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Hello, Saturday!
It... was quite a week, I have to say. Very busy. With all the goings-on for GAMA, I almost forgot that PAX East was going on. Hope everyone is having a good time out there. I'm, obviously, not there. I will be at Adepticon in a couple weeks, though. That'll be fun. Love going back to Chicago (my homeland). But that's a bit away. In the meantime, let's get you the reviews you so desperately desire.

Today we have: Inis, Dungeons of Infinity, War of the Ring: Anniversary Edition, Warhammer Quest: Shadows Over Hammerhal, Fidelitas, JrassAttack, Wok on Fire, Avalance at Yeti Mountain, Citadels, Council of Blackthorn, Escape from Colditz, Stratos, Adrenaline, Mansions of Madness 2nd Edition, Flag Dash, Snowblind: Race for the Pole, The Money Pit of Oak Island, and Dice Stars.

Hello Saturday! How are you? Is everything going well? Of course it is! It's Saturday!

So, let's not wait around. Let's get right to the reviews so we can get back to it being Saturday. Personally, I'm thinking of watching a movie and questioning Netflix's algorithms in what "more like this" really means...

Today we have: The Pirate Republic, Kingdomino, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Board Game - Shadows of the Past, Adrenaline, Ave Roma, Hero Realms, Food Truck Champion, Sorcerers' Skirmish, Carcassonne: Amazonas, Oceanos, The Flow of History, Citadels, Broken Legions, Haspelknecht, and GKR: Heavy Hitters.

With only a couple weeks to go, the Year of New Editions still has some new releases for us. This time, Asmodee is bringing out a new version of a classic, Citadels. You can get your hands on this new version now (or get one for a friend. It is the holidays, after all).
There's a new edition of Citadels coming out. It's going to bring a lot of new elements to the overall party. Those that enjoyed the original will find their options for play expanded, with new avenues to victory. Of course, where there's new options for you, there's those same options for your opponent. Going in with knowledge of what may lie ahead will be helpful. Thankfully, Asmodee is here with such help.
The Year of New Editions rolls on further as Asmodee and Windrider Games have announced that they're coming out with a new edition of Citadels. First published in 2000 (man, does that seem long ago...), Citadels puts you in charge of creating the most grand city in all the land. It's up to you how you go about things. Will you keep order with an iron fist, building lots of barracks for troops and plenty of prisons? Will you go for grandeur with lofting edifices? Or will you let people take care of themselves, enlisting thieves to keep things in check?