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Game Freak #9
It's tough to pay attention to board games this week when RED DEAD REDEMPTION is out, an easy contender for Game of the Year and a title that is very, very close to letting me completely fall helplessly in love with it. But I do still love the board games, regardless, although it's a shame that Western themes are usually reserved for crappy games. Or they're silly. It's very telling that most of the semi-decent Western games have been made by Europeans. But in this week's timely and topical Games from the Crypt, we have GUNSLINGER....
EVE Conquest - Review
Today's slow and complicated game is EVE: Conquest. It's based on a video game (strike one) and is published by White Wolf (strike two). Yet somehow it still manages to hit a double. Not a home run, certainly, and if you're playing with two people, it's a humiliating strike-out, but get four people around the table who want to spend some time creating extraordinarily long-term strategies and planning out every nuance of a thoroughly complex chain of events, and you'll wind up having a good time.
Castle Panic - Defend Your Castle, But Don't Forget The Nitroglycerin
At my house, we love almost all games, but our constantly evolving list of favorites tends to migrate toward cooperative games. In fact, I just recently I ordered just over a hundred duckets worth of them from to get the free shipping they offer on larger orders, and instead of being a selfish prick and getting what I would normally buy for my own amusement, I decided that I should put the family first and get some of the most highly-touted co-op games. The titles I selected were Pandemic: On The Brink, Ghost Stories, A Touch Of Evil,...
Design By Committee
A while ago I had the pleasure of reviewing The Hell of Stalingrad by Clash of Arms games. If you can’t be bothered to follow the link, I’ll give you a free pass to the end of the column where I concluded that it was a pretty good and very innovative game that was unfortunately let down by some pretty rough edges, and that it promised to be a fantastic base for future iterations of the series. Well, having not had the chance to play the game in a while I was struck by the desire...
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