Tag: miniatures game

Hold on to Your Butts – An Unmatched: Jurassic Park – Dr. Sattler vs T. Rex Review

This is a pretty appealing release. It builds upon the previous Jurassic Park title, InGen vs. Raptors, upping the stakes by including the first large sized Unmatched miniature. In some ways it completes the Jurassic Park setting by filling out the character options and making this property a more robust niche of Unmatched legends. Unfortunately,…

The Multiverse of Miniatures Games – A Marvel HeroClix: Marvel Studios’ What If…? Miniatures Game Review

I’m still chuckling at the absurd length of both the game’s and this article’s title. However, it fits with the way the MCU has slammed together sequels and crossovers with reckless abandon. I’ve written at length of my own personal Marvel cinematic renaissance. Since then, I’ve kept up with most of the ongoing films and…

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…