Mar 062012
 

pic1039999_md[1]By Paco Garcia Jaen

This is just an unboxing of the Sentinels of the Multiverse game. It’s not a review of the game itself, but a review of what good value for money is, what the quality of the components are and the first impressions the game makes upon opening the box.

This is what the publishers have to say about their game:

Sentinels of the Multiverse, a cooperative card game in which 3 to 5 players control a team of super powered heroes battling a dastardly villain.  Sentinels of the Multiverse, or SotM, provides players with an innovative, streamlined game play experience that is easy to learn but requires strategic, team-based thinking.  The game comes with ten different heroes, allowing players to build myriad hero teams and find new ways to challenge the villains.  There are four different villains, each with unique mechanics and challenges, and four dynamic environments in which the battles take place.  This flexibility adds enormous replay value and ensures that no two SotM games will play the same.

Paco Garcia Jaen takes a look at the contents of Sentinels of the Multiverse
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Paco G. Jaen

Born in Spain with a talent for dyslexia, I am gamer, player, graphic designer, photographer and psycotherapist. Also online magazine publisher and writer. Yep.. I do lead a busy life!