Review – Napoleon (2023)

By Tyler Hummel | November 18, 2023
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The choppy nature of the theatrical cut of Napoleon may further tarnish Ridley Scott’s reputation as a director.

Review – Star Wars: X-Wing Squadron Starter Packs (Second Edition)

By Spencer Patterson | November 17, 2023

Star Wars: X-Wing has been around for over 10 years now. A few years ago, they released a second edition, which supposedly fixed and streamlined a few things. Now, Fantasy Flight Games is releasing handy-dandy Squadron Starter Packs for new players. This is especially helpful because the original 2018 second edition base starter pack only included 1 X-Wing and 2 TIE Fighters. So, how do these new Squadron Starter Packs fly? 

Review – The Wolves of Langston

By Andrew Borck | November 17, 2023

The Wolves of Langston is a 5E adventure from Obvious Mimic, a website that sells D&D accessories, gear, and adventures that can be played solo or with a party. Their adventures can be downloaded directly as a PDF or purchased as soft or hardcover books. In this particular adventure, the player is drawn into a small town where a woman was recently killed in a most violent fashion, and the mayor asks you to investigate. So is it worth the price of a download, or are you better off doing something else if your D&D party cancels? Read on for the review!

Review – WarioWare: Move It!

By Wesley Lantz | November 17, 2023

WarioWare: Move It! might not turn the world upside down, but its unique gameplay gimmicks and charm will get players smiling, laughing, and moving like nothing else.

Review – Sky Team

By Stephen Hall | November 15, 2023

Sky Team is a 2-player, limited communication game about trying to land a plane. Do you have what it takes?

Review – Return to Moria

By Johnathan Floyd | November 13, 2023
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Set in a procedurally generated Dwarven realm of Moria, no two adventures will be alike, and every expedition will be traversable either solo or online with companions.

Review – Anatomy of a Fall

By Tyler Hummel | November 13, 2023
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Anatomy of a Fall is a gripping courtroom drama, with its lack of objective truth unsettling viewers.