WizKids have recently released an exciting new miniatures skirmish game set in the Dungeons & Dragons Universe, and Sue and Kris sat down to give it a try and share their early thoughts!Continue reading
Category Game Reviews
Wolfenstein: The Board Game
Nazis. Ever since the end of WW2 Nazis have filled the place of ‘bad guy’ in pop culture. This is doubly true on the tabletop where Nazis have been popular enemies of various flavour for quite some time. From standard troopers in historical combat games to super-science wielding ultra soldiers in weird war settings and everything else in between. Nazis make a great villain.
Many gamers enjoy computer and video games as well as tabletop games, so it seems like a no-brainer that one of the most popular video game franchises (1981’s Castle Wolfenstein, for the Apple 2 home computer…) finally sees action in the ‘little model men’ arena. Wolfenstein has had more sequels and games on more platforms than I care to google, now it has arrived on the tabletop! Let’s have a closer look at Wolfenstein: The Board Game.Continue reading
Slaine: Kiss My Axe! Starter Set Review
Nestled in classic colour Slaine stories from the progs of yesteryear…
The Slaine: Kiss My Axe! Starter Set has arrived, read on for our review!
Summer Fun Post-Apocalyptic Vehicular Mayhem with Gaslands Refuelled
Ever since Mad Max, it has been impossible to separate fast and crazy cars from the post-apocalypse. Now, finally, it is possible to play a great miniature game based around that concept. Strap on your seat belts as we have a good test drive of Gaslands Refuelled.Continue reading
Victory at Sea: Battle for the Pacific – Painting the Ships
Following on from Howard’s First Thoughts on Warlord Game’s new Victory at Sea, we have Howard walking us through how he painted up the stores Demo Ships.
Victory at Sea: Battle for the Pacific – First Thoughts
Howard is back after his adventures painting some Bolt Action for the store with a look at Warlord Games lates offering, Victory at Sea, and the Battle for the Pacific starter box!Continue reading
Greg’s Top 10 2-Player Games
For the purposes of this list I wanted to stick to games that are strictly for two players. I did end up including a few that say they are for 2-4 (or more) but only because in my opinion they are really two player games and the ability to play with more is a bit of an afterthought and definitely not the way the games are at their best.
Greg’s Top 10 Games for 3-6 year olds
Who doesn’t love a good list? You can nod along in agreement or scream at the screen when your favourite isn’t included, or something you totally disagree with makes the list. As such, here is Greg’s Top 10 Games for 3-6 year olds*.
Monster Fight Club Terrain Review
Two weeks ago, the Sentry Box received its first delivery of the new Monster Fight Club Scenery and whenever we bring in a new product line like this we like to open it up and add it to our terrain collection as we feel that it’s only fair, if we want you to pay money for it, we show you that we believe in it and spend our money on it too.
Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, we can’t currently let you enjoy playing on the scenery, so we sent Kris home with some to try out and give us a review!
Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms – Part 2 – Bleak Falls Barrow Delve Set
In Part 1 of our Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms review, we looked at the Core Rules Box but before we get into the meat of the game it was time to open one of the Boxes and look at some of the miniatures!