"Meticulously designed and developed by Samuel W. Bailey (Forbidden Stars, Talisman: Cataclysm) and Mike Gnade (Maximum Apocalypse, the Few and Cursed) over the last 4 years, Lawyer Up is an asymmetrical two-player courtroom drama card game where one player is the noble prosecution and the other the steadfast defense. Each game begins with the Discovery phase, where players draft vital evidence to support their case and bury evidence that might help their opponent. Next comes the Trial phase, where players call witnesses and play powerful arguments along with the evidence they drafted into their examination pools. To form a coherent line of questioning, players will need to chain together their cards by matching bias symbols. The player who can best examine the Witness by generating the most influence will spend the difference to sway the Jury to their side. Every game is different, but the lawyer with the best case and most convincing arguments will be sure to get the verdict they are … [Read more...] about Frosthaven, They Live, and More Launch in This Week’s Tabletop Kickstarter Roundup
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Speaking of Jack Black, his latest movie--Jumanji: The Next Level review--is now available on Blu-ray and DVD. Additionally, you can pick it up digitally through various retailers. In GameSpot's Jumanji: The Next Level review, Meg Downey said, "All told, Jumanji: The Next Level just never manages to find enough a solid enough foundation to make things work the way they ought to. Sure, you're going to probably get a handful of decent laughs and, if you're a person who plays video games, you'll catch more than a few clever nods to various genre conventions and story tropes, but there just isn't enough meat on those bones to make its 2 hour run time worthwhile." … [Read more...] about Jack Black Dancing Shirtless On Tik Tok Is Exactly What We Need Right Now
It's been a decade since AMC's The Walking Dead first started and nearly a year since the comic book's surprise conclusion with issue #193. Now, after all this time has passed, writer and co-creator Robert Kirkman has revealed what started the zombie apocalypse in his fictional series. Turns out it was aliens all along--well, sort of. What remains to be seen is whether the often-sarcastic Kirkman was joking, as he shared the potential revelation in a two-word tweet that doubles down on something originally shared many years ago. … [Read more...] about The Walking Dead–Here’s Where The Zombie Virus Came From
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In that same 2018 interview, Kirkman essentially said the zombie apocalypse's cause matters very little because he doesn't believe the series' characters would buy any explanation. "Honestly if a scientist from Washington came to the character and told them what happened the characters would just shrug and say 'Oh… okay,'" Kirkman said at the time. "It wouldn’t change their lives at all." … [Read more...] about Walking Dead: Where Did The Zombie Virus Come From?