Picked up this new two player wargame from GMT this week. It’s sort of a 18th century version of Twilight Struggle. Pretty!
Here’s our box opening video for Wild Blue Yonder from GMT Games
Here’s our box opening video for South China Sea from Compass Games
Here’s our box opening video for Holland ’44 from GMT
Here’s our box opening video for Operation Mercury from MMP
Here’s a box opening video for Baptism By Fire from MMP
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I’d been looking forward to SW:R since it was announced. I’m a big Star Wars fan and the game was generating some serious buzz. I’d deliberately not read too much about it as I wanted to find out for myself how it worked so when I opened my copy at the games club last night most of the game was new to me. It comes in a big box, very big, and as usually with FFG stuff there’s an amount of spare room in the box and an insert to help take up that room. There’s minis (of course!), cards, two player sheets, card counters, two rulebooks and a large, two-part map.
Another Dungeons & Dragons themed board game, but this one looks more like Lords of Waterdeep than Legend of Drizzt, which is great for me because Lords of Waterdeep is one of my favourite board games of all time.