Posts Tagged ‘Alien’
The UK Games Expo is back! Geek Pride heads down to Birmingham NEC to check out the latest in gaming. Needless to say, we had a great time...
The Destroyer of Worlds is the latest cinematic module for the Alien roleplaying game, and this time its war!
Geek Pride braves the unknown terrors of deep space with the Alien: The Roleplaying Game - Starter Set from Free League.
Peter Ray Allison grabs his pulse rifle and joins the colonial marines to check out Free League Publishing's Alien: The Roleplaying Game. Spoiler: It's a bit good...
Despite the mixed response to the recent Prometheus and Covenant films, the Alien series still hold a special place in many geeks’ hearts. The Alien and Aliens films are frequently praised and the colonial marine cosplayers remain a frequent sight at conventions. There has been a slew of video game adaptations of varying quality, from […]
This year’s UK Games Expo (reviewed here) was a smorgasbord of gaming delights. One that could be happily indulged in until the credit card whimpers in despair. For many, this was there first chance to see the new edition of Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay in action, whilst Villagers and Star Wars Outer Rim seemed to be […]
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The rather amazing team over at A-Box.com sent us one of the limited edition Alien Covenant boxes to open up, and it absolutely did not disappoint. Head over to their site to check out the other amazing boxes they have on offer, and tell them Geek Pride sent you!
Celebrating the release of Alien: Covenant, which might not be as great as Aliens is still not as bad as Prometheus or Alien vs Predator: Requiem, A-Box will be releasing their Alien: Covenant box.
And so the struggle begins! How do I remain objective when I’m reviewing a movie from my favourite film franchise? How do I stop myself from devolving into total ‘fan-boy’ territory – either gushing praise over or screaming bile about, a movie that is a direct prequel to a film (the 1979 original) that I […]