When I was a little kid my dad used to make me eat really weird stuff. I mean REALLY weird. Imagine a strawberry jam and horseradish sauce sandwich. Or pickled prawns and milk chocolate. I’m not saying it was the smartest thing to do or that he’s been the smartest father ever, but it definitely… Read More Why I play the games I know I’ll hate
I’m sure you know at least one person who came to you one day saying they’d got the job of their dreams. An aviation fan got employed in an airline, a sports enthusiast started working for an illustrated magazine, or a fellow board game geek has finally decided to join one of the publishing teams.… Read More A soul to sell: when hobby turns into fulltime job
If you are a little bit more into board games, you have probably heard at least once that reviewers get paid for doing what they do, that the reviews are basically kind of paid advertisement, and that you can’t trust any reviewer, because, in principal, they’ll write or say anything they are told by the publishers.… Read More Paid reviews – true or false?
In my previous post I have written about games that got expanded a bit… unnecessarily. You might even have gotten the idea that I’m against expansions in general. And that is an absolutely untrue statement. I believe there are games who wouldn’t last long if not for the expansions! Let’s see, how it actually works.
Hi. My name is Kuba and I’m an addict. I need my collection to be complete. If there is a game I own and there are any expansions for it, I simply need to buy them. Even the micro ones. But to be completely honest – there are only few that actually land on the… Read More Expansions – so much more fun. Oh, really? – part I