MINIATURES REVIEW posted on 13 JUN 2012 by Fred Feddeck
A new member of The Wargamer team, Fritz Feddeck, shows us what makes fantasy miniature wargaming exciting using a certain Warhammer box set.
MINIATURES REVIEW posted on 22 APR 2009 by Scott Parrino
Looking for some Roman siege engines to decorate a desk or face down the barbarian hordes? Check these out.
MINIATURES REVIEW posted on 8 DEC 2008 by Scott Parrino
Itís been a long time since Colonel Bill picked up a pilum or slung a martiobarbouli, but when historical publication giant Osprey and software producer Slitherine entered the ancients miniature wargaming fray, he just couldnít resist. Here is his review on what he found to be a very surprising set of rules.
MINIATURES REVIEW posted on 14 DEC 2005 by Scott Parrino
Axis & Allies for the Yi-Gi-Oh! generation? Step right in and find out how Wizards is moving a classic strategy game to a miniatures format.
MINIATURES REVIEW posted on 1 JUL 2005 by Scott Parrino
Live from Origins 2005, The Wargamer's Jim Zabek was among the very first members of the press to try out Avalon Hill's latest iteration of this classic franchise. Check out the detailed screenshots, gameplay explanations, and unit details in this exclusive preview.
MINIATURES REVIEW posted on 10 MAR 2005 by Scott Parrino
Rick Fehrenbacher explores the miniature gaming offering, Flames of War, a company-level World War II game.
MINIATURES REVIEW posted on 1 FEB 2004 by Scott Parrino
Gamers who enjoy wargaming with miniatures, may appreciate a new series of uniform reference materials, known as Histopedia, available from Wargaming.net. Chuck Synold takes a look at Ancient Armies, the first publication in this series.