AFTER ACTION REPORT posted on 11 SEP 2012 by Martin Lampon
Using John Tiller's Battleground Napoleonic Wars, Martin Lampon plays out the Battle of Shevardino Redoubt. This battle was fought on a prelude to the Battle of Borodino and was fought just two days prior.
VIDEO AAR posted on 8 SEP 2012 by Neil Sangster
In celebration of its 200th Anniversary, Neil Sangster puts on Napoleon's bicorne and faces off against Russian General Mikhail Kutuzov.
HISTORICAL ARTICLE posted on 7 SEP 2012 by Martin Lampon
Celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the large and epic battle, Martin Lampon pulls out the history books and lectures about what exactly took place on that day.
VIDEO AAR posted on 5 SEP 2012 by Matthew Flanigan
New writer Matthew Flanigan attempts to hold off a superior Confederate force using a Union rearguard contingent, 150 years after the historical battle took place.
MINIATURE WARGAMING posted on 3 SEP 2012 by Scott Mingus, Sr.
Scott Mingus, Sr. shares with us a revised version of his regimental-level American Civil War miniatures scenario on this brief, but decisive, battle.
HISTORICAL ARTICLE posted on 1 SEP 2012 by Scott Mingus, Sr.
New writer Scott Mingus, Sr. takes us back in time to the closing battle of Pope's North Virginia Campaign, where the Union commander found himself opposite "Stonewall" Jackson 150 years ago on this day.
AFTER ACTION REPORT posted on 30 AUG 2012 by Martin Lampon
As the Rebels, Martin Lampon stands his ground against a superior Union force in John Tiller's historical "Second Battle of Bull Run" scenario. Will he own the field after two days of bloodshed?
HISTORICAL ARTICLE posted on 28 AUG 2012 by John Dudek
New writer John Dudek shares with us what took place near Manassas Junction during three bloody days at the end of August 1862, 150 years later.
THEME INTRODUCTION posted on 27 AUG 2012 by Curtis Szmania
A series of articles will follow that will be focused on the events that took place during the Northern Virginia Campaign of the American Civil War. From the Second Battle of Bull Run to the Battle of Chantilly, we will be telling you what took place all while reenacting it on the PC and tabletop. While doing so, we may in fact change history.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 25 AUG 2012 by Chris Massey
Chris Massey explores, expands, exploits, and exterminates within a game that's offering the boundlessness of space to gamers.
BOARD GAME REVIEW posted on 23 AUG 2012 by Scott Udell
Scott Udell returns to The Wargamer to explore the essence of the air war in Vietnam in this solitaire board game from Dan Verssen.
EVENT COVERAGE posted on 22 AUG 2012 by Bill Gray
The "Mother of all wargaming conventions" has a new home and Colonel Bill was on hand to socialize, play games, buy way more than he could afford and check out the new digs.
VIDEO BOARD GAME REVIEW posted on 19 AUG 2012 by Alex Berry
New writer Alex Berry takes us back to the War of 1812 with Academy Games' portrayal of the failed American invasions of Canada.
MINIATURE WARGAMING posted on 17 AUG 2012 by Bob Barnetson
We get an introduction to wargaming the War of 1812 using 1:72-scale plastic miniatures through the words of new writer Bob Barnetson.
BOOK REVIEW posted on 16 AUG 2012 by Paul Robinson
Paul Robinson attempts to change history with this interesting "wargaming" open-ended book, which puts the reader in the middle of the fiasco that took place near the small Dutch town of Arnhem during World War 2.
MOBILE GAME REVIEW posted on 15 AUG 2012 by Charles Cabell
New writer Charles Cabell hits the beaches and tackles hedgerows in the Combat Mission conversion to the mobile platform.
PC GAME REVIEW posted on 12 AUG 2012 by Chris Massey
By building temples and casting spells, Chris Massey faces-off against demigods in this fantasy 4X real-time strategy game.
EVENT COVERAGE posted on 10 AUG 2012 by Fred Feddeck
Sci-fi/fantasy miniatures specialist Fred Feddeck heads to Chicago to get a look at the latest products offered by Games Workshop at its impressive yearly event.
VIDEO PLAYSTATION 3 GAME REVIEW posted on 8 AUG 2012 by Christian Lane
We get a great look at the jaw-dropping third-person shooter from Ubisoft through the eyes and words of new writer Christian Lane
BOOK REVIEW posted on 7 AUG 2012 by Paul Robinson
Setting his sights on the legacy of the military sniper, Paul Robinson scopes out a detailed history from Osprey Publishing.