TableTopTakes: Charterstone

This has been a game that I’ve been playing for a few months now with the group of people who joined me for Risk: Legacy and another game. We’ve been looking around for more session based games that build off Read More …

TableTopTakes: Choose Your Own Adventure: House of Danger

Time for some gaming fun, this time with the newest game that is a craze, the Choose Your Own Adventure: House of Danger game. Which is based off of the Choose Your Own Adventure book by the same name. House Read More …

TableTopTakes: Lucidity

Alright, this game is a pretty recent release, and I wanted to do a quick review on it. Probably will be shorter than some since I’ve only played it once. In Lucidity, you are playing as someone who can go Read More …

TableTopTakes: The Lost Expedition

Welcome to an expedition into the jungles of South America (or somewhere). You’ve hired some expert guides, and you easily going to find the lost city of Z, It can’t be that difficult, can it? You have some food and Read More …

TableTopTakes: Gloomhaven Part 3

I said that I was going to come back to Gloomhaven at some point in time, the first two parts were from when we had started playing the game, now we are a ways in, so I wanted to come Read More …

TableTopTakes: Mansions of Madness 2nd Edition

Back for more reviews on games that are a bit older, but I’ve finally gotten a chance to play them, and in the case of  Mansions of Madness, was totally worth the wait to check it out.  So spoilers, I’m Read More …

TableTopTakes: Star Wars Destiny

Have you ever wondered how it would be to fight Jabba the Hutt and Asajj Ventress against Finn and Chirrut Imwe? Or maybe something a little more conventional with Rey and Finn against Kylo Ren and a First Order Stormtrooper? Read More …

TableTopTakes: Dead Men Tell No Tales

First off, sorry to those of you who found this for the Pirates of the Caribbean movie, maybe we’ll do a review of that later. This is my review of the cooperative board game Dead Men Tell No Tales. In Read More …

TableTopTakes: Deception: Murder in Hong Kong

So, first let me say, I’m not all that big a fan of most social deduction games. Games like Ultimate Vampire or Avalon, I feel like are pretty predictable in how they go, and while I do enjoy something like Read More …