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Samurai


I hope your Saturday is treating you well. I know it's going well for some friends, who are getting married. Congratulations to Joe-Nathan and Elizabeth. You two are going to be absolutely awesome together and I couldn't be happier for you!
And I know they'll be happy together because they game together.

And so that brings us to the game reviews we have for you today in our Review Roundup.

Those games featured this week are: Nevermore, Hundred Days 20, Catan Junior, Samurai, Discoveries: The Journals of Lewis & Clark, Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Wrath of the Righteous, Evolution (with Flight expansion), Specter Ops, and Sentinels of the Multiverse: Vengeance Expansion.

An old classic is getting a new version with the release of Samurai from Fantasy Flight Games. The Reiner Knizia tile-laying game of Feudal Japanese conquest is the second in Fantasy Flight's "Euro Classics" line. Do you have what it takes to conquer all the islands of Japan?
If you're a regular reader, I'm sure you've figured out that my favorite day of the week is Saturday. And, I mean, it's gaming day. What's not to love about it? Hopefully you've found some gaming to be had.

And if you're looking for a new game, I've got just the post for you. Get a look at a game before you buy it and see what others are saying about it in our Review Roundup.

This week's Reviews/Previews include: Plastic Soldier Company's 45mm anti-tank gun set, Eaten By Zombies, Flip City, The Networks, Fate of Akalon: Tribes, Viceroy, Samurai, Imperial Assault, Metro 2033: Breakthrough, Less, Longhorn, and Dark Seas.

Fantasy Flight Games has announced that they're going to be bringing back the Reiner Knizia classic game, Samurai. In the game, players are in control of their own daimyo and are looking to expand that influence to all of Japan. You do this by establishing the loyalty of lesser lords, the control over rice production, and the sway of the religious leaders of the areas. Of course, if all else fails, you send in the dudes with the fancy armor and the really neato swords.
 

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