Pandemic: Rapid Response review

After the runaway success that was the original 2008 release of Pandemic, it didn’t take long for Z-Man and Asmodee to come out with sequels, expansions and spin-offs. We’ve been getting about one or two per year for a while now, and recently saw the release of Pandemic: Rapid Response. Should you pick this one up for the holidays? We played it to find out. Continue reading “Pandemic: Rapid Response review”

Crusader Kings – The Board Game review

It’s certainly not their highest profile title, but Paradox’ Crusader Kings has certainly been a solid force in the Swedish publisher’s lineup. Crusader Kings II is still getting new content despite an original release date of 2012, and now it’s the first one of their franchises to get a board game adaptation. Thanks to a collaboration with Free League (Fria Ligan in Swedish), the physical version of the game is available right now – we couldn’t wait to get started with it. Continue reading “Crusader Kings – The Board Game review”

The Lord of the Rings: Adventure Card Game review

It’s not often that we review games that were released eight years ago, but in this case there’s a good reason to revisit The Lord of the Rings Card Game. Asmodee Digital has crafted a digital version of the game (and subtly renamed it “the adventure card game” in the process), so we figured it was time to put both versions to the test. Continue reading “The Lord of the Rings: Adventure Card Game review”

Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown review (PSVR)

Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown by Tin Man Games is a clever take on a cross-over concept that blends virtual reality with table top gaming. It offers both single and multiplayer gameplay and is a Playstation VR title well worth diving into. Continue reading “Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown review (PSVR)”