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Barnestorming- ERP #4- El Grande, Destiny, A Dark Room, Winter Soldier, Electric Avenue
That's MR. El Grande to you, chief.
 
 
Barnestorming- Spurs in Review, Velocity2X, Multiversity, Theme Parks
Not quite enough gun, son.
 
 
Hold Fast: Russia 1941-1942 Review
I'd wager that the Eastern Front of World War 2 is the most common setting for board games, ever. More so than the far future, or a Tolkienesque fantasy or even satisfying the whims of Renaissance nobles. So why do Worthington Games think we need another? The answer is that there isn't another Eastern Front game quite like this, at least not in the modern canon. It's a block game, like Eastfront, but that's a far less approachable title. It's low unit density like No Retreat, but that's a far more complex title. It's easy for...
 
 
Barnestorming- ERP #3: Bohanza, Tonga Bonga, Tower of Babel, Harlock, X
"This looks f&%king stupid"- my girlfriend back in 1997.
 
 
Doomtown Reloaded - Card Game Review
As many of you prepared for your annual trek to GenCon, I feel certain there are a bunch of you planning on making a beeline for the Alderac booth to pick your new, shiny copy of Doomtown Reloaded. And I can hardly blame you – Doomtown was one of the greatest CCGs I ever played, and to this day, remains my absolute favorite. Evil monsters, heroic undead, gunfights and horses and ghost rock – Doomtown was an Old West horror game that always left me half-wishing I could visit, and half-glad I couldn’t. And it wasn’t just the setting,...
 
 
Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Review
There have been many, many attempts at blending role-playing games and strategy games. Until recently, almost all fell foul of the fundamental mismatch between playing co-operatively in the imagination and competing on a board. The latest iteration is Pathfinder: the Adventure Card Game. Based on the famous role-playing game of the same name it may be the purest distillation of the adventure game concept yet. It’s smart, simple and packed with potential variety. But for all the benefits it boasts it trips on perhaps the most basic hurdle in game design: it just isn’t terribly interesting...
 
 
Barnestorming- Sons of Anarchy in Review, Star Realms IOS, Five Years, Fugazi
Bad ass.
 
 
Barnestorming- Korean Dexterity Games in Review, Asara, Augustus, Catching Fire, Big Black
Whack off and flip out.
 
 
Barnestorming- ERP #2: Modern Art, The Swarm, Blood Bowl IOS, Baron Munchausen, Kylesa
Masterpiece.
 
 
All My Lovin' - Love Letter Review
I’m not sure I actually like Love Letter, but I also don’t know if I’d ever turn down a game of it. What would be the point of refusing to play? It’s such a trifle that I find it hard to believe that anyone would hate it enough to want nothing to do with it. In fact the most impressive thing about Love Letter is probably that it makes a case for itself at all, over easier activities like having a sip of coffee or sitting quietly. It’s just good enough to justify its existence and it makes...
 
 
 
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