Game Reviews, Previews, Unboxings, and More
A Pawn’s Perspective provides reviews, previews, unboxing, and more from the world of tabletop gaming. It was founded in April 2016 as a place for it’s founder, Rob Kalajian, to post overflow content from his contributions to Purple Pawn. In June of 2017 Rob left Purple Pawn to focus soley on A Pawn’s Perspective .
Most products that are sent to us for review are provided free of charge. This will always be stated at the bottom of a post where this is the case. This fact does not color our opinions on said products in any way, shape, or form. There are times where we will review a product we have purchased on my own, or received as a gift. Again, this will be disclosed at the bottom of the post and does not have any bearing on the review at all.
Due to the overwhelming amount of Kickstarter preview requests we receive, our policy on doing said previews has recently changed. A Pawn's Perspective now requires two things in order to accept a Kickstarter preview.
- A physical prototype of the game to be previewed. We cannot accept print-and-play prototypes.
- Payment in the amount of whichever Kickstarter pledge level contains a physical copy of the game if funded.
The payment collected will be used to back the game being previewed at the pledge level agreed upon. If the project fails to fund then we'll hold the funds for 1 relaunch of the project. If the project fails again the funds will remain with A Pawn's Perspective.
The exchange of money in the case of previews is only to guarantee A Pawn's Perspective a final copy of the game if funded, and in no way, shape, or form affects the reviewers overall feelings towards the game. As with our reviews you can trust us for fair, unbiased opinions.
This policy will appended to the bottom of all Kickstarter previews.
A Family at Play
Play is a family affair, and other members of mine are also content creators!
My cousin, Jane, and her husband, Phil, have a Youtube series where they review games from a 2-player perspective based out of Illinois.
My cousin, Rich, has a new podcast where he discusses nerd and geek culture. Coverage includes movies, TV shows, comics, toys and game.