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Tribes: Dawn of Humanity Review

Every gamer has a journey story about how they came to board or roleplaying games. Usually, there’s an indoctrination moment or coalescing of a group that creates a repeated social space for gaming. And as part of that, a learning process begins. Players can usually chart their growth from times they really didn’t know a […]

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Slyville Review

Before considering to buy or play this game you need to ask yourself a question:Are you ready to be a complete dick for the next 30 to 45 minutes?If yes, then Slyville provides a platform for you to be a dick of the highest order.  Otherwise you might want to consider a different game.Read more »

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The Captain Is Dead: Dangerous Planet Review

This is a guest post from Samir Samma. Many game publishers like to step into the film creation world when creating their games. Otherworldly exploration has been a common find in sci-fi movies, and game publishers have caught on to this as well. A group of space explorers is tasked to find alien relics after […]

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The Primary Review

There is a bizarre expectation when it comes to games themed on politics that to play and to really enjoy them, you need to have some understanding of politics, or, in my case for The Primary, the American electoral system.  This, quite frankly is rubbish as I know as much about politics as I do about terraforming, farming or about killing orcs, and so I was able to enjoy The Primary a lot.The Primary creates the feeling of politicking, the bravado, the strategizing, and of course the back stabbing.  The game hinges on things like “the long term plan” and “out-maneurouring”.  It asks you to focus on the “final result” and not each turn, especially those “strategic losses”.  It’s a game where you are very aware that you are playing the players rather than simply playing a game.Read more »

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Dice Hospital Review

It is said that one must work at a relationship. That you only get out what you put in, which mathematically makes no sense as if you’re making no profit, why bother? I imagine that’s missing the point somewhat, but I am not exactly the sympathetic, caring type. Insensitivity aside, it could be said that have been somewhat lax regarding my relationship with Dice Hospital. You could say we’ve had a tumultuous beginning. Before I go full Claire Rayner on you, let me explain. Read more »

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