Tag: miniatures game

A Lesson of Interpretation, Legacy, and Scope – A Devil May Cry: The Bloody Palace Review

Devil May Cry: The Bloody Palace is a Steamforged Games title. There’s some baggage there. It’s also a James Hewitt lead work. And there lies expectation. Like Sabertooth meeting Wolverine, impediment meet badass. May the stronger come out on top. I know a bit of the Devil May Cry series. Enough to examine this game…

Running the Gamut – A Core Space Dangerous Days Review

Core Space is a semi-cooperative miniatures skirmish system that was one of my most beloved releases of 2019. It continues to see a substantial amount of play and my enthusiasm remains elevated. Dangerous Days functions as the second season of this system, featuring the first expansion material developed post-release. I’m using the title Dangerous Days,…

Mildlands – A Wildlands Review

My relationship with Martin Wallace is shaky. His designs tend to be sophisticated works of deft subtlety, consistently marred by a single flaw or maladroit quality which undermines the whole. Take A Few Acres of Snow; this was a wonderful meld of deck-building and war-game set in one of the most interesting conflicts of North…