Splendor review

What’s a typical gift for Mother’s Day? Candy? Flowers? Perhaps even jewellery? But if she’s not into those things, you could give her the gift of time spent together while playing a board game – while still tying in that jewellery. Enter Splendor, a popular card-based board game that released back in 2014 where up to four players strive to become successful gem merchants in the Renaissance era. Continue reading “Splendor review”

Star Wars: Legion review

Over the years, we’ve visited a galaxy far, far away many times. We’ve covered movie releases, video games, card games and board games. A few of us also happen to enjoy tabletop gaming though, so for May the 4th we’re checking out what happens when you combine their love of all things Warhammer with the lore and fandom that surrounds Star Wars. Here’s a look at Star Wars: Legion by Fantasy Flight Games. Continue reading “Star Wars: Legion review”

Star Wars: Outer Rim review

Without a new movie or major videogame on the horizon, and with Obi-Wan Kenobi still a few weeks out, a Star Wars board game is a great way to celebrate May the 4th this year. Here’s a look at Star Wars: Outer Rim from Fantasy Flight Games, which launched back in 2019 to much acclaim and can be played by up to four players but also offers a solo mode. Continue reading “Star Wars: Outer Rim review”

Trivial Pursuit Live! 2 review (PS4)

When you think Ubisoft, you probably think of franchises like Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry, but the company also has a long history of digital board game adaptations. Their latest endeavor is Trivial Pursuit Live! 2, a sequel to the game that originally appeared on the PS3 and Xbox 360 back in 2014. It’s available for all major systems – we took it for a few rounds on a PlayStation 4. Continue reading “Trivial Pursuit Live! 2 review (PS4)”