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Podcasts JL Josh Look Updated May 07, 2019 896 1
Join Josh and Al as they talk about what games they just played, going beyond mere reviews and into mechanics, genres and where games fit in the hobby itself.
Fury of Dracula, Nyctophobia, Camp Grizzly
Join Josh and Al as they run down what they played on "Spooky Game Saturday," featuring Fury of Dracula, Nyctophobia and Camp Grizzly. Happy Halloween!
Board Game Reviews MT Matt Thrower Updated May 02, 2019 7801 0
The original Fury of Dracula was a seminal game of my childhood. Whisked off the shelf as a curio on a trip to get some gaming miniatures, it quickly became a staple. Van Helsing and his pupils spent hours sweeping Europe, seeking for the Count. Instead, they often found feral wolves and savage gypsies as the vampire secretly spun his wicked web of intrigue across the continent.
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The most notorious vampire of all rises again in this third edition of Fury of Dracula, a board game of deduction and gothic horror based on Bram Stoker’s classic novel. One player takes control of the legendary Count Dracula as he stealthily crosses Victorian-era Europe, spreading his diabolical vampirism everywhere he goes. Up to four other players govern Mina Harker and her determined companions as they try to locate and destroy the fiendish Count before he plunges Europe into horrific darkness. But in this heated game of cat and mouse, the hunted prey may also be preying on his...
Board Game Reviews SI san il defanso Updated April 29, 2019 3469 0
At this point in popular culture, it’s hard to swing a stick without running into something about vampires. And as is always true when something reaches cultural saturation, it descends into parody. The ubiquity of the Twilight franchise has rendered vampires just a little less overdone than zombies. It’s easy to forget that vampire literature has a much richer history, one that is steeped in atmosphere and darkness. One has only to see Murnau’s Nosferatu or Tod Browning’s classic Dracula with Bela Lugosi to see the possibilities for the genre. They eschew cheap scares for moodiness and quiet dread....
Board Game Reviews MT Matt Thrower Updated May 06, 2019 5792 0
"Welcome to my house! Enter freely. Go safely, and leave something of the happiness you bring!"
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Fury of Dracula pits the deductive skill and dogged tenacity of four mortal Hunters against the immortal cunning and fiendish power of the Un-Dead Count. The Hunters have the benefit of experience, being the only human beings alive who have fought a vampire and prevailed. Dracula has countless minions, supernatural abilities, and infinite patience - after all, time is on his side ...
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