VR roundup: Moss: Book II, Cooking Simulator VR & Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown

We’re looking at a trio of excellent VR games that were recently ported over to the Quest 2 today – read on to find out why Moss: Book II, Cooking Simulator VR and Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown are great additions to your library. Continue reading “VR roundup: Moss: Book II, Cooking Simulator VR & Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown”

Unlock! Kids review

During the summer break, it’s nice to be able to spend some time with the kids, and after a busy day at a theme park, pool or beach it’s great to have an option to play something together. Unlock! Kids is the kid-friendly version of Space Cowboys’ acclaimed escape room-inspired games, and here’s why we thought it could meet that need really well. Continue reading “Unlock! Kids review”

Stella – Dixit Universe review

As we head into the summer break, it’s nice to look into new board games you can play with the entire family. We’ve recently been playing Stella, which is labeled as being part of the Dixit Universe, another line of popular titles from Asmodee. It was designed for three to six players with a minimum age of 8, but we found that younger players can also have fun with it when paired up with an adult. Continue reading “Stella – Dixit Universe review”

Ticket to Ride: San Francisco review

The Ticket to Ride franchise is one of most popular and recognizable names in board gaming, and today Asmodee and Days of Wonder announced the imminent release of Ticket to Ride: San Francisco. More than just a re-skin of the existing games in the series, it’s a city-based edition that takes familiar mechanics and applies them to a game that was designed to be more portable than the big box equivalents that are already out there. Ticket to Ride: San Francisco launches this Sunday (June 19) as a timed exclusive for Target stores across the US, and will receive a wide an international release in August as well. We were fortunate enough to get an advance copy of the game – here’s what to expect. Continue reading “Ticket to Ride: San Francisco review”

Star Wars: Outer Rim – Unfinished Business review

It hasn’t been that long since we reviewed Star Wars: Outer Rim, but we’ve recently been able to build on our experience with the game using a brand new expansion. Here’s a look at Star Wars: Outer Rim – Unfinished Business, which is out now from Fantasy Flight Games and Asmodee. Continue reading “Star Wars: Outer Rim – Unfinished Business review”