Elsewhere: COIN Frontiers
“Where have you been for the last couple weeks?” you’ve undoubtedly been asking. Wedding, wedding, new baby (not mine), work, school, wedding. That’s where.
Oh, and I’ve also had a few articles published over at Miniature Market’s Review Corner. First up, Michael Barnes and I debated the merits of Cuba Libre as an entry point into the excellent COIN Series, followed by a discussion about our reservations about Falling Sky: The Gallic Revolt Against Caesar, and why despite those reservations it has become my favorite volume of the series. Meanwhile, I also reviewed Star Trek: Frontiers. Long story short, it’s Mage Knight in outer space with an extra dose of talking. “Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra,” indeed.
Posted on August 18, 2016, in Board Game and tagged Cuba Libre, Falling Sky, GMT Games, Star Trek: Frontiers, The Review Corner, WizKids. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
Any chance we’ll be seeing a dedicated review of Falling Sky? I’ve been fascinated by the setting, but I’m not entirely sold quite yet. Does the COIN system really translate well into the period?
Yes, absolutely. Planning on writing about it next week.
So the new baby isn’t yours, but the three weddings were?
I do live in polygamy country, you know.