What We Know About Pathfinder: Kingmaker the Video Game

  At the 3rd day of GenCon 50, there was a panel of the upcoming Pathfinder Kingmaker game. Led by Alexander Mishulin, he went over the basics of the new game, it’s goals, and how much it would remain the same, and different from the original Pathfinder Kingmaker adventure path. Continue Reading

Battletech is a Daring Tabletop Adaptation for the Ages

Harebrained Schemes (HBS) arrived at GenCon with the latest update to their game, Battletech, which included the demo for the single player mode. Battletech, as a property, has a long and storied history. It’s only fitting that the man who created it, Jordan Weisman, is the one at the helm. Continue Reading

Pathfinder Online Is Finally Coming To The Masses

Paizo, on the opening day of GenCon, had an open meeting updating the current state of the Pathfinder MMO. Lisa Stevens, the CEO of Paizo led the frank and informative discussion about the history, current status, and future of the MMO. She began this by bringing up the first meeting Continue Reading

Peaceable Kingdom And Their Cooperative Board Games For Children

With GenCon kicking off today, Indianapolis and the House That Peyton Built have become flooded with the most hardcore and experienced of tabletop gamers, myself included. GenCon is truly an adult toy store, from meticulously-created miniatures and dice to thousands of out-of-print and rare cards for the biggest TCGs. Hidden Continue Reading

Betrayal at House on the Hill: Widow’s Walk

 “An expansion!” I hear you cry. Yes, indeed, Betrayal at House on the Hill has an expansion! It is called, somewhat appropriately, Betrayal at House on the Hill: Widow’s Walk. I’ll get to why in soon enough, but first, as I mentioned: This is an expansion. If you haven’t read Continue Reading

Betrayal at House on the Hill: Oh, A Haunting We Will Go!

Have you ever wanted to be in an episode of Scooby-Doo? How about reliving one of those cheesy 80’s horror movies? Well, do I have an adventure for you! But first, we should probably do something about that locked front door…

How Does “Above and Below” Stack Up?

Ryan Laukat with Red Raven Games is becoming quite the name is board game design. Islebound and Near and Far are respectable games in the community, but the newer installment, Above and Below, has made a much larger splash than the previous games, for good reasons. Read on to see how this Continue Reading