Category: War Games

Endeavor Board Game Video Review

Designed by Carl De Visser and Jarratt Gray It is a time when the maps of the world are still being filled in. Seagoing empires expand their frontiers by sending ships to the farthest reaches of the globe in search of new lands, new alliances, and new conquests. The wealth of the newly-discovered worlds abroad …

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Field Commander Napoleon Video Review HD

Each campaign has its own unique set of force counters that accurately detail the divisions and corps that participated in the campaign.
The force counters are a rectangular 0.625” by 1.25”. This allows the use of Line and Column Formation tactics in battle! Each Force has a troop quality: Elite, Veteran, Line, Poor Line, or Conscript.
You command the French forces in your bid for world domination!

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Heads of State Board Game Video Review

RULE CORRECTION: The owner of the  Assassin Card puts 3 cubes in the bag and the victim, thus the Assassin is successful 75% of the time Heads of State Board Game Review: Journey back to the 16th to 18th centuries when nobles and royal families struggled to gain power, influence and prestige throughout the provinces …

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Feudo Board Game Review

Feudo Board Game Review What’s Cool: Easy to teach. Great to bring new gamers to war games. Each player has the same army at the start of the game. Lots of strategy and some bluffing elements. What’s Not: The Price can be a little much for some cardboard. Not as fun when playing 3 players. …

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Storms of Steel Video Review

What’s Cool: Tactical & Strategic. So many different war elements. Fast paced and easy to teach. Boards can be used in other games as well. Random damage tokens. Nice rule book full of examples. Great photography and artwork. Online Scenarios for re-playability. Has real historical situations, units, and stories. What’s Not: A little on the …

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Dust Video Review

What’s Cool: The setting and artwork is nice. Each round, a player will have a special ability. The turn order changes according to initiatives. The battles are short, simple, and fun. You get a hell of a lot of tokens. The board is nice and has no creases. What’s Not: Not enough summary cards for …

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Wings of War Review

[media  id=25 width=600 height=350] What’s Cool: Fast paced. Real WWI pilot names. Special damages to the plane. (Engine damage, Fire damage, Gun jamming, etc) You don’t know how much damage you’ve dealt to your opponents planes. (Until they blow up). What’s Not: The rulebook is a mess and badly translated. Will leave you with many …

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