Tag: japan

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Card Game Review – Shephy

By Paco Garcia Jaen I believe there is no such thing as a dull theme for a game if the theme is well implemented. A lot of people dished Fleet for being a game about gathering a fishing fleet and yet love Terra Mystica even though the theme is pretty crap. Shephy goes some way…
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Sake & Samurai from Albe Pavo

Back in August, I had great fun interviewing the 2 wild and crazy guys from Italian publishers Albe Pavo, Matteo Santus and Jocularis, for the G*M*S* Magazine podcast where they told me about their upcoming new game, Sake & Samurai.

Kagematsu–The RPG review

It is Japan 1572, the end of the Senguko period of history. Like many transitions of power the country is filled with strife, warring factions pulling any able bodied men into war, leaving villages populated by only women, children and old men.

We Must Tell the Emperor

By David Scolari Concept: We Must Tell the Emperor (Emperor) is part of the States of Siege games meant for solitaire play from Victory Point Games. In a nutshell, you control a centre point on a map (in this game, the Home Islands of Japan) and must defend this point from attack by enemy forces…
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