Netflix’s Bright is not the worst movie of last year, but is it even close to being the best? Ian digs into the seedy underbelly of Orc-infested Los Angeles to find out.
Whitehall Mystery sees players hunting Jack the Ripper in a cut-down version of FFG’s Letters from Whitechapel.
Mystic Vale provides an innovative twist on the deck-building genre with a card-sleeving method, but a lack of player interaction hampers it.
Quests of Valeria is an engaging and easy-to-learn multiplayer card game with solid mechanics, dynamic art, and a strong theme.
Alex read the first book in the fantasy series, Ruin, about a very unlikely hero to the world of Mareta.
Reuben reviews the graphic novel with the longest title of the year, and the best western this side of the afterlife
Familiarity with the first game in the series (or the original source material) may add to your enjoyment of the story, but it should not be considered a prerequisite.