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A Friendly Knife-Fight - El Grande Retrospective

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07 Jan 2014 18:00 #271807 by san il defanso
  Nate Owens is a weekly columnist for Fortress: Ameritrash....

One of the most unfortunate tendencies when discussing board games on the internet is the way games are described solely through their mechanics. It’s like someone asking how dinner was, and being given a list of ingredients as a response. Such a description is technically accurate, but falls short of giving any actual information. Any game is greater (or less) than the sum of its parts. It’s not the individual pieces that determine how a game functions, but rather how they synchronize with each other when combined with human opponents.

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