With the new edition of Warhammer 40,000 having been released, a question is out there as to the future of Kill Team, the skirmish game set in that world. With the new edition of Warhammer 40,000 focused on games of all size and campaigns, is there
In their online preview. Games Workshop teased we’ll be seeing more Kill Team and it’ll possibly tie into the current “Indomitus” storyline.
In a new video we get hints of Space Marines and Necrons in battle. Both factions have been represented in the game with the Necrons having seen “The Exalted Scythe” team expansion and a Cryptek commander.
You may have painted them in miniature scale, you’ve seen them fighting the enemies of the Emperor in countless tabletop games, and you’ve seen them come to life in video games. Now for the first time, you’ll have the opportunity to see the Astra Militarum produced as lifelike 1/6th scale collectible action figures.
Over the past year, Green Wolf Studios has worked relentlessly with the Warhammer creative team to produce the first in their new line of Warhammer 40,000 licensed figures.
The first figure is an iconic Cadian Officer which has been meticulously rescaled to a height of 30 cms to provide a faithful representation of the famous fighting force – with the finest of details taken into account.
The popular board game Gloomhaven is coming to comics! Source Point Press and Cephalofair Games have revealed Gloomhaven: Fallen Lion.
The City of Gloomhaven can be a tough place to make it as an adventurer and being in the right party is key to survival. The Jaws of the Lion are the top of the mountain in the hierarchy of the city, but their latest job goes sideways, and Anaphi, the mindthief, is to blame! Get ready for Quatryll punk bands, drug dealing Inox street gangs, and a dark God sleeping beneath the surface, eager to destroy the world.
Gloomhaven is a fantasy-themed, campaign-based tactical board game for 1 to 4 players designed by Isaac Childres and published by Cephalofair Games in 2017. It is the No. 1 rated board game of all time by BoardGameGeek, which has also given it six Golden Geek awards in 2017 for best game of the year, best strategy game, best cooperative game, most innovative game, best solo game, and best thematic game, and the Gloomhaven franchise has been backed by over 100,000 people on Kickstarter.
The comic series will explore the world even more giving readers a better idea about the city of Gloomhaven itself as well as the characters of the game.
Gloomhaven: Fallen Lion will be in stores Wednesday, Dec. 30th. Welcome to the City!
The world of Corvus Belli‘s Infinity comes to comics with Infinity: Betrayal from writer Víctor Santos and artist Agustin Graham Nakamura.
In a hidden base deep in the jungles of planet Paradiso, Imperial Agent Adil Mehmut must determine whether his prisoner, special operative and former hero Ko Dali, is a traitor to her country and the whole human race, or an alien that has impersonated her to divide humanity.
We open up and show off the “limited edition” release which includes an exclusive miniature of the protagonist: Ko Dali.
Corvus Belli provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links and make a purchase, we’ll receive a percentage of the sale. Board Game Today does purchase items from this site. Making purchases through these links helps support the site.
Since the early 80’s Jason has been haunting our living rooms with 12 versions of one of the scariest villains in cinematic history. The Op has announced Friday the 13th: Horror at Camp Crystal Lake is available now. Press your luck with the first-ever licensed Friday the 13th board game, and don’t get caught by Jason!
Summertime fun is dying out at Camp Crystal Lake, where masked and murderous Jason Voorhees is on the hunt for camp counselor blood… and your unlucky day is looming. Grasp for as much lifesaving supply as possible to escape the vengeful serial killer’s slaughter and try to make it out alive through five nights in this edge-of-your-seat game of chance, strategy, and survival. Reach into the bag and see what you will find!
Players press their luck and avoid Jason Voorhees from the classic horror series. Players take on the role of a stereotypical character – the Nerd, the Partier, the Nice Guy, the Final Girl, the Diva, and the Jock – as they try to survive multiple nights from the terror that is Jason.
Coveted tools of survival are just within your reach to randomly draw from a camp bag – cast iron pans, gasoline, cleavers, flashlights, and more – that can be used in combinations for higher point values. But watch out for the Jason tokens.
Retailing for $29.99, the game includes 6 Player Boards, 1 Cabin Board, 10 Critical Supply Cards, 6 Backpack Cards, 64 Fear Cards, 88 Blood Spatter Tokens, 6 Escape Tokens, 6 Player Tokens, 1 Night Tracker, 67 Supply Tokens, 1 Camp Bag, and 1 Rulebook.
After their reveal video, Atomic Mass Games have released a better look at the first wave of X-Men releases for Marvel: Crisis Protocol. In the initial launch are Cyclops, Storm, Beast, and Wolverine for the X-Men and Magneto, Mystique, Toad, and Sabretooth for the Evil Brotherhood. There was also a tease of Deadpool coming to the game. Check out the official photos of the figures below as well as a teaser video.
The initial wave of X-Men figures will be released as the usual miniature packs. Wolverine will be with Sabretooth, Cyclops with Storm, Beast with Mystique, and Magneto with Toad.
With the launch of the 9th Edition of Warhammer 40,000, Games Workshop held a “preview party” of what’s to come in the coming months.
As shouldn’t be surprising, the new edition will also be getting new Codexes.
The first two to be released are Codex: Necrons and Codex: Space Marines which will be released in October.
The new Codex: Space Marines will replace the current 8th edition Codex as well as other “First Founding and Deathwatch codexes.”
In addition, players using Chapters covered in the last Space Marine codex can carry on using their expansions with the new book – White Scars, Imperial Fists, Iron Hands, Ultramarines, Salamanders, Raven Guard and Black Templars using their codex expansion in the Psychic Awakening series.
It’s also mentioned that Dark Angels, Space Wolves, Blood Angels, and Deathwatch will all be getting new codex supplements down the road to help tailor their army to really fit the chapter.
Codex: Necrons sees a complete reworking of the army to help diversify its gameplay. Players will be able to have a close-combat Necron force, a tide of Canoptek critters, a short-range force, it’s all there. There’s also new units and characters. What really stands out are new rules for custom dynasties and the legendary brass-armoured Szarekhan Dynasty. It sounds like Necrons will be getting a bit more choice along the lines of the other armies.
Space Marine Gladiator
The Space Marine Gladiator is a brand-new tank for Primaris Space Marines bringing the iconic Predator to their force.
The Gladiator is based on the Impulsor, like the Rhino was the basis of the Predator. And like the Predator there are multiple versions of the tank.
The Gladiator Valiant uses twin las-talons and multi-meltas to take on armor and heavy infantry.
The Gladiator Reaper is an infantry-killer. It features tempest bolters and twin heavy onslaught gatling cannons.
The Gladiator Lancer is an anti-tank sniper to take on war machines and monsters.
The reveal wasn’t all Space Marines, the Necrons saw some love too with a new Monolith.
The new Monolith is bigger than the original with more detail and more dangerous on the tabletop.
During the presentation, Games Workshop also revealed the video below teasing numerous new miniatures. It looks like new Tyranids, Chaos Terminators, Drukhari, an Ork Boy (new kit? Yes please!) and a new Sister of Battle which you can see below.
The Sister of Battle Palatine is a new battlefield commander who works under a Canoness to coordinate forces.
The game will take you deep into the hive city Tertium where horrors await. In the initial trailer, we can see an encounter with the forces of a Chaos cult. You’ll join four friends to purge the heretics.
In the depths of the hive, the seeds of corruption threaten an overwhelming tide of darkness. A heretical cult known as the Admonition seeks to seize control of the planet Atoma Prime and lay waste to its inhabitants. It is up to you and your allies in the Inquisition to root out the enemy before the city succumbs to Chaos.
Warhammer 40,000: Darktide is expected to be released in 2021.