Category:  Board Game Review

By Eddie Inzauto, June 15, 2016 0 Board Game Review

So many of us have fond–or perhaps not-so-fond–memories of playing the famous Milton Bradley tabletop game, Connect Four. And before that, there was the the paper-and-pencil childhood classic Tic-tac-toe. The joys of such games disappear, though, once you discover that… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, May 28, 2016 0 Board Game Review, Videos

I’m a huge fan of Spyfall, the social deduction game released by Cryptozoic Entertainment in 2015. When a “spy” has to fit in among the rest of the players who have a critical piece of information, and he or she… Read More »

By Bianca Figueroa-Santana, April 11, 2016 0 Board Game Review

Upon hearing my description of Power Grid, my sister shared her blatant opinion: “That sounds boring!” I was stung. Who wouldn’t want to preside over a vast network of power plants, upgrading from coal and oil to wind, solar, and… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, April 2, 2016 0 Board Game Review

It’s the Renaissance and you are a gem merchant, acquiring, trading, and selling gems…or something. Splendor‘s theme is entirely pasted on, but the game’s mechanics are well worth the price of admission. Splendor‘s simple and elegant yet deep and engaging… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, March 4, 2016 0 Board Game Review

Pandemic, the game in which players work as a team to eradicate waves of viral infections as they spring up in cities across the globe, has undoubtedly grown into one of the most popular franchises in board gaming today. Designer… Read More »

By Bianca Figueroa-Santana, February 27, 2016 0 Board Game Review

I am a World War II buff. My Netflix account is (perhaps disturbingly) a repository of World War II documentaries. I consume military history books with blind devotion. I got an HBO account solely to watch Tom Hank’s The Pacific…. Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, February 24, 2016 0 Board Game Review

Ticket to Ride is the game that changed the face of GamerNode, expanding our horizons to encompass not only the digital video games that I’ve enjoyed since my childhood in the 1980s, but their analog ancestors as well. Without Ticket to… Read More »