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My Kingdom For A Better Game Title: Kingdom Builder Review

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04 Jan 2012 12:13 #271604 by san il defanso
And here we have the much-ballyhooed Kingdom Builder. Let me...

Hey, remember that game Dominion? Of course you do. Odds are, you’ve played it recently. It was a big enough hit to garner six (!) expansions. That’s the sort of hit that only comes along every 5-10 years. Despite what anyone says, Dominion has now crossed into that realm of hits, like Ticket to Ride and Carcassonne, that will get the average joe to brave the dankest game store for a copy. Sure it’s essentially a game about its mechanisms, and sure you need at least one expansion to give it legs. Even so, the game is insanely addictive and wonderfully straightforward. Donald X. Vaccarino is crying all the way to the bank (or wherever game designers store the stacks of money on which they sleep).  The fact that Dominion was Vaccarino’s first design made it all the more impressive. So the anticipation for his next design was sure to be through the roof.

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