Review – The Final Station

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Prelude A train game taking place during the end of the world? That’s just what The Final Station is. The game starts off during a beautiful morning, and by the end of your first day the world has ended and everyone is struggling to survive. Through traveling to multiple stations you’ll unravel exactly what’s going on, and hopefully save some …

Beyblade Burst on Shelves in Canada

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Bey Brad over at the World Beyblade Organization has posted some pics of Beyblade Burst on shelves in Canada. Toronto, Ontario, to be exact. We should be seeing them in the states soon, but it’s exciting to see English releases already. Of course there’s some difference already being spotted, like Hasbro’s Beys not having teeth on the Energy Layers. Instead …

Review – Armadora

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Prelude A while back ago Blue Orange Games sent me some of their older titles to review along with a new one they were pitching. Armadora was one of those. It’s a little game where you’re trying to get the most gold by placing influence and walls around the various hoards on the board. There’s also advanced rules where the …

Pokémon Sun and Moon Early Purchase Bonus

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The Pokémon Company International has announced a special in-game bonus for those who purchase Pokémon Sun or Moon before January 11th, 2017. Early purchasers will recieved a special Munchlax that will evolve into a Pulverizing Snorlax, a power Snorlax that hold Snorlium Z, granting it the Pulverizing Pancake Z-Move. Along with this announcement came the reveal of the Alolan Rattata: …

Assault Suit Leynos

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I get a lot of press releases, and more often than not I skip a lot of the video game related ones. Every once and a while something catches my eye. This time it’s Assault Suit Leynos, a side-scrolling-bullet-hell-mech game from Rising Star Games. Available now for Steam and PS4 at $19.99 for the standard edition, with a digital-only special …

The Final Station is Out Today

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I’ve been playing a beta build of The Final Station for some time now, but it’s finally been released on Steam and the PS4. The game is a post-apocalyptic train game where you’re scavenging cities for supplies and survivors, trying to keep your train running, and trying to keep the survivors alive. It’s a constant juggling that provides an excellent …

Kickstarter – The Lords of Rock

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After ruling the universe for millennia, the gods have found their power diminishing and some have faded away completely. Those remaining are forced into a battle for their very survival: War would only lead to annihilation. They have agreed that their battle for souls and power must be played out on the cosmic stage… … and that stage only allows …

#RPGaDay 2016 – Day 27

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Most unusual circumstance or location in which you’ve game? I’ve already mentioned this back on Day 10. There were times during summer camp where we’d play AD&D 2nd while in the camp van. It’s not super unusual, but it’s what I’ve got. It really wasn’t too hard. The Planescape setting at the time came in a box, so that’s where …

Review – Pixel Glory

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Prelude Zafty Games had a small booth setup at PAX East 2016 with tons of copies of Pixel Glory stacked all over their table. The minimalist black box and game’s 8-bit art immediately drew me to the game, and I was lucky enough to get a copy for review not too long after the show. It’s a super simple game …

#RPGaDay 2016 – Day 26

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What hobbies go well with RPGs? Just about anything. Stupid question. Move on. Please. Rob KalajianMedia personality Rob Kalajian has been a staple in the board game world for many years. As a former writer for Purple Pawn and the owner of A Pawn’s Perspective, Rob focuses on board game reviews, events, and news. A self-proclaimed geek, Rob loves all …