It’s been a great year for Games Workshop fans who prefer smaller scaled action than the full blown conflict of Warhammer Age of Sigmar or Warhammer 40,000. Shadespire and Necromunda have led the way over the past twelve months and with the recent addition of the excellent Kill Team, it seems that now is the prefect time to get into skirmish gaming! Continue reading House Delaque previewed for Necromunda (Games Workshop)
There are those among film students who will state that Akira Kurosawa is the greatest film maker of the 20th Century. His movies were bold and epic in scale and often had underlying social commentaries in them, and if he was the greatest film maker or not, his impact on modern cinema is without question
A while back I posted my review of this years Claymore event in Edinburgh, and one of the stand out things I saw there was the game Street Wars NYC, a fast paced skirmish gang game set in the same vein as The Warriors movie! Continue reading Street Wars NYC: The Mollies now on Kickstarter (Funky Skull Games)
British television is sometimes the envy of the rest of the world. After all the whole thing was invented, nurtured and spawned here, and the BBC is one of the worlds most watched television channels. It can be fun and jolly and entertaining, but sometimes can have darker and more sinister programming that some countries would not dare attempt. Continue reading 7TV Apocalypse on Kickstarter NOW!
More news in from our good friends over at Modiphius Entertainment, covering shipping, dice and an exciting competition with some great prizes! Continue reading Modiphius Update
Kill Team just seems to snowball every month with great new content and ideas that are keeping the game evolving and fun. So with Kill Team Commanders due out very soon, what better time to take a look at the leaders of the alien factions with the Xenos Commanders? Continue reading Suffer not the Alien: Xenos Commanders for Kill Team
More news on Kill Team: Commanders from the mighty powerhouse gaming company Games Workshop. Continue reading Lead by Example