Wars, we reached for our collective blasters waiting for the polarizing publisher to make the first slight on the beloved property. Then the announcements came – a third-person action game from Visceral Games headed by Amy Hennig of Uncharted fame and … Continue reading Star Wars Battlefront II hints at a motivated EA
Cheetahs in the wild are extremely fast predators. Cheetah in Injustice 2 is an extremely fast predator as well, only instead of hunting zebras and gazelles she craves the Amazonian blood of Wonder Woman.
Wired Productions and developer React Games have announced that co-op dungeon brawler Super Dungeon Bros is set to release on November 1st for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
People like Battlefield 1. How do I know this? Because, it’s beta drew in a record-breaking player count.
With Battlefield 1, developer EA DICE is tackling new territory with the franchise stepping into World War I. A new gameplay featurette examines the weapons in the game.