In the board game version of the popular Witcher video game series, you and your friends travel around a war-torn realm, completing quests for victory points. Though it has some very clever elements, the game is crippled by poor design decisions. Here's how I'd fix it.
West End and Wizards of the Coast had their go. Now it's Fantasy Flight Games' turn at tackling Star Wars tabletop role-playing, and they're off to a gruff and gritty start with Edge of the Empire. Who wants to be a bounty hunter?
Henning Ludvigsen is art director at Rock Pocket Games, so if you like the colourful, cartoony style of upcoming platformer Oliver & Spike, he's one of the people to thank. You should also thank him if you've ever played anything from Fantasy Flight Games.
In today's maddening installment of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Wirebrain shares with us a board game that feels a lot like Capcom's famous survival horror series.
There are bullet holes on the dice, Marcus and Dom figurines on the board and up to four people around the table, playing co-operatively in Gears of War: The Board Game.
The visceral thrill of Gears of War is (indeed) coming to a tabletop near you with Gears of War: The Board Game, the latest video game to board game adaptation from Fantasy Flight Games.
Civilization: The Board Game from Fantasy Flight Games is no mere global Monopoly, no svelte Catan. It is a complicated affair and one that's not so easy to capture on video.
From the creators of the World of Warcraft and StarCraft board games comes Sid Meier's Civilization: The Board Game, the second board game inspired by the addictive turn-based strategy game.