Review – Aeon’s End: The New Age

By Andrew Borck | January 18, 2024
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Aeon’s End: The New Age is a lot of fun, and any new Mages looking for a fun non-shuffling deck builder should check it out!

Review – Khôra: Rise of an Empire

By Derek Thompson | January 15, 2024
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Khôra: Rise of an Empire is a 2021 release from IELLO, and Derek is finally taking the time to give it a proper review!

Review – Leaf

By Spencer Patterson | January 15, 2024
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The follow-up to 2021’s Canopy from Weird City Games allows players to place different types of leaves on the forest floor, race squirrels up the tree, and collect animals for winter dens. Should you pick this one up off the shelf, or should you leaf it alone? 

“Sea of Stars” and the Liturgy of Stories

By Wesley Lantz | January 15, 2024
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Wesley Lantz shares a revelation from indie RPG hit “Sea of Stars.”

Review – Freud’s Last Session

By Tyler Hummel | January 15, 2024
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Freud’s Last Session is no masterpiece but thrives with Hopkin’s engrossing performance and some crackling intelligent dialog.

Review – The Beekeeper

By Tyler Hummel | January 14, 2024
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The Beekeeper is a thrilling and absurd joyride, featuring Jason Statham in a fun and action-packed performance.

Review – Penny Dreadfuls of Victorian London

By Spencer Patterson | January 12, 2024
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As the 3rd game in the series, Penny Dreadfuls of Victorian London allows players to explore tales based on the Penny Dreadfuls that were released in 19th-century Britain. These were short, terrifying tales that serve as an example of pop culture before pop culture was a thing, but is the game worthy of its source material?