Trekkies, who do you think is the best Starfleet commander? Captain Kirk? Jean-Luc Picard? Benjamin Sisko? Kathryn Janeway? Or maybe Jonathan Archer? Instead of going on an endless and possibly heated debate over who’s the best, perhaps, you folks would like to let the board decides and by board, we do mean Risk: Star Trek 50th Anniversary Edition Board Game. Released in celebration of five decades of Star Trek (since the original series, that is), this classic strategy board game gone into a grander scale – by going galactic where, instead of maps, it has stars and more stars, divided into Alpha and Beta quadrants, ready for the various Captains to vie it out. So who would triumph and conquer more stars? I don’t know. You tell me. Continue reading Star Trek Risk 50th Anniversary Edition Lets The Captains Vie For The Stars
Monopoly is set in a scenario of peace, where folks buy and sell properties, charges others for stepping on their properties and such, but I bet you do not expect that ‘business’ to be flourishing after a fallout, right? Logically, the economic will be in a ruin, but that doesn’t stop USAopoly and Bethesda, maker of the game Fallout, from coming together to create a monopoly that’s based on after the terrible fallout. The concept of monopoly is maintained, which means 2 to 6 players can take part in rebuilding the civilization, trading their way through the Fallout wasteland. As expected, you will be able to buy iconic properties from all four Fallout games and if desired, fortify them with Vault-Tec approved Shacks, along with Vaults, which are hotels for vagabonds to step on so you can squeeze precious post-fallout money from them, or them, from you. Continue reading Monopoly: Fallout Collector’s Edition – Even Wasteland Is Worth Something!
Enough of watching the conflicts and treachery happening in the land of Westeros and Essos and get down to the action yourself with the RISK: Game of Thrones Edition, well, maybe less the treachery part. The classic game of strategic conquest has been adapted into an epic battle for the Iron Throne, spread across two custom-designed game boards featuring land masses of the fictional Westeros and Essos. It couldn’t be more fitting, considering the award-winning TV series-based on George R. R. Martin’s series of fantasy novel, A Song of Ice and Fire, mainly revolves around the theme of warfare and well, world domination. Continue reading RISK: Game of Thrones Edition is a Fitting Board Game for the Power and Territory-Obsessed TV Show
Now, lets not get too excited on who’s getting the iconic Mattel hoverboard token. Being a huge fan of Back to the Future, I would love to play the world’s most iconic, if not the most famous, board game in true Hill Valley style. Yes, we are talking about the Monopoly Back to the Future Trilogy Edition which will be released by custom themed games maker USAopoly this September. The game is basically the Monopoly you have grown to love or grew up with, dressed in Back to the Future theme with essential items 28 title deed cards to properties like The McFly Residence, Doc’s Blacksmith Shop, Mansion and Lab, 1955 and 1885 Clock Towers, along with four stations filled in by Biff’s Car, a skateboard, a hoverboard, and the time train, instead of actual stations. Continue reading Great Scott! Soon, You Can Vie with Your Friends for a Piece of Back to the Future’s Hill Valley