INTERVIEW posted on 23 AUG 2010 by Scott Parrino
The Wargamer's Chris Beck recently caught up with Arcen Games' founder, Chris Park to chat about where the company came from and where it's going.
COMMUNITY NEWS posted on 19 MAY 2010 by Scott Parrino
The National World War II Museum is inviting donations to help pay for WWII Vets to visit the museum's 10th Anniversary of its opening on June 5th.
INDUSTRY NEWS posted on 19 MAY 2010 by Scott Parrino
Atomic Software's game, Breach, was allegedly the target of an attempted theft of its code.
HARDWARE REVIEW posted on 14 MAY 2010 by Scott Parrino
iPads are the hot commodity right now. The Wagamer's Jim Zabek shares his initial thoughts on it.
INTERVIEW posted on 9 MAY 2010 by Jim Zabek
The Wargamer's Jim Zabek has just completed interviewing David Heath of Matrix Games and JD McNeil of Slitherine Software about the news of the merger of their companies.
INDUSTRY NEWS posted on 15 APR 2010 by Scott Parrino
Voting for the one of the most prestigious awards in wargaming has opened.
INDUSTRY NEWS posted on 12 APR 2010 by Scott Parrino
An already ugly legal dispute between Activision and former Infinity War employees is likely to delay the release of the next Modern Warfare Title.
INDUSTRY NEWS posted on 1 OCT 2009 by Scott Parrino
CDV Software and Matrix Games have just announced they have inked a deal for Matrix to publish CDV titles.
INDUSTRY NEWS posted on 17 SEP 2009 by Scott Parrino
Turning Point Simulations has announced four titles in a series that will cover 20 Decisive Battles of the World.
FEATURED DOWNLOAD posted on 12 JUN 2009 by Scott Parrino
The award-winning sports management franchise is now free.
INDUSTRY NEWS posted on 25 MAR 2009 by Scott Parrino
In another sad note to the gaming economy, Lighthouse Interactive, perhaps most notable for its highly anticipated, yet to be released East India Company, has closed its doors.
INDUSTRY NEWS posted on 23 FEB 2009 by Scott Parrino
An appeals court has overturned a California law regarding age restrictions on games. The law was deemed a waste of hundreds of thousands of tax dollars as well as an attempt to create "state-sponsored nannyism".
EVENT COVERAGE posted on 13 MAR 2008 by Scott Parrino
Follow Bill Macon to Charlottesville, Virginia as he staves off the February doldrums at PrezCon 2008. The DoubleTree Hotel was sold out for this year's active gaming convention.
INTERVIEW posted on 11 NOV 2007 by Scott Parrino
Sean Drummy gets an opportunity to sit down with AGEOD CEO Philippe Thibaut and lead developer Philippe Malacher to discuss their latest release, American Civil War: The Blue and the Gray, game design philosophy, and where the world of wargaming is taking AGEOD.
EVENT COVERAGE posted on 21 OCT 2007 by Scott Parrino
If you weren’t one of the select few attendees at the Heat of Battle Convention in N’awlins, you missed the best gaming convention on the planet. Period.
EVENT COVERAGE posted on 26 SEP 2007 by Brant Guillory
Fantasy Flight Games has established a reputation for creating tabletop games with high quality game components and fun gameplay. Now they have taken the dive into serious wargaming. See what The Wargamer's Brant Guillory found out at this year's GenCon.
EVENT COVERAGE posted on 21 SEP 2007 by Brant Guillory
Randal Bills of Catalyst Game Labs spills the beans about the upcoming Catalyst products and the future of the Classic BattleTech game and universe. Brant Guillory turns a 10-minute chat into this 45-minute sit-down.
EDITORIAL posted on 10 SEP 2007 by Scott Parrino
The Wargamer's Pete Gade finds an old favorite exhumed. Read his one-on-one with Rex Morton and Rex's success getting Dawn Patrol on VASSAL.