Websites

Tally-Ho Corner – The new home of Tim Stone, penner of wargaming loudest words. The landlord at The Flare Path, the best weekly column that was previously housed at RockPaperShotgun and now found a new lovely and cozy place at the Tally-Ho Corner.

The Avid Wargamer – Max Chee is the kind of guy that will do everything he can to entertain you as well as inform you. He enjoys all wargames and loves writing them. Also, he’s one of the few people still actively working to make the community a more engaged and a better place.

Real and Simulated Wars – Feature-rich blog, with a proven track record for excellent and diverse content. It’s very hard to pin down RSW into a corner when it comes to its definition so you’ll be doing yourself a favor by exploring it yourself. There are years of content and it’s still updated regularly. Expect AAR, previews, analysis, and a ton of “small” articles focusing on very minute details or a very small portion of a game. Also, a lot of screenshots.

Let’s Talk About Wargamer – A recent effort in Wargaming media headed by freelance journalists Joe Fonseca and Jack Trumbull. Scour their trove if looking for in-depth game reviews analytical content and general news.

The Few Good Men– Great repository of Combat Mission Scenarios.

Wargamer.com – A generalist news website that sometimes focuses on wargames. Read if you’re looking for news and tabletop content.

PCGamesN – Another generalist news website that from time to time churns out some interesting features and in-depth articles.

RockPaperShotgun – The former house Tim Stone’s The Flare Path. They still manage to wrangle some interesting pieces related to Strategy and Wargaming every once in a while, so they’re worth checking out.

PCGamer – It’s PcGamer