Pulling Away – A Rallyman GT Review

In racing there’s a combination of raw competition and unfettered velocity that aligns perfectly with the emotional components of gaming. What is racing but an extended victory point track which competitors plummet along in peril of collision? It’s the most visceral counting of points we can fathom. Yet this formula rarely transcends average. There’s a…

Evolution Evolves – An Oceans Review

A game’s most important quality is how it feels during play. It’s the whole point of why I write about board games and what I hope you take away when reading. It’s also the reason why I simply didn’t dig Evolution from North Star Games. That title explored an interesting space, tackling evolutionary theory in…

Brooding Over Claustrophobia 1643

Clatter, clatter. That familiar tune of bones scrapping across wood and revealing the kiss of lady luck. Four warriors. Three convicted felons sentenced to death in the bowels of hell. Not a metaphor but their reality. The fourth is the Redeemer. He wields light and courage and is a beacon for the hellfire to snuff…