Join Boardgame Brody as he takes part in the Industrial Revolution in his video review of Arkwright: The Card Game.
Board Game Reviews
Reviews are the mainstay of any tabletop media outlet, and we sure know how to write them. Our team of experienced writers offer their insights on the latest tabletop releases, and even on some classic titles. We’re not just about the new and the now though—no game is too big or too small, too old or too new, too popular or too obscure. If it’s part of the tabletop hobby, then we’ll review it.
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7 Wonders has been called the most award-winning game in history. How does it hold up ten years after its release? Read our review to find out.
Don your habit, trim your quills, and prepare your ink. It’s time to copy some books! Read our review of Biblios: Quill and Parchment and get in touch with your inner monk!
Boardgame Brody can't stand the heat when playing this game; sweat dripping down into his eyes, but his gracious teammates are always close by to help in Solar Storm by Dranda Games.
Boardgame Brody learns about the quest for a new home as he hurries to discover new planets to start a new life in his video review & unboxing of Cosmic Run: Regeneration by Dr. Finn's Games.
Check out Tyler's video review of SYNDICATE from PDU Games.
Read our spoiler-free mega review of Deckscape, a series of pocket escape room games, to learn more about each individual release and how to play.
Check out our Unlocking Insanity: Dice Vermiis Mysteriis review to see why going mad is not always a bad thing.
What will you and your friends create in this quirky storytelling game? Before the first brick can be laid in your city of spells, you’ll have to read our review of i’m sorry did you say street magic.
Boardgame Brody helps Mia London solve a huge mystery involving silly scoundrels in his video review & unboxing of Mia London and the Case of the 625 Scoundrels by Scorpion Masqué Games.