Hello again! As you may have gathered from the last article, I’m currently somewhat fascinated by Tomorrow’s War simply because it’s very unlike most wargaming I did so far. I enjoy the greater “realism” (note the huge inverted commas there) and the endless possibilities this ruleset gives to the players. So just ten days after the first game and review I sat down for another one, this time a scenario involving only vehicles.
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I’m back! Yesterday I decided to finally sit down and play a test game of Ambush Alley’s Tomorrow’s War (second edition), published in conjunction with Osprey Publishing.
I got this model recently as a present and thought that it would be a nice piece to write a review article about. So let’s have a look at this futuristic Samurai and maybe the reason why he’s carrying a wheel on his back is revealed as well…
For this update we’ll have a closer look of one of this year’s most widely anticipated releases in terms of Fantasy wargaming – it’s Avatars of War’s first plastic release and it’s a big one with big ambitions. Let’s see how the miniatures hold up and if they can meet the expectations!
a bit of time went by since the last post on here but nonetheless I want to thank everybody for reading and commenting, either here or on the forums. Finecast still is being controversially discussed but at the same time eagerly bought by everybody so I guess business as usual in regards to Games Workshop. But of course there are many other very successful companies out there who especially in the recent months gained a lot of followers and presence.