Tag Archives: Renegade Game Studios

Chris Wray: What I Enjoyed Playing in July & August 2020

This is the July and August entry for my series where I post five games I enjoyed playing in the past month for which I didn’t have time to do full reviews.  As always, there’s a combination of old and … Continue reading

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Ten 2020 Titles I’m Eagerly Anticipating (Article by Chris Wray)

There’s a bit of a down feeling about the hobby these days: everybody is understandably worried about Gen Con and Essen being cancelled, and a few games are being delayed. But I’m feeling pretty confident that this is going to … Continue reading

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Surviving the Purge: Sentient (Game Review by Brandon Kempf)

Designer: J. Alex Kevern Artist: Chris Ostrowski Publisher: Renegade Games Players: 2-4 Time: 45-60 minutes Times Played: 5 Sentient (adjective): able to perceive or feel things Sentient is a dice manipulation puzzle. An ever changing puzzle at that. In the … Continue reading

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Brandon Kempf – Surviving the Purge 2

Over the next few months, instead of going with my Three Games articles, I am going to take a look at my collection and try to discuss why certain titles survived the great purge of 2019. During this process I … Continue reading

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Clank! Expeditions – Temple of the Ape Lords (Game Review by Brandon Kempf)

Designer: Tim McKnight Artists: Anika Burrell, Nathan McGuire, Raul Ramos, Nate Storm, Alain Viesca Publishers: Dire Wolf Digital & Renegade Game Studios Players: 2-4 Play Time: 30-60 minutes Times Played: 2 “Welcome to the Jungle, we’ve got fun …. Games” … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Clank!-iverse…

When we originally reviewed Clank! here on the Opinionated Gamers website, I commented that the game “could well be the love child of Dungeonquest & Ascension.” Since I’m a long-time fan of Dungeonquest, that’s not a bad thing. (Side note: … Continue reading

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