Board Game Reviews


Legends Untold Review

In our Legends Untold review, we take a look at a cooperative adventure game from Hugh Ducker and Inspiring Games. The post Legends Untold Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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Marvel Champions The Card Game Review

Stats: No. of players: 1-4 Amount of time to play: 45-90 min Age requirements: 12+ Set-up time: 5 min Marvel Champions is a cooperative living card game (LCG) in which you control an iconic super hero and must defeat an infamous villain. Marvel Champions Rules Description: You start Marvel Champions the Card Game by selecting your hero. The base game comes with Spider-man, Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Black Panther and She-Hulk. You must also select the villain you wish to take on. Rhino, Klaw, and Ultron are included. Each villain comes with their own minions and schemes they are trying to accomplish. You lose if all the heroes are reduced to zero health or if the villain accumulates enough threat tokens to pull off their heinous scheme. You win by knocking out the villain. There are four Aspects that pair with the hero’s deck in the game; aggression, justice, protection and leadership. When building a deck, you can use the suggested aspects for the included heroes or mix a different aspect with each hero

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Resident Evil 2: The Board Game Review

In our Resident Evil 2: The Board Game review, we look at a cooperative survival game from Steamforged Games based on the popular video game. The post Resident Evil 2: The Board Game Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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Raids Board Game Review

Stats: No. of players: 2-4 Amount of time to play: 45-60 min Age requirements: 10+ Set-up time: 5 min In Raids you control a viking clan that sails around the board picking up tiles. Tiles gain you VPs or other resources, but you might have to fight to get the tile you want. Raids Rules Description: Raids is played over four rounds called voyages. You start the voyage with one to three Vikings on your longboat (depending on player order). There are sixteen spots on the board with tiles where you may move your longboat. The player furthest back goes first. If there are tiles between you and the next player’s longboat you remove them from the board (except on the first turn). On your turn you take the tile from the space you are on and then move to another tile in a clock-wise direction. If you stop at a tile with another player, you fight. To resolve the fight the attacking player must discard one viking from their ship. The player currently at that spot must discard two vikings to stay. The player wanti

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Beatdown: Streets of Justice Review

In our Beatdown: Streets of Justice review, we take a look at a cooperative push-your-luck fighting game from Matt Barr and Piston City Games. The post Beatdown: Streets of Justice Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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Last Bastion Review

In our Last Bastion review, we look at a fantasy tower defense board game from Antoine Bauza and Repos Production. The post Last Bastion Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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Jagged Alliance: The Board Game Review

In our Jagged Alliance: The Board Game review, we look at a cooperative tactical combat game from Marko Jelen, Jan Wagner, and Underground Games. The post Jagged Alliance: The Board Game Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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Shadowrun Sprawl Ops Board Game Review

Stats: No. of players: 2-4 Amount of time to play: 60-90 min Age requirements: 12+ Set-up time: 5 min Shadow Run Sprawl Ops is a worker placement game and dice roller where you must build a team, gear up, and complete missions to win. Shadowrun Sprawl Ops Rules Description: In order to win Shadowrun Sprawl Ops, you need to finish the final mission. This requires a team of runners equipped with the right gear and some luck. You start Shadowrun Sprawl Ops with three runners and 20k Nuyen (monies). On your turn you place one of your runners on a location on the board. Different locations only allow a certain number of runners. Some location actions resolve immediately while others resolve later in the round. Runners come in five classes; Street Samurai, Decker, Mage, Rigger, and Face. Each class adds different dice to your mission runs and some gear might only be for different classes. You can hire additional runners that tend to be better than the ones you start with. Some runners are even multi-class co

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A Tale of Pirates Review

In our A Tale of Pirates review, we take a look at a cooperative, real-time, pirate-themed board game from Cranio Creations. The post A Tale of Pirates Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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Chronicles of Crime: Welcome to Redview Review

In our Chronicles of Crime: Welcome to Redview review, we take a look at the second expansion for the crime solving game Chronicles of Crime. The post Chronicles of Crime: Welcome to Redview Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.

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