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ZBP: Wulfsburg and a Knight's Pledge

I spent the first six months of this year steadily working through the original quests of Zombicide: Black Plague. Win or lose, it was great fun playing the different Survivors and trying out equipment. 634 more words

Miniatures

Game: Atlas Reactor

QUICK UPDATE: Atlas Reactor is now in OPEN BETA (Sep 15 – 25)! All heroes are free to try out. Take this chance to try the game yourself! 259 more words

Games

REVIEW: Verdun (PS4)

The Battle of Verdun began in February 1916 and is recorded as the lengthiest battle of the First World War, lasting ten months and claiming around 700,000 dead, wounded or missing soldiers. 235 more words
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Lego Harry Potter Games Remastered for PS4

The Lego Harry Potter games were possibly some of my favorites of the Lego Game franchise. It was the first to have a really great open world concept and the games were just done in a beautiful manner. 372 more words

Book Nerd

Long Weekend Playing

The latest WoW expansion was the main entertainment for us this past weekend.

So far everything I’ve seen is visually gorgeous. The new animations are great even with lower graphics settings (I especially like the ore nodes collapsing when mining), and there are quite a few of them. 110 more words

Everyday Life

Apple and Nintendo reveal Super Mario game for iPhone users

Super Mario is on his way to challenge Pokemon Go!

Apple officials revealed today at their keynote event that they have teamed up with Nintendo to create a new Super Mario game–Super Mario Run–specifically for iOS… 144 more words

Games

House Rules: DUNGEON SOLITAIRE: LABYRINTH OF SOULS

Last week I gave a very thorough review of Matthew Lowe’s magnificent little game, Dungeon Solitaire: Labyrinth of Souls. In short, this is a very creative and captivating game, which really grabs you by the imagination and pulls you in. 1,541 more words

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