First sold in 2015 after raising $228,000 on Kickstarter, Burgle Bros is a heist board game for 1-4 players. It sees you (or you and some friends) robbing three safes from a three-tier bank/office, while adeptly (or most of the time rather clumsily) avoiding the guards, hacking alarms and blowing walls up with dynamite.
This is the first of (hopefully) many board game reviews by My Creative Ramblings. The Jumanji film was a key part of my childhood, so you can imagine how excited I was when I saw Jumanji the board game for £15.Read more "Jumanji – Board Game Review"
Like ‘Organ Trail’, but with couch co-op! This “Randomly Generated Road Trip Action-RPG” is a must buy.Read more "Death Road to Canada – Xbox One Review"
A Way Out is the latest game from director Josef Fares and Hazelight Studios. It’s a risky co-op only game pushing the boundaries of friendship to the extreme. And it’s possibly the best co-op game ever made.Read more "A Way Out (Xbox One) – Co-op Review (Spoiler Free)"
My thoughts and observations on the latest posthumously released Tom Clancy title, the open world co-op shooter Ghost Recon: WildlandsRead more "Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands – 5 Early Observations"
It’s no secret that all movies adapting video games are terrible. Literally all of them. There are some that better than others, but if we look at the Rotten Tomatoes scores for them all then there isn’t a single ‘good’ video game movie. Maybe a lot of that is the actresses and actors cast in […]Read more "5 Ideal Video Game Movie Casting Choices"
A cross between FTL and a bullet-hell game. Is this co-op game heartwarming or friendship destroying? Read on!Read more "Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime Review"