Welcome to The Weekender where we’ve got two great interviews for you this week plus loads more!
A new series of releases are coming out throughout the rest of October and into the new year.
Two hard cases have joined the selection of Giants In Miniature from Wargames Illustrated since we last looked at them.
Battlefront have been adding to both the Brown Water Navy range and their existing (and very extensive) World War II range too. Not only do they have some new terrain in the form of Jungle Bushes for the Vietnam game but also some new plastics! See what you think of their new Strelkovy Company…
Brown Water Navy continues to be supported by Battlefront for Flames of War with a look at three new kits. Two of them involve boats with both the Local Resistance teams for the PAVN and Patrol Boats for the Americans. The Navy SEALs are also involved with a new set…
We dive into this Easter Weekender
by checking out the thoroughly
unthematic look at World War II!
As well as checking out an
awesome Autoblinda Fabio, we
have a look at Oriskany’s World
War 2.5 package
that came in the mail.
Will you be blending in with the locals with the PAVN Local Force Battalion HQ Box for Flames of War and Tour of Duty?
Time for the final part of our basic training series for
‘Nam Week, Warren is calling in every bit of air
power he can muster to blow up as many of the
PAVN forces as he can.
We’re closing in on the end of ‘Nam Week and the guys have moved onto more of the cool tricks those sneaky PAVN troops can pull. How do you feel about them swiping your objectives?!
Warren and David are back for their dose of Vietnam and in this one their taking a long look at the Tour of Duty source book. What kind of flavour and rules does this book have to offer?
We’ve got another awesome developer chat set up for
you guys starting tomorrow (Thursday 8th August)
where you can pose your questions to Phil Yates,
Lead Game Designer right here in our chatroom!
Time for more heavy metal goodies as Warren and Gareth take a look at the K-2 (T-54) Ironclad Company. Will these be making their way in to your PAVN forces or will you be waiting to find out a bit more about the sneaky ambush
rules for the Northern forces?
Time for part two of our look at the basics of Flames of War Vietnam and what makes it such a cool game. Warren and his experts have a quick look at how injuring troops will affect your game, and what you can do to keep your
guys in the fight.