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Disposable Heroes Modern Gangs Statix 1
by Zachary H.
Publisher: Precis Intermedia
Date Added: 09/01/2014 10:50:39
Disposable Heroes Modern Gangs Statix 1 I recently was in need of some mooks and thugs for an upcoming superhero RPG campaign that I'll be running. I picked up a nice range of used Heroclix for the actual superheroes and a few random crooks, but I still needed a sizable number of pieces to use to represent street gangs, civilians, and the like. So, once again, I turned to Precis Intermedia, who has been making my gamemastering easy for what seems like ages now with their line of Disposable Heroes. I've used them for ancient-themed games, traditional fantasy, the Civil War era, and much more. Now, it was time to see what they had in the way of supers and modern paper minis. If there's a complaint with this set, it's that the name "Modern Gangs" is way too limited! This set not only comes with the traditional "mob" guys in suits, but also represents street gangs (red and blue), mercenaries, police officers, your average joe on the street, and some less savory types, as well. This set would go a long way towards filling ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Epic Heroes: Skirmish Gaming in the Realms of Fantasy
by john s.
Publisher: Strategic Elite
Date Added: 08/31/2014 14:55:46
Epic Heroes: Skirmish Gaming in the Realms of Fantasy I've been plying Brink of Battle since it was first published, I've always thought it was one of the best skirmish level wargames I've played, right up there with my golden memories of games like Necromunda, and Mordhiem. The addition of Epic Fantasy to the game has increased my love of the game tenfold! The amazing detail and genre atmosphere virtualy oozes out of this book! The settings covered with rules for everything from Middle Earth level high fantasy, to terror inducing eldrich horror, to arcane mysteries of Wierd War 2 ( a personal favorite! ). Its a giant toybox to use every miniature you've ever bought! Worth every gold piece you loot! I can't recomend this enough for miniature fans of daring-do and dark deeds!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Starmada Nova Rulebook
by Hamilton R.
Publisher: Majestic Twelve Games
Date Added: 08/31/2014 05:53:21
Starmada Nova Rulebook Layout -- POOR. Boring layout, limited art that is pristine but not interesting or inspiring. There are not many pictures depicting space battles, neither inside the ship nor outside in space! The cover of the book is EXCELLENT, whoever designed the cover showed that s/he actually gave a d++n about what s/he was doing. It needs more art, and more-interesting art, something that will inspire me to play this game. Text -- GOOD. Excellent for a tech manual, but not inspiring. The text does an excellent job for what it is supposed to do, but nothing more. Game Play -- POOR. Mechanics are good, but there are absolutely no diagrams for spaceship design! It's all text and numbers, there are no layouts that might inspire what ships look like. I don't know of any other games like this; this was my first purchase for miniatures spaceship battle. I am sorely disappointed: the cover sold me on the game, but I should have suspected something was not entirely right when I found there is n...

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Campus Blocks
by Eric L.
Publisher: DramaScape
Date Added: 08/31/2014 05:14:43
Campus Blocks I'm about to start ETU: Degrees of Horror on Fantasy Grounds so I had to snatch this map. It's large, the buildings can be any building you want. You can zoom in enough to acomodate the use of tokens without nasty pixelation. Or you could break it down into smaller sections. This map is sure to see a lot of use in the coming months.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
HONComp Battery of Brecourt Howitzers
by Jonathan C.
Publisher: BATTLESPROJECT MAPS
Date Added: 08/30/2014 03:45:54
HONComp Battery of Brecourt Howitzers Bought this as I love HoN and the artwork. These extra emplacements are a nice addition to the game, atleast until DPG produce some official ones. There is only 1 other review for HONComp tiles that I have seen and they commented about the saturation and boldness of the tiles. I cant comment specific for those tiles but I can say that these do have a vibrant finish although the howitzers themselves because of being under netting are little less clear. I think the 1 thing to be sure of though is the quality of your printer and what paper you are printing on to get similar results to the official tiles. I have an Epson Photo PX730WD which is a few years old. Its not amazing but does produce nice photos and I have done a lot of prints for my own boardgames. The paper I used what Epson Matte Heavyweight 167g. This has achieved great results for this tile as glossy paper is not in keeping with the originals. The only thing I think is shame for these tiles is the font type an...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Orientals Set
by Drew A.
Publisher: Arion Games
Date Added: 08/26/2014 21:54:04
Orientals Set Not a big fan of the style of the images. The 3D figures feels bland and lacking character to me. There is a good deal of different models to choose from. Instructions are well documented giving many options for how to assemble the models.

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Serene Fist Set Two: Ninja vs Samurai
by Drew A.
Publisher: Okumarts Games
Date Added: 08/26/2014 21:48:44
Serene Fist Set Two: Ninja vs Samurai Nice quality, and instructions are great. Easter Egg is very cute. Would have liked to see more colour options though, only a few it feels like.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
HONComp Defensive Works
by Rich E.
Publisher: BATTLESPROJECT MAPS
Date Added: 08/22/2014 12:51:11
HONComp Defensive Works While the artwork is nice, it lacks the "pop" of higher contrast that the actual game tiles use. I find myself wishing for more black and white highlights rather than a more subdued gray. Also, the perhaps the worst part, I printed out the 2 x 2 square crater to test how well the scale is done and I found that it does NOT match the size of the original game boards exactly. I printed the PDF as "actual size" to be sure the printed version matched the designer's intent. The squares on the graphic itself appear to be about right, but the actual game boards and tiles have a larger margin between squares than that used in this publication. The end result is that the 2 x 2 crater is slightly smaller than the 2 x 2 building/rubble token that comes with the core set. Not so much smaller as to be unusable, but smaller enough to make it look just a little odd. I also printed the crater page out as a test to see how well this company is doing with Heroes of Normandie scaling. And I'm afr...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Heroic Maps - Geomorphs: Village Stores
by Gavin M.
Publisher: Heroic Maps
Date Added: 08/21/2014 22:42:42
Heroic Maps - Geomorphs: Village Stores I use these mapsets for skirmish wargaming. I find that the versatility of the maps allows for countless set ups. I bought this pack to add scattered buildings on the map, instead of using some of the more densely populated town sets. This, combined with the Wilderness Locations will make excellent battlefields! That, and the publishers have been incredibly responsive. This map pack wasn't available as gridless when I bought this a few days ago, but a quick email to them and bam, the file was updated the very next day. I will continue buying these creations....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Heroic Maps - Modular Kit: Sewer Large Rooms
by Adam D.
Publisher: Heroic Maps
Date Added: 08/20/2014 21:15:14
Heroic Maps - Modular Kit: Sewer Large Rooms I bought this as a supplement to the original Dungeon Modular Kit and Sewer Modular Kit. I utilize DMScotty's 2.5D method, and this product line is excellent for that. If you want to use this product for 2D maps, it is excellent for that as well. I look forward to further product offerings in the "Modular Kit" series. Heroic Maps is a very customer friendly company that listens to the feedback of their customers.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Into the City: Map 0
by Stephen Y.
Publisher: Crooked Staff Publishing
Date Added: 08/17/2014 13:16:13
Into the City: Map 0 I agree with the previous 2 reviewers; good maps. I look forward to the 'full set' that comes out. These can be used for practically any genre, as stated earlier. I've enjoyed the previous map sets (zombie, sci-fi, dungeon maps, etc). Really good maps made with so called 'antiquated software', as I was informed. A good preview; worth downloading.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Into the City: Map 0
by David W.
Publisher: Crooked Staff Publishing
Date Added: 08/17/2014 11:02:38
Into the City: Map 0 What an amazing map. I like the levels of the building, and look forward to the upcoming sets. I love the way the features can be used in any genre of game. The floor tiles look modern or futuristic, but *could* be fantasy, as well. Who knows, perhaps we can work together in the future.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Into the City: Map 0
by damian h.
Publisher: Crooked Staff Publishing
Date Added: 08/17/2014 07:50:59
Into the City: Map 0 Really nice high quality maps for your fantasy gaming session. This is just a bit of a teaser and free sample but Im really looking forward to seeing the next maps you put out.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
APG Paper Figures: Gladiators ($1.00)
by Adrian M.
Publisher: Alea Publishing Group
Date Added: 08/16/2014 15:54:18
APG Paper Figures: Gladiators ($1.00) The quality is good but I'm afraid that I have a couple of gripes. For a 3D figure to be printed out I was expecting 3 different views for each figure (left side, right side and rear, maybe) but this only occurred on THREE of the figures and two of those were the same figure but with different shields! Also, these 2 figures were female. I was looking towards maybe using these to try out games rules before spending a fortune on lead but this is not possible. My other gripe is why have so many copies for each figure? Why not have just one or two copies for each figure and have more, different gladiators? Folk could print off as many copies of a figure as they need. One last suggestion, could you put a tag on the pictures for glue to be put onto them?...

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Russian Country house (rch001)
by Giorgio G. P.
Publisher: libkneht
Date Added: 08/15/2014 16:46:50
Russian Country house (rch001) Excellent product. Two 50 MB pdf files. One A4 and one US Letter format. The model is very accurate and the multilayered file allows several small changes. They are always useful to differentiate a bit more models between them. Textures, colors and pattern are perfect. It's a shame for me that previous models are in a scale too small for my needs. In this case the scale is a true 28 mm. ( From the feet to figure's eye line ), so this wonderful paper building can be used with 28/32 mm miniatures without any problem, imho. I need other models for my summer eastern WW2 campaign so I can't wait for the next models. This model is easy to assemble, however, there are no instructions....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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