Following the release of Fate Reforged, Wizards of the Coast unleashes its newest Duel Deck pairing in Elspeth vs. Kiora. Each of the decks included in this boxed set come ready-to-play, specifically against each other. Anyone looking to get into Magic will find these a perfect starting point as they will provide decks for you and a friend. Each of the Planeswalkers included also feature alternate artwork that distinguishes them from other printings.
Time is never a restraint for The Doctor, so why should it be for Cubicle 7? Just because the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary was over a year and a half ago doesn’t mean that the Doctor Who roleplaying game sourcebooks should stop. And so the Seventh Doctor Sourcebook has VWROOP’ed onto the shelf. Like the previous sourcebooks, this hardcover edition contains character stats for not only the titular Doctor, but also all of his major companions and foes, as well as playable adventures that follow each of his televised episodes.
With the previous Pathfinder core set of hero miniatures out of print, Paizo has released a new Pathfinder Battles Iconic Heroes boxed set. Included within the box are six pre-painted miniatures for use within the Pathfinder RPG system. The miniatures included are an Iconic Fighter, Paladin, Sorcerer, Monk, Druid, and Snow Leopard Companion. Each miniature also comes with an exclusive Boon Card (only found in this boxed set) that may be used in-game.
Out of print for many years, Z-Man Games has finally reprinted Saint Petersburg. A set collection game at heart, Saint Petersburg plays in phases. Each phase brings a new card type up for purchase. These types include workers, buildings, trading cards, and aristocrats, each with their own ability and benefit toward gaining victory points. In addition to these original types, this reprinting has also introduced market cards which help to incorporate a fifth player.
The hottest new Japanese game show has just hit hobby store shelves! Chopstick Dexterity Mega Challenge 3000 is just as insane as other Japanese game shows (but without all the crotch shots), forcing one to three players to compete in an extreme dexterity challenge using chopsticks. On each player’s turn they draw a token that indicates a specific shaped character. These tokens match wooden meeples that are located in a rice bowl, waiting for players to pick them out using chopsticks. Each meeple that is successfully pulled out will earn that player the matching token. The player with the most tokens claims victory!
A long, long time ago in an office building in Northern America. . .Fantasy Flight promised a third faction addition to the popular X-Wing miniature game. Well, Scum and Villainy, that third faction, has finally been released. Like the Imperials and Rebels before them, the Scum and Villainy faction features ships piloted by core Star Wars characters, but this time they are the vilest bounty hunters and scoundrels in the galaxy. The first wave of ships includes the Most Wanted three pack, IG-88′s IG-2000, the M3-A Interceptor, and the StarViper.