I try to publish at least one, preferably two articles or reviews a week, but I’ve published nothing so far this week? What Gives? It turns out Covid has no respect for my content schedule. Rude. My partner contracted it and has been sick for around five days. Our living space isn’t big, and we …
Phoenix Point has some very big shoes to fill. One of my all-time favorite games is X-COM 2: War of the Chosen. I have eagerly awaited even a sliver of news about X-COM 3 and have only been met with disappointment. From the release of Chimera Squad, which carries the X-COM name without anything that makes X-COM great. To the reveal that Marvel’s Midnight Suns “won’t share a single mechanic with X-COM”.
Red Rising is a hand management and combo game for 1 to 6 players where players control houses vying for dominance within a strict and rigid social hierarchy. The game is based on a book series by Pierce Brown. I had no knowledge of the series prior to my review, but I’m definitely interested in reading it now.
Imagine a game where you take the insanity from a swath of anime and pile it into a fast-paced competitive card game. That’s Galatune and the equivalent exchange is the sweet tears of your gaming group. Galatune is deceptively simple, but beneath the surface is a friendship-destroying game of take that, backstabbing, and table politics.