Adeptus Titanicus: Dominus

Adeptus Titanicus: Dominus

Where to start?

This game is beautiful. If you’re into turn-based skirmishes, strategic play, and giant mechs, it’s for you. Period.

Great unit mechanics, a fast-growing playerbase, and wonderful gameplay; for once in my life, I’ve picked up an alpha Early Access that didn’t try to rob me, and that is actually playable, right out the box.

It already supports multiplayer, it has solo skirmishes/scenarios, and there’s a campaign on the way. Well worth any price, and does more for my giant mech itch than most games can.

Real player with 32.9 hrs in game

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“No weapon in the arsenal of the Imperium or the Traitor equals the Titan on the battlefield, and a Legion of such war machines can bring any world to its knees. In truth a Titan has only three enemies: folly, hubris and another of its own kind."

— Grand Master Volkus, Ordo Sinister, Divisio Militaris


The Collegia Titanica is the division of the ancient Mechanicum and the current Adeptus Mechanicus that operates and oversees the Titans, but is also more rarely known as the Adeptus Titanicus (a contraction of Adeptus Mechanicus Collegia Titanica). Bristling with massive cannons and missile launchers capable of wreaking terrible destruction upon an enemy, they dominate the battlefields of the galaxy and are a testimony to the consummate skills of the Tech-priests of the Cult Mechanicus. The Titan Legions of the Adeptus Mechanicus are amongst the most powerful military entities within the Imperium of Man, as it is known in the 41st Millenium. Ancient and implacable, Titans are colossal engines of war, massive robotic combat walkers the size of multi-story buildings rightly known as God Machines or God Engines to the Tech-priests.

Real player with 21.0 hrs in game

Adeptus Titanicus: Dominus on Steam

Talisman: Origins

Talisman: Origins

Wow! What a fantastic gift the makers of Talisman have given us! This takes you back to the beginning of the talisman world, with the creation of the crown of command and continues through the resulting havoc.

There are 7 books, each with about 4-5 quests, and each quest has 6-7 challenges that you can accomplish once you have completed the original quest once. It is challenging without being too hard and going for the challenges can take some time and replays of each quest. Also, there is indication that there will be more content added in the future.

Real player with 119.0 hrs in game

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If you want a fully fledged single player Talisman / board game experience to keep you for hours on end, this is the game.


+Revamped UI with more information for the player.

+Story unfolds via Chapters (New scenarios per chapter) and also in-game (new evolving quest-lines to complete), creating an engaging end goal for the players to achieve whilst in a Talisman board game environment.

+Chapters are introduced in tandem with the mechanics of the game, creating a good learning curve as the story progresses. This also means that each scenario offers a fresh take on the game from the perspective of a different protagonist or even antagonist.

Real player with 29.8 hrs in game

Talisman: Origins on Steam

Talisman: Digital Edition

Talisman: Digital Edition

Digital edition of classic fantasy RPG board game, Talisman. If you know the board game and like it, think no more, you need this.

..what if you don’t know Talisman? I still recommend it!

Heed this, though: old school board games tend to have different sensibilities than modern digital games and it may be bit too random for your taste. If you can’t stomach being on top of the world only for your game to be turned into ashes in your mouth because of no fault of your own or genius of your opponents, but rather pure chance of bad dice rolls… This may not be for you.

Real player with 157.2 hrs in game

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TL;DR: Ignore the meta-critic score; ignorant reviewers shouldn’t be allowed to review games.


Talisman: Digital Edition is an amazing adaptation of the original boardgame. I could write several pages about why this game is enjoyable to play, but there are a million reviews that can give you that. Instead, let me explain why all of the negative reveiwers are wrong:

1 - Most of the negative reviewers can’t read. I don’t know how to put this politely, but it seems that 9/10 of the negative reviews I see about this game come down to the fact that the reviewer didn’t understand how a certain card or area worked. For example, they’ll say things like, “I couldn’t use my Psionic Blast card in the middle of combat????”” … when the card clearly states when you can use it. I’m sorry, but if you can’t even read, you shouldn’t be reviewing games.

Real player with 147.9 hrs in game

Talisman: Digital Edition on Steam

Blood Bowl 2

Blood Bowl 2

I see a lot of negative reviews from people who have played the original blood bowl games which I can’t comment on due to BB2 being my first experience of the game, all I can say is that I love it, if I’ve got free time it’s my first, second and third choice, and if I’m not playing I’m watching a stream :)


1. Incredibly deep gameplay/strategy, after 600 hours I still feel like a noob, every team can be developed differently according to how you like to play, and more than half the teams haven’t been released yet so still plenty of variety to come.

Real player with 2055.4 hrs in game

Yes I do recommend this game. Yes I probably should take a rage management treatment due to the random nature of the game… STILL, like Poker… this dice game REALLY reward skill, but sometimes the game “deals” you a crappy hand… and then close to anybody can beat you.

Some really love Blood bowl and give it 10/10… some don’t… It’s abit sad that many of the reviews here are made of unexperienced gamers. And if you find the game too expensive - just buy it on sale!?

Unpatient or timid gamers should not play this game. You will experience that the PvP is very hard for new coaches. The skill level of the more experienced coaches are really high and they will punish every mistake. You move 11 players on the pitch in a conversion of a table top game. Turn based, 16 turns each. All the time you need to make risk calculations and use your logic and tactical skills. Read the player/race guides out there, it will help you alot developing your skills! The game should be of course played vs real human opponents… not the AI.

Real player with 1776.7 hrs in game

Blood Bowl 2 on Steam

Warhammer Quest

Warhammer Quest

It’s an OK game but sadly when I play this I can only see the wasted potential of what could have been and the way it could have expose to others the warhammer fantasy universe like the Warhammer Quest (which this game is based on), Warhammer Fantesy Battles wargame or the Warhammer Roleplaying Game.

This game is a basic dungeon crawler where you explore the dungeon and kill monsters in order to reach to the final room and receive some rewards like items, gold, items and experience.

The game fall short in the amount of the random events you may encounter while dungeons crawling and sadly most of those events have negative outcomes so you will most likely try to avoid them if you can.

Real player with 182.2 hrs in game


A poor implementation of a great board game.

It’s fun at first, but the developers have managed to take a great board game and turn it into a grindfest. It’s as if they were trying to make a free-to-play money pit game. To pile insult onto injury, the PC version is a crappy port of the mobile version, with clunky, painful keyboard controls, no option for remapping keys, and a ton of unnecessary clicking.

Ways the Board Game is Superior

  • You don’t have the absurd equipment restrictions of only being able to equip/ready 12 items, and, even more stupidly, only four of each tier (there are no item tiers in the board game). Access to bandages and provisions is critical to surviving the board game early on, but access to them is artificially (and absurdly) limited in the video game.

Real player with 87.6 hrs in game

Warhammer Quest on Steam

Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition

Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition

This game falls in one of two categories: You will love it immensely, or you will hate it and wish you never played it.

For starters, it has a tremendously high learning curve. I’ve put my share of time in with both this and the legendary edition and I’m still learning new tactics. Couple that with every single team having their own specific playing style that you need to learn to a certain degree, and you have a death sentence for a new player that isn’t patient enough to actually learn the ins and outs of the game.

Real player with 224.7 hrs in game

You will discover new swear words you never knew you needed.

This game is frustrating. Let me say this right off the bat. It. Is. Frustrating. Between the rather convoluted rules and the insane randomness. This game is a pain to get into., especially if you’re unfamiliar with the table-top or previous incarnations. The tutorial helps a little buut the ingame documentation is done in absurdly fine print and is a pairn to read. this is one of those games where you will do most of your learning via play and by play I mean getting your ass handed to you a few times. Once you do learn…the game becomes deliciously satisfying. Still frustrating as hell but the furstration makes the successes all the more satisfying.. Oh there is nothing so great as tackling a guy on the opposing team and sending him to morgue.

Real player with 161.5 hrs in game

Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition on Steam

Mighty Dungeons

Mighty Dungeons

I enjoyed this little budget game so far. It feels like Heroquest but better. Done 5 of 8 campaigns already in about 5.5 hours. That being said, one playthrough and I think I’ll be done with it. I’m guessing I’ll get about 10 hours tops out of it playing with one of the OP toons.

For the price, if you enjoyed Heroquest as a kid, this is worth.

UPDATE: Underestimated this game. I was playing with permanent death and in the last map of the 7th campaign I was overconfident and ran into a room through a secret door with 8 powerful toons all giving each other gang bonus. First one smacked me around silly.

Real player with 25.1 hrs in game

This game sits in my wishlist for a long time but during this summer sale I decided to buy it. Started with a barbarian to learn the mechanics. Made some bad decision but I am able to finish the first 3 campaign easily. So far so good. I gathered enough points to upgrade so I have increased attack speed, attack and defense for my bloodthirsty barbarian. Rushing through Chaos Gods campaign gives me the first surprise: end boss wipes the floor with me. From 2 hits. WTF? OK maybe I missed something so let’s get back to Skeltor campaign. End boss kicks my butt. Again. What the hell is going on here?

Real player with 20.8 hrs in game

Mighty Dungeons on Steam