The boys and I played a game of Car Wars. Our three mostly-painted cars had a close fight, you should read the whole thing.
Kaptain Kobold has a game of SAGA up, with Vikings squaring off against a coalition of folks who don't appreciate being raided. A close-run thing.
Speaking of close-run things, go check out the MASSIVE Waterloo game that Kaptain Kobold pointed out to me. Truly epic.
Baron Von J has a post-apocalyptic variation on Fistful of Lead in playtesting. Pretty cool, but the playing cards-western shootout thing is a much tighter connection than poker and the end of the world.
Found a new (to me) gaming blog, Double Six, which has a couple neat batreps up: one from a Mordheim game, another from a LoTR game. And a Dux Bellorum mini-campaign from 565 AD, part 1 and part 2. Site added to the blog roll.
Speaking of eras I've never gamed, here's a prehistoric wargame report. Beautiful miniatures, surprisingly cool.
Wargaming with Barks continues a Star Wars comic-formatted campaign - part 1, part 2, and part 3.
And here's some video batreps I've stumbled upon - one in a system called Relic Worlds, which is based on the Savage Worlds Showdown system, which I'm a fan of and have used in fantasy gaming (see here and here). And here's a video batrep in the LoTR world - the main page and the YouTube video link.
Wargaming4grownups has a World War I AAR up, with a neat way to play 'cards' for initiative. Campaigns in Miniature has a World War II desert game up replaying the Italian invasion of Egypt in 1940. Their result is characteristically Italian for the period.
Hook Island has a rather good-looking game up played in Liber Militum Tercios, while Platoon Forward has a "milk run" mission in the Green Zone posted... no such thing.