Reviews written by Michael Barnes
A haunting poem of a game from one of the medium's foremost innovators.
A great weird western designed with restraint, concision, and novelty.
A pretty great collection of short adventures written by non-white European authors and a sort of so-so return to a classic D&D setting.
Blitz Bowl is one of the best games of the past decade, the other two here are somewhat lesser versions of better titles previously released by Games Workshop.
A game with nothing but strikes against emerges as one of the best games in its genre.
Another EON masterpiece, but one that has been relatively unsung.
An awesome intro to Horus Heresy- if you are OK with the cost and the heavier rules.
A genuine cult classic.
Even better than it was 14 years ago- one of the best games in its genre.
Decent, quality games in small boxes for under $30 it’s like 2005 all over again.