Posts Tagged ‘war’
Peter Ray Allison picks up fantasy author Susan Boulton's latest novel from, Hand of Glory, a story about war and what comes after.
Admittedly it’s been a while since I last owned a Call of Duty game (I think Ghosts may have been the last one I actually bought). But apparently, since I last looked, the series lost its goddamn mind. The first real trailer for Infinity Ward’s newest offering, Infinite Warfare, has just dropped and it’s hard to wrap words around […]
Don’t let the epic name fool you; Age of War is a tiny game of conquest set in feudalJapan. Created by legendary designer Reiner Knizia and published by Fantasy Flight Games, does this game live up to the pedigree? The game play of AoW is fairly straightfoward. The players set out 14 Castle cards which […]
Have you ever watched Charlie Brown, heard him say “nuts!”, and wondered how that came about. It’s an interesting story. It goes back to the Second World War, in one of our most trying times of the entire war, and it’s got probably the best misinterpretation I’ve ever heard. We had invaded Normandy six months […]
[quote] IT’S NOT THE WAR WE KNOW. IT’S THE WAR THEY FOUGHT. Two years after setting the new standard in war combat documentaries with its Emmy®-winning masterpiece WWII Lost Films, HISTORY™ shifts its focus to a different generation and to one of the most controversial wars in American history. Narrated by Emmy®-nominated actor Michael […]