If there’s something that goes together even better than peanut butter and chocolate, it’s vampires and werewolves. Well, the smash hit One Night Werewolf has released a new, stand-alone version of the game entitled One Night Ultimate Werewolf: Vampire. Guess what it adds? For three to ten players, Vampire assigns various roles to all the players, including the vampire, cupid, the assassin, and more, then asking players to deduce who the vampire is. Adding everyone in there search are special powers that can be utilized to suss out the nefarious bloodsucker!
Tonto Cuore is all about the Manga cheesecake. Yes, the lady maids players are collecting in this deck building game are well endowed and scantily dressed, but, if you can look past that, the gameplay is superb. Tonto Cuore Oktoberfest is the newest expansion/stand-alone version of the game, containing over two hundred cards themed with drinking, schnitzel, and barroom songs! Combine the cards with the base game or play them alone, either way Oktoberfest is ready-to-play for two to four players!
Last weekend was the prerelease, so that means this weekend is the release of Oath of the Gatewatch, the newest set for Magic the Gathering. Expanding on and working in conjunction with the Battle for Zendikar set, Oath of the Gatewatch, like all new Magic releases, launches with assorted buying options. First up, the standard booster packs contains fifteen randomly assorted cards from the second. Second, Intro Packs provide a completely build sixty card deck and new booster packs, making it the perfect entry point for new players. Third, there are Fat Packs that contains nine booster packs, a full-art deck box, one hundred mana, a spin-down counter, and a booklet that lists all the cards in the set. By the way, the Fat Packs are already out of print and also contain full art lands, two factors that will cause them to rapidly increase in price!