Sunday, 10 December 2017


I own Fury of Dracular (second edition), Brew Crafters (first edition), Thunderstone (first edition), Stronghold (first edition) to name a few...
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I really don't like it when companies bring out the same game with a few fixes. In the video game world that would be an update and i'd be more than happy, but in the board game world I am left with two choices. Stick with what now seems like an inferior product or pay twice for one game.

My questions will be neutral in there asking, but I feel pretty strongly about this one... How do you feel about a new edition of a game coming out that you already own?


When I say conflict, in this case I mean direct conflict. I'm not talking worker placement or drafting... I'm talking directly effecting another players game.

 I have mixed feeling on this one. Part of me love it but part of me fears the bad blood it can but doesn't have to cause. I feel some direct conflict games have really push some social contacts and even break them at points.

Have you have had bad feelings after a conflict focused game?

If you have an question or topics you would like me to ask the board game community, drop me a tweet  @BoardGameHour before we start and I'll see if I can add it in :0) 

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