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Castles of Burgundy: The Dice Game Review

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31 Oct 2018 23:00 #285123 by AndrewMcAlpine

All the dice...half the excitement.

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02 Nov 2018 08:40 #285124 by GorillaGrody
I concur. This game is balls.
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02 Nov 2018 09:02 #285128 by Sagrilarus
I'm trying to figure out who it was that looked at Castles of Burgundy and thought to themselves, "you know, this needs a dice game version." Doesn't seem like much of a fit to me.

Next up -- Diplomacy, The Dice Game. Looking forward to your review.
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02 Nov 2018 13:24 #285150 by Jexik
Next up, Summoner Wars, the Card Game, which takes away the grid.

I already dislike Castles of Burgundy, so I can't see myself enjoying this.

"The choice to not emphasize these suspenseful moments, to favor expediency and mechanical neatness over human drama, is at the heart of this game's design ethos."

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