The massive monstrosity that is the Embracer Group continues to gobble up more and more developers and intellectual properties, and regardless of how you feel about that one good thing has come of it; a willingness to mine their extensive catalogue via remasters and remakes, many of which seem to designed to test whether there’s an audience for a brand new game. In 2020, Black Forest released their remake/remaster of Destroy All Humans, a cult classic from the Playstation 2 days where you played as an alien invading Earth. Now, the much-beloved sequel has gotten the same treatment from Black Forest, making me wonder if we might finally get to see Destroy All Humans 3. That’s the future, though – let’s focus on the here and now; is Destroy All Humans 2: Reprobed still fun in 2022 and has Black Forest done it justice?
Designed by: Chuck D. Yager Published by: Z-Man Games Players: 2-4 (Solo possible) Playtime: 45+ Review copy supplied free of charge by Esdevium Games. Now that it is freely available to use Lovecraft’s unique brand of horror is turning up absolutely everywhere, especially in the boardgame industry who […]
Board games are in so many ways the spiritual precursors to videogames, the not-so-distant ancestor of our digital hobby. What is a videogame at its core; a set of interwoven mechanics that dictate the player can and cannot do, hopefully resulting in a positive, fun experience. Of […]
Nostalgia is a very dangerous thing. As pretentious as it sounds I’ve always prided myself on being able to combat nostalgia, to know that it clouds vision and that my wonderful memories are just that; memories, carefully selected by my own mind which blanks everything else. I pride […]
Designed by: Matt Leacock Published by: Z-Man Games players: 2-4 (Solo play possible) Price: £25 Play Time: 30-45 minutes In Pandemic you and up to three friends band together to battle, contain and cure four diseases raging across the planet, infecting and killing millions of human beings in […]