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Two Point Campus Launches Brainy Bundle in time for Holidays.

One of our staff favorites over the past few years Two Point Campus has launched a new bundle perfect for the simulation fan in your family just in time for the holidays! Embrace The Student Discount! For the truly studious, may we present an exciting limited-time offer crammed with all the extra tuition you could ever wish to stuff into your noggin. This collection of DLC and the base game is available in this awesome new value bundle, giving you…

 
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Stuff Those Stockings with These Great LEGO Gifts

Tis the season as we all know. My house began decorating right after Halloweens, xmas music on a loop while I work. But as always we here at GamesReviews.com want to try and help make your holiday shopping just a little easier. Few toy products have had the staying power of Lego, and if you are anything like me, I am always looking for the next great build to add to my collection (currently working on my christmas village). But…

 
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Monster Hunter World: The Board Game is a Streamlined Game Experience

Monster Hunter World: The Board Games comes in a really big box, regardless of whether you get the Wildspire Waste set or the Ancient Forest Set. Each has its own unique fighters and monsters, but the core concepts remain the same. I’ve had the chance to begin my ‘campaign’ to play each of these games, and have come away quite impressed. Video games adapted to board games don’t always go as planned – this one does, and captures the essence…

 
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Monster Hunter World: The Board Game Unboxing

I absolutely love unboxing a brand new board game, even when I know what components are going to be inside. Monster Hunter World: The Board Game is something else, with so many great components inside, and one small issue. Let’s take a look at what you get from Monster Hunter World: Wildspire Waste and Monster Hunter World: Ancient Forest! I could treat these as two unboxing experiences, but that seems silly as each box is essentially identical in what you…

 
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Can We Stop With the Live Service Trend?

I can’t be the only person getting tired of hearing about all these live service games. Call me selfish, but I really wish it’d just stop. Trends come and go. In the past every game seemed to have a stealth section. Or a tower defence mini-game. These were annoying, but had very little impact on the industry itself. Nobody was imploding because their content pipeline wasn’t filled to the rafters. And yet live service has fundamentally changed the way many…

 
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Microsoft Rewards are Being Nerfed

Over the last couple of weeks, Microsoft Rewards have been slowly being nerfed. Users are getting less points, which is making it harder to maintain the level of bonuses they were used to. The scheme, which allowed those interested to utilise Bing and Game Pass to earn Xbox money or subscription time, as well as other rewards, has been made harder to use. That has included reducing points for things like earning a daily achievement and the removal of bonuses.…

 
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Reverse City-builder Game Flooded is now Available on Nintendo Switch

Imagine a game where you will have to build an Ark to move to a safer location however time is against you as the water level continues to rise, and you are running out of resources slowly as the lands slowly sink. Forever Entertainment gave us this opportunity in Flooded which is now available on Nintendo Switch. This new unique approach to a city-builder game with a mixed element of Rogue-lite is something you don’t see in video games too…

 
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Does Ticket to Ride Legacy: Legends of the West Play Well at 2 Players?

I’ve played Ticket to Ride with my wife on numerous occasions, and I’ve never felt that Ticket to Ride was a good two-player game. The small box games, like Ticket to Ride Berlin and Ticket to Ride Amsterdam are great with two, but the larger games just don’t work as well, especially if someone is on one side of the board, and the other person on the other. When Asmodee Canada reached out about reviewing Ticket to Ride Legacy: Legends…

 
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Does Harvest Moon: The Winds of Anthos Bring Harvest Moon Back?

I was overly critical of Harvest Moon: One World, and for good reason. Many things about that game bothered me, but the most egregious of them all was the laziness in development. I was shocked that instead of naming characters, they used descriptions to describe people, such as the “Busy Man.” It was lazy development, and that laziness seemed to trickle down and permeate almost all aspects of the game. If it wasn’t for my YouTube channel (youtube.com/adamroffel), I’m not…

 
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The Top 3 Cooperative Board Game Experiences

I’ve been playing board games for well over a decade now, and have amassed a huge collection of games. Add to that the access to games I have because of my gaming group, and I’ve had the privilege of playing hundreds of games. Cooperative games have always been something I enjoy, so in this article we will look at my top 3 cooperative board games. Editor’s Note: I have not played every game known to man, and there are popular…