Scott White
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Born and raised in the mitten state, Scott has been around video games for his entire life. A lover of most genres of video games (he is not one for the racing or sports games), he is especially fond of RPGs and Fighting games. Scott is far from a one-trick nerd though also having interests involving card games, such as Magic, board games, and Dungeons and Dragons. Outside of game related items, he finds giant robots (Gundam, Transformers, anything that combines into bigger robots) to be the shit , enjoys the occasional anime, and has a fondness for epic fantasy novels. The nerd is strong with this one.

Untapped Thoughts – Modern Horizons 3 Has Me Feeling Nostalgic

The Modern Horizon line of releases for Magic is always uniquely exciting, thanks to its focus on reprinting classic cards. These reprints serve an important role in the meta of Magic – making old cards legal again in the modern…

Millennium Blades – A competitive board game about a competitive card game

As a child of the 90s, I have grown up with and experienced my fair share of trading card games, starting with the granddaddy of them all, Magic: The Gathering, starting in around 1994. I was there when the Pokemon…

Untapped Thoughts on Thunder Junction

Untapped Thoughts is a feature that simply presents one nerd’s rambling thoughts on the latest set of cards and the enjoyment I got out of them. Do not expect a deep dive, cost analysis, or breakdown of the value you…

For the Queen – Ye Olde Improv

Doty, take this down – Initially released in 2019, this new edition of For the Queen, designed by Alex Roberts, has found its home at Critical Role’s tabletop publishing house, the Darrington Press. For the Queen sells itself as a…

PAX EAST 2024 Stand Outs

So…this should have been out a good bit ago. That was the goal, actually, but a steady rotation of illnesses through the family and wrestling with an 8-month-old who just wanted to move and explore the house got in the…

Hexopolis Review

Much like randomly walking around a bookshop, stumbling on a new book you’ve never heard of, and falling in love with it, I adore walking around conventions and stumbling on new board games and video games I have never heard…

SaGa Emerald Beyond Review

Having grown up in the 90s, the Golden Age of Square RPGs, I became incredibly familiar with many of the developer’s heavy hitters – the Mana, Chrono, and Final Fantasy franchises. The one that always eluded me was the SaGa…

Legend of Legacy HD Remastered Review

The Nintendo 3DS found itself home to a treasure trove of fantastic RPGs, even more so if you bring over the ones from the DS thanks to backward compatibility. Even within the genre, you could find old classics like Dragon…

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Review

Even though it was nearly four years ago now, watching the heroes take their first steps out into the bright new world Final Fantasy VII Remake created, I vividly recall the feelings of bewilderment, excitement, and wonder of what was…

Massive-Verse Fighting Card Game Review

I’m always on the lookout for board/card games that are small, fun, and quick – aka the perfect games to throw in my bag and take with me to the local brewery with friends or to bust out during lunch.…

Godsforge Boardgame Review

Thank you to Atlas Games for providing Scott with a copy of Godsforge and the expansions that were used for this review. The Godsforge – the final source of the precious Etherium resource – is dwindling and under a constant…

Deceit 2 Preview – Be careful who to trust

Whether it is in a digital video game format or played on a tabletop, I love hidden role/social deduction games. So when I had a chance to try out the upcoming Deceit 2 with members of the development team at…