Tabletop and Board Game Interviews
There's a lot of Cyberpunk this year, with the upcoming 2077 video game and the update to the original RPG Cyberpunk Red.
Have you ever read an email from your manager and wanted to throw your coffee mug out the window?
Worldwide lockdowns have had a huge impact on tabletop releases, including production and development, and those planned and currently being funded
On April 16th, a brand new set of Magic: The Gathering cards stomped its way acro
The Adventure Zone podcast has an enduring legacy in tabletop gaming culture.
Marvel Crisis Protocolm from Atomic Mass Games, is a brand new Marvel Superheroes skirmish game that releases on 15 November 2019 with a c
Even though its gameplay is relatively simple, we've always had a soft spot in our hearts the various versions of Talisman over the years.
Die Hard is a Christmas movie. If you believe otherwise then you are simply wrong.
"Haiduc" is both the name of a game and a company.
There were a lot of new tabletop games at Play NYC this year, but one of the most unique was a small title called Zer0 Inbox, the debut ga
I admit, I'm not great at tabletop roleplaying games.
This spring, Techraptor interviewed Joey Turco, event host for the
Games, short stories, essays, nonfiction about pop culture, comics, novellas, and media tie-in fiction—
Recently, Stonemaier Games, the makers of tabletop board games
I'll be the first to tell you that the world needs more tentacle-mouthed monstrosities with convoluted names, so you can imagine my delight when I
Back in 2013, Evil Hat Productions launched a Kickstarter to develop the next edition of the FATE system, dubbed Fate Core.
With a new Kickstarter campaign from
If you follow miniatures company Tomb
Imagine buying a game online and then printing it out.
Start Collecting Infinity Interview - Beginner Advice with Infinity Developers and the UK's Number 1 Player
As part of our ongoing Start Collecting Infinity series, we thought we would