Fallout: The Board Game is as faithful an adaptation of the source material as you could possibly hope for.
In 2011, the board game Letters from Whitechapel put detectives on the hunt for Jack the Ripper. In 2017, that game has been stripped down to all but its most essential systems, and has become better for it.
Star Wars: Imperial Assault is already one of the best tabletop experiences around, but it looks like the game’s upcoming app release is going to make it even better, allowing for stuff like fog of war and true cooperative play, as the AI takes control of the Empire.
Star Wars Rebellion is an excellent board game that manages to capture the feel of the entire classic trilogy inside a single tabletop experience. Rise of the Empire is a new expansion for the game that does the same thing, only for Rogue One.
Star Wars Armada is a great game to play every once in a while. But committing to play a lot of it in the name of an organised campaign is another story.
There was a Doom board game released in 2004. This isn’t it. This one is brand new.
I always thought the coolest job in the Star Wars universe was one of the guys/gals/fish aliens in charge of a fleet of enormous starships. So little exertion, so much fun.
Random House Publishing and Fantasy Flight Games have teamed up to release A World of Ice and Fire, a stunning guide to the people and places of Westeros.