We recently received a free review copy of the "Extremis" boxed set from Games Workshop's third edition of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, and here's what we think of it! The front cover of the box for "Extremis", a starter set for Games Workshop's newest edition of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. When we acquired this boxed starter set, we[...]
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Thankfully for fans of the fantasy worlds that Games Workshop puts out, such as the Mortal Realms of Age of Sigmar, that game, in particular, is one of the more popular settings for the company and is now in its third edition of gameplay We got ahold of a free, advance review copy of Age of Sigmar:[...]
Warhammer: Age of Sigmar has had a recent whirlwind of new models revealed these past few weeks through the Broken Realms saga From Teclis to Be'lakor, the reveals by UK-based game design company Games Workshop have run the gamut of allegiances in the game These new models have competition now, though, and its reveal has[...]
Games Workshop has announced its plans to update the 41st Millennium into the ninth edition with a new ruleset for Warhammer 40,000!
Games Workshop, the world-renowned creator of such games as Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer: Age of Sigmar and a good many others, has announced a return to their schedule of new releases Furthermore, they've announced that for over 400 of their model kits there will be an update in pricing This update could be a major one[...]
Some people on various other websites are positing that this is something from the Death Grand Alliance of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, but unless this is a Flesh-Eater Court or other faction with its skin on the bone, that feels unlikely to us Practically speaking, this is pretty likely to be a Nurgle musician, possibly a[...]
After roughly more than one full month, Games Workshop, the tabletop gaming industry giant best known for their wargames Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, are finally reopening their webstore This news comes in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic's continued spread around the globe. Games Workshop's news hub, the Warhammer Community, announced the reopening of their[...]
We here at Bleeding Cool saw all of this, and said, "Hey, there're just so many models here! This will take a lot of images!" And therefore, for our sake just as well as yours, we have decided to split the previews into two major ones: Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, and Warhammer 40,000 We covered Age of Sigmar[...]
So, starting with the previews we got for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar and leading up to Warhammer 40,000, we will be doing just that. Pointy Aelves Got A Lot Of New Goodies I hadn't noticed this at the get-go, and maybe this is because I'm personally so new to Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, but apparently the High Aelves (now[...]
Games Workshop is finally succumbing to the pressures put upon them by various governments across the globe to temporarily shut its doors.
Games Workshop, creator of the aforementioned games, is letting you get your hands on a Zoat model usable in both of those games!
Well, I hate to say it, folks, but we saw this coming. Games Workshop, Origins-Award-nominated game design and development company, has released a statement officially canceling a good many events.
Despite a large number of conventions and expos being closed due to the COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus), Games Workshop has decided to throw Nurgle to the wind and unveil a bunch of new models for their various games at GAMA Expo, the Games Manufacturer's Association's private trade show. An Aralith Stonemage, for the Lumineth in Warhammer: Age[...]
This release comes hot on the heels of the "Blood of the Phoenix" boxed set release.