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Pages: 80, Paperback, Games Workshop
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Customer White Dwarf (Games Workshop) Reviews (9)
by - written on 05/06/09 (Very useful, 24 readings)
White Dwarf is a monthly magazine published in the UK to support the Games Workshop wargaming hobby, currently priced at £4.50 per month. The magazine covers Games Workshop's three core games - Fantasy, 40,000, and Lord of the Rings, typically having articles to do with each game in each issue. Games tend to get a larger focus dependent on the new releases that particular month so, if a new Fantasy army is released that month then that army will get a large section of the magazine to publicise it in and the other games will get sidelined a little. Sadly, this is one of my major complaints with the magazine of late, and that is that it seems to have become ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 40 readings)
White Dwarf is Games Workshop's official magazine, and every issue contains articles relating to each of their mainstream games, so Warhammer, Warhammer 40,000 and the Lord of the Rings game all have mentions. Every issue is about 150-180 pages in length, and these pages are crammed with battle reports (a turn-by-turn analysis of a fight between 2 armies controlled by Games Workshop staff), modelling and painting masterclasses, tactics to use in your games, new rules, and of course showcases for all the new models that have been released. The biggest problem with this magazine is that they tend to be themed around new releases, often to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/01, updated on 26/06/05 (Very useful, 205 readings)
Ive been following Games Workshop and White Dwarf for a few years having lost interest with it on some occasions but always coming back within a few months. Whats been interesting to note is the gradual change of their magazine, White Dwarf. At £3.50 its a reasonable price considering it comes out every month especially as it is very colourful with around 100 pages. After all the whole Games Workshop hobby is an expensive one so you cant really complain about the magazines price. There is always an extensive news section at the beginning of the magazine telling you what is happening in the GW world, commenting on upcoming events and what new releases ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/00, updated on 09/08/00 (Useful, 153 readings)
This magazine is an in house insighht to the world of Games Workshop (see previous review on Games Workshop!). It starts with an editors speech and goes through various games and ends with the lastest models you can buy. The magazine shows many highly painted minatures done by very skilled painters, which is useful for ideas and character life. The articles within the monthly edition magazine are varied and informative, with lots of useful back ground knowledge and character tales. It also features the newer armys and minatures coming out. One of the main features is the battle report, which allows the documentation of two highly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/00, updated on 31/08/00 (Useful, 67 readings)
White Dwarf is the accompanying magazine for Games Workshop games. It has a range of articles about all the games from Warhammer to Battle Fleet Gothic. There are previews, reviews, ideas, letter and basically everything you'’ expect in an accompanying magazine including a chunky mail order and battle report at the end. The front page is always pretty good, as all the Games Workshop art is fantastic, Blanche is my favourite. There are a fair few, pictures in the mag too. Also there are plenty of opportunities to see the miniatures that are involved in GW games painted how they should be and to an amazing standard, in the Eavy Metal Bitz. ... Read the complete review
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