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Michael BarnesMichael Barnes   May 21, 2015   142  
"Looks like we got ourselves a reader...whatchoo readin' for?
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MattDPMattDP   May 18, 2015   211  
The deckbuilding mechanic of Dominion was the most revolutionary thing in the last decade of tabletop gaming. Many other games have build on that creativity. Yet after all that time and all those titles, deckbuilding still feels like a mechanic struggling to find its place in the world. It's an inherently insular thing. Demanding significant setup time and forcing players to obsess over their own constructions while ignoring everyone else. Nightfall and Star Realms added more interaction, but it wasn't enough. A Few Acres of Snow briefly looked like a miraculous saviour but got crushed under...
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charlestcharlest   May 13, 2015   276  
An abstract that stirs emotion and gets the blood pumping. 
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Michael BarnesMichael Barnes   May 07, 2015   528  
The Game So Nice I Reviewed it Twice.
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repomanrepoman   May 04, 2015   293  
4.2 Pounds That's what the ASL rulebook weighs. Now it says something that you can use a measurement of weight to describe a rule book but when you consider that the pages that make up those 4.2 pounds are large and contain two columns of very small print you are taking it to a whole new level.
Boardgame Reviews
MattDPMattDP   May 04, 2015   683  
It takes about a New York minute between seeing a copy of the X-Wing base game and wondering what a Star Destroyer model might look like at that scale. In that minuscule time frame, Star Wars: Armada became an inevitability. In truth, the Star Destroyer in any scale is almost bound to ruin the look of the game. Even here it looks enormous, and dwarfs the spindly Rebel ships that oppose it. The quality of the paint jobs seems to have gone down a notch, too. Armada just doesn't have the same visual appeal as its...
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Black BarneyBlack Barney   May 03, 2015   339  
Brought my four year old, Emily, to the movies today and thought that one of these DisneyNature movies could fit the bill, rated G and all. Turned out to be a pretty enjoyable 90 minutes. Tina Fey actually does a pretty good entertaining job narrating the whole thing as you follow a small family of monkeys dealing with social structure and the usual jungle stuff in Sri Lanka. Some beautiful visuals and I think monkeys playing with a dog is probably worth the price of admission alone. I'm sure Justin Beiber...
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Michael BarnesMichael Barnes   April 30, 2015   727  
"Micheal"?
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