Review – Isle of Skye: Big Box

By Derek Thompson | May 10, 2023

2015 Kennerspiel des Jahres Isle of Skye is back with a “big box” full of expansions, promos, and exclusives. Derek has the review!

Review: Who Chose the Books of the New Testament?

By Tyler Hummel | May 8, 2023
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Professor Charles E. Hill offers a brisk but useful tract for young Evangelicals and Calvinists to grapple with serious challenges to the authority of scripture.

Review – The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying (5E)

By Andrew Borck | May 8, 2023

In 2022, Free League released The One Ring, a roleplaying system set in Tolkien’s Middle-Earth. The Starter set led players through a series of escapades in Hobbiton, while the Core rulebook expounded upon the rules and gave players a chance to create their own characters in detail. The game relied on a D12 plus a number of D6’s to try to reach success; now Free League has re-released it as a 5E D&D compatible product for anyone who wanted to play but didn’t want to put down their D20’s. 

Review – Caper: Europe

By Stephen Hall | May 5, 2023

Caper: Europe is a head-to-head game about pulling off the best heist in Europe! Assemble a crew, equip them with gear, and try to make history!

Review – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

By Tyler Hummel | May 5, 2023
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With the MCU arguably at a turning point, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 has a lot on its shoulders.

Review – Andor: Season 1

By Tyler Hummel | May 4, 2023
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Andor stands among the strongest stories Disney has told with the Star Wars universe, capturing something timely and a bit controversial for good measure.

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Review – Pride of Baghdad

By Nathan Kiehn | May 4, 2023
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Through four different sets of eyes, readers follow the devastation of war and the search for peace when the familiar is disrupted.