EDITORIAL posted on 23 SEP 2006 by Scott Parrino
In this edition of When Gaming Meets History, Wild Bill recounts the "tragedy turned triumph" in General Matthew Ridgeway's first battle with communist forces during the Korean War.
EDITORIAL posted on 21 SEP 2006 by Brant Guillory
Brant Guillory reports his first impressions and initial findings from the Hobby Gamer Survey, an academic foray into the world of gaming.
EDITORIAL posted on 26 AUG 2006 by Scott Parrino
Find out why The Wargamer’s Pete Gade thinks that publishers are "Just saying no!" to the true gateway wargame.
EDITORIAL posted on 17 AUG 2006 by Scott Parrino
The Line of Departure site hosted by The Wargamer has been updated for the 54th time, offering a detailed reviews of two magazine-published games, Cactus Throne (Against the Odds) and Valley of Tears (Armchair General).
EDITORIAL posted on 9 AUG 2006 by Scott Parrino
Fusing computer code calculations with a miniature wargame interface must seem like a match made in wargamers’ heaven, but what does the toy soldier wing of the hobby really think?
EDITORIAL posted on 17 JUN 2006 by Scott Parrino
Play your board games again—online. The Wargamer’s Pete Gade gets you started on VASSAL, a free service that will change the way you game.
EDITORIAL posted on 14 MAY 2006 by Scott Parrino
Wild Bill shares his historical insight on the final days of the Second World War and the "Allies' dilemma" in this latest edition of When Gaming Meets History.
EDITORIAL posted on 6 MAY 2006 by Scott Parrino
The man behind Lock 'N Load, Mark H. Walker, shares his thoughts on the future of consoles and wargaming in his editorial In My House: A New Age in Wargaming.
EDITORIAL posted on 26 APR 2006 by Scott Parrino
New Orleans wargamer and shop owner Jeff Junker shares his experiences and insight on the impact of Hurricane Katrina on hobby shops in the region. Read on to find out what seven feet of water can do to a wargaming hobby shop.
EDITORIAL posted on 10 APR 2006 by Scott Parrino
Sean Drummy shares his thoughts on Microsoft’s next generation gaming console: is the nature of this graphical processing beast to be just a next-gen video game console, or does Microsoft have much more in mind than just gaming?
EDITORIAL posted on 19 MAR 2006 by Scott Parrino
In his latest historical column, "Wild Bill" Wilder recounts the 1967 battle for An Thach, a key battle in the early stages of the Vietnam Conflict.
EDITORIAL posted on 22 FEB 2006 by Scott Parrino
Did old-timers run away with the voting, or did the newcomers steal the show? How did your favorites fare? Find out with the results from The Wargamer's Readers' Choice Awards for the best in gaming from 2005.
EDITORIAL posted on 11 FEB 2006 by Brant Guillory
Was the Japanese surrender in the summer of 1945 a direct result of the atomic bomb, or perhaps a less obvious reason? Brant Guillory reports on an alternative theory as presented by Dr. Tsuyoshi Hasegawa of UC-Santa Barbara.
EDITORIAL posted on 24 JAN 2006 by Scott Parrino
The Wargamer is proud to present our Readers' Choice Best of the Year 2005 voting, now open to tally your vote.
EDITORIAL posted on 11 JAN 2006 by Scott Parrino
Put on that modding hat and check your pride at the door. Sean Drummy is going to get down and dirty with Hearts of Iron II to show off some tricks, cheats, mods, and maybe give a tutorial or two for the hands-on sort of gamer like himself.
EDITORIAL posted on 8 JAN 2006 by Scott Parrino
Following the American victory at Guadalcanal, Japan was seeking a chance to strike back. "Wild Bill" Wilder recounts the critical defense of Milne Bay in 1943 in this latest historical article.
EDITORIAL posted on 24 DEC 2005 by Scott Parrino
This latest edition of the Desktop General, Bill Trotter journeys to The American Armor Foundation Museum to see a lot of tanks, models, and other cool stuff from the collection of one very lucky man.
EDITORIAL posted on 23 DEC 2005 by Scott Parrino
Aaron McKenna and Jim Cobb go tet-a-tet in a debate over the merits of Raging Tiger, the modern warfare simulation from ProSim and Shrapnel Games.
EDITORIAL posted on 11 DEC 2005 by Scott Parrino
"Wild Bill" Wilder returns with his latest historical article, this time detailing the famed Blitzkrieg that tore apart Europe in 1939-1940.