Darren Tan is a freelance artist from Singapore who has done a lot of work for board game giants Fantasy Flight, and in particular their Star Wars titles. Read more...
A marriage made in heaven the grimdark future finally ends.
While Games Workshop owns the Warhammer universe, it licenses out the property pretty much everywhere. One such relationship involved board game publisher Fantasy Flight, but come early 2017, that relationship will end… along with reprints for a great deal of popular, Warhammer-themed board games. More »
I haven’t been shy about my love for Fantasy Flight Games‘ line of Star Wars board games, which take one of the world’s most popular movie franchises and brings them to the table in unique, compelling, and generally beautiful ways. I...Show More Summary
There's a string of similar games by Fantasy Flight, starting with the original Doom: The Boardgame, which released in 2004 to coincide with Doom 3. It features a team of up to four players against one player controlling the forces of evil. Show More Summary
If you've been enjoying mowing down the hordes of Hell in Doom, but still wish the experience was a bit more… tactile, I've got good news for you: Fantasy Flight Games has announced Doom: The Board Game, coming winter 2016
For years, the forces of hell have advanced through your computer systems, waiting for you to be them back through the portals from which they spawned. Now, they will be invading the dining room table in Doom: The Board Game. Created by Fantasy Flight Games, up to five players can jump into the world of demonspawn. Show More Summary
Fantasy Flight Games reimagines the newest video game, delivers sick minis.
Fantasy Flight Games has held the Game of Thrones license since before HBO brought George R.R. Martin‘s beloved and bloody fantasy series to the masses. They’ve done well by the novels, producing a great card game and an even betterShow More Summary
Freelance artist Adam Burn has worked for companies like Fantasy Flight, Lucasarts, and Games Workshop. This image is his take on combining CD Projekt Red’s two big games, The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077. Read more...
Thanks to Fantasy Flight Games and The Star Wars Show, the first official image of Ciena Ree, a graduate of the Imperial Academy and commander of a Star Destroyer, has been released! (Fun fact: the Star Destroyer under Ree's commandShow More Summary
Most Star Wars games put you in command of a few brave heroes of the galactic struggle. Star Wars: Rebellion, a new board game from Fantasy Flight, puts you in command of the whole damn war. Read more...
Sam Lamont is an artist who has worked for companies like Games Workshop, Creative Assembly (Total War) and Fantasy Flight. Read more...
Publisher: Fantasy Flight Games Designed by: Adam Sadler & Brady Sadler Players: 1-4 RRP: £29.99 This game was provided free of charge for review by Esdevium Games. (Single-Player is a new series designed to review tabletop games that can be played solo, as well as with friends. While […]
Had already acquired American tabletop giants Fantasy Flight, Days of Wonder.
Designed by: James Kniffen and Christian T. Petersen Published By: Fantasy Flight Games Players: 2 Game supplied for free by Esdevium Games for the purpose of review. Having just watched Star Wars: The Force Awakens in cinema it was even easier to become fully immersed on the […]
John Silva is a freelance artist from Portugal, who has done work for companies like WB Games, Fantasy Flight and Microsoft. Read more...
If you haven't been paying attention to the legions of incredibly tabletop games released over the course of the past few years, you might not know that there's been an incredible resurgence in the genre. The trend of intricate strategy...Show More Summary
Fantasy Flight has a pretty good track record with its Star Wars tabletop games, with two of them—X-Wing and Imperial Assault—in my crew’s regular rotation. They might soon be joined by a third. Read more...
Do you think we would have finished with the Games of Thrones fantasy series if George R.R Martin had ditched his archaic WordStar 4.0? And took up Microsoft Word instead? This is a just a flight of imagination because we associate productivity with the common tools we use daily. Show More Summary