Guillotine Games has been revealing spoilers for their new expansion coming out for Zombicide on their facebook page. But if you managed to get the game through KickStarter last year, or have fulfilled your duty as a gamer and made sure to pick it up in stores, I see no reason why everyone won’t be jumping with excitement about information released for spoiler #10. Tabletop Gaming New did an interview about the future of the game, and Wow, does it look grim.
Guillotine Games has taken the future of Zombicide a step past just releasing an expansion and is releasing a new More >
Fantasy Flight put plenty of time into making Descent: Journeys in the Dark a more simple, streamlined game back in July of last year. Descent is a dungeon delve board game where up to four players go against one person playing as the overlord. There are quests or a campaign that come with the base set, full of stories and planned reactions depending on if the players succeed or fail. The board is made up of modular pieces, making each time through the story slightly different than the time before. There are four archetypes to choose from in the base game, with More >
The always amazing comic con of Arizona, better known as Amazing Arizona Comic Con, starts its third year later this week, running from Friday January 25th through Sunday the 27th. We managed to catch up with the convention’s co-owner and organizer, Jimmy Jay, while he was enroute to Phoenix for this weekend’s festivities. The convention itself is run by Jay Company Comics, a family-run comic company founded by brothers Jimmy and Bill Jay back in 1996. Jay Company started out as a retail comic business, but has expanded into so much more, with the company playing publishing consultant, publisher (with More >
CES, otherwise known as the Consumer Electronics Show, is one of most publicized nerd conventions out there. Held in Las Vegas each January, this international trade show focuses on major technology-related innovations and brands. Definitely not an easy convention to get into, as I more than know, having wanted to go for quite a while. Even then the show has some of the worst times for attendance if you work normal office hours, which most people do if you are in that industry. Best part about it though, it is still in Vegas for as long as I have known More >
The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia, from Nintendo and Dark Horse Books, offers an unparalleled collection of historical information on the Legend of Zelda game franchise. Some fans might be familiar with the Hyrule Historia, which was originally released in Japan, through Shogakukan, back in 2011 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Zelda franchise. This highly detailed encyclopaedia contained everything from concept artwork to a complete chronology of Link’s history through the games (finally answering many fan’s questions of when each game took place in Link’s life). The book also includes a full history and making of the The Legend of More >
London, 1888. As soon as you step off the coach, you realize this is the wrong stop. A few minutes ago you were in the posh city center, but now crowded and smelly alleys branch off around you. Hawkers, shouting merchants, and dirty children covered in rags who run through the crowd and pull your jacket, begging for money… all you see is poverty and dreariness. Some people call this district hell. Some others– less fortunate – call it home. Here, for a penny or less, you can see street acrobats and freak shows, or you can get drunk in More >
Today Disney announced a brand new Disney-themed video game with a bit of an interesting twist: toys! Yes, following the model of the popular Skylanders game that is captivating youths and collectors, Disney has announced a new game that also includes physical collectible game pieces. Titled Disney Infinity, the use of figures to play the game isn’t the only draw to this new consoler, as the game is focused not only on the world of Disney characters, but includes Pixar characters as well! Yes, much like the popular Kingdom Hearts franchise, the game allows players to visit different Disney worlds, More >
For those of you still reeling over Nintendo Power Magazine’s cancellation last month, after a nice 25 year run, there’s a new magazine designed specifically for you and other fans of Nintendo. Nintendo Force is a brand new magazine which saw its premiere issue release last Friday. The magazine features writers from several major video game news sites, a few funny Nintendo comic strips, lots of great Nintendo news, and even some upcoming previews. The digital edition of Nintendo Force runs only $4.99 for the first issue, a dollar less than the print version of Nintendo Power, but is unfortunately $17.99 More >
Five years ago, Assassin’s Creed was released to the world and has quickly become a global cultural phenomenon. The first game saw release on November 13th, 2007 for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and Windows OS to extreme critical acclaim and financial success. Over the past 5 years it has spawned several video game spin-offs and sequels, comics, novels, and movies. With Assassin’s Creed III, Ubisoft’s fastest-selling game to date, the series has built upon a unique vision, merging the exploration of historical events with incredible action and social stealth.
In addition, the game franchise has reached over four million fans More >
Nintendo and Dark Horse Books are teaming up next February to bring fans a limited collector’s edition of the upcoming Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia, a book containing an unparalleled collection of historical information on the Legend of Zelda game franchise. Some fans might be familiar with the Hyrule Historia, which was originally released in Japan, through Shogakukan, back in 2011 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Zelda franchise. This highly detailed encyclopaedia contained everything from concept artwork to a complete chronology of Link’s history through the games (finally answering many fan’s questions of when each game took place in More >