A few games are coming out over the next few weeks, so make sure your driver is updated before you race other players, conquer a fantasy world, or take flight into outer space.
Sitting at my gate at SEA-TAC waiting for my flight back to Chicago, I was thinking we posted so much so quickly from PAX this weekend that it's possible folks missed some of the games we covered. (It being a holiday weekend probably didn't help.) If you weren't paying attention over the weekend, here's a
Released back in 2014, BattleLore: Command [$6.99] brought Fantasy Flight's board game BattleLore Second Edition to digital life. The tabletop game is fun and one of the better two-player unit-based warfare games out there. The iOS version features the same tactical warfare found on your tabletop and of course offers the opportunity to take on
Fantasy Flight Games' line of excellent Star Wars tabletop games have covered conflicts on a galactic scale at the dizzying speeds of starfighter combat -- but their next game isn't going to be played out among the stars. It's all about the troopers on the ground fighting the Galactic Civil War. More »
(Welcome to Cardboard Cinema, a feature that explores the intersection between movies and tabletop gaming. This column is sponsored by Dragon’s Lair Comics & Fantasy in Austin, Texas.) Fantasy Flight Games and the Star Wars license are a match made in heaven. Show More Summary
Fantasy Flight Games has announced its latest Civilization board game: Sid Meier's Civilization: A New Dawn. Sid Meier's Civilization: A New Dawn is a strategy board game for two to four players. Each player selects a leader, and therefore civilization, to play as for the duration of the game. Show More Summary
Fantasy Flight Games has licensed Fallout from Bethesda for an official board game due out later this year. In the board game, one to four players play in an irradiated landscape inspired by those in Fallout 3 and Fallout 4 (the Bethesda Fallout games) and their expansions. Show More Summary
Multiplayer in Fallout on PC and consoles probably isn't going to happen. So, if you want friends to join you in the wasteland you're going to have to go old school. The folks from Fantasy Flight Games have devised a tabletop board game that's suitable for up to four players. Show More Summary
Fantasy Flight Games has quite a few video-game-to-board-game adaptations under its belt at this point (there's Gears of War, XCOM, and DOOM, to name a few). It's about to add another one to its repertoire, and this one's a doozy. Fallout:...Show More Summary
Guaranteed to be less glitchy and run at a better frame rate, Fantasy Flight Games has announced that a board game adaptation of Fallout will go on sale in the last quarter of this year. More »
Launching in “Q4 2017” from Fantasy Flight games, set in worlds of Fallout 3 and 4.
Fantasy Flight Games has finally unveiled new LCG (Living Card Game) set information for their new Legend of the Five Rings game and it looks fantastic! I have been a […] The post NEW Legend of the Five Rings LCG Info from Fantasy Flight Games appeared first on Codamon.com.
Ars Cardboard reviews the latest Cthulhu game from Fantasy Flight.
Do you remember "Pilot Wings 64" for the Nintendo 64? Have you ever wanted to play the game in VR? Bitplanet Games’ open-world flight game, "Ultrawings," may fulfill that fantasy for you.
I never thought we’d get a faithful board game adaptation of Doom, of all things, but here we are: Fantasy Flight’s latest dungeon crawler plays just like the heavy metal first-person shooter, only without all the blood. Read more.....
Failbetter Games has launched the Kickstarter for Sunless Skies, its latest, star-faring addition to the steampunk fantasy universe of Fallen London. There's a new trailer, too. The developer is asking for £100,000 by 3rd March, out of an estimated total development cost of £330,000. Show More Summary
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Tabletop Stories: Star Wars Fantasy Flight Games (Sorta Review) • Do Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Steam Sales Mark The Death Of Call of Duty As A Franchise? • Why Does The Nintendo Switch Have A Touch Screen? Read more...
In today’s edition of Cool Stuff, we premiere Tom Whalen’s stunning Moana screenprint variant, a screenprint tribute to The Princess and the Frog from a Pixar artist, a look at some of Fantasy Flight Games’ new figure expansions forShow More Summary
Chun Lo is an artist based in Florida who has worked for companies like Games Workshop and Fantasy Flight. Read more...