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Luka Kusic

When I first got into the hobby some 10 years ago, my friend circles didn’t know that board games went further than Monopoly and Risk. Now everyone I’m close with is into board gaming and my collection really has something for everyone. My favorite games are Terraforming Mars and Lords of Waterdeep and I’m a fan of Euro, strategy, and engine-building games in general. I also enjoy the Warhammer 40,000 universe, which pulled me into the miniature painting hobby.
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Fields of Arle Review

Arle is a peaceful town in Northeastern Germany, similar in spirit to the Dutch neighbors. In this game of engine building, worker placement, and strategy,

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Anachrony Review

Set some 500 years into the future, Anachrony depicts a post-apocalyptic world and human civilization in its darkest hour. The survivors formed four radical groups

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Champions of Midgard Review

The Vikings and Norse mythology are a theme that’s never going to get old — just look at how popular the new God of War

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Underwater Cities Review

The distant or not-so-distant future is often depicted as overpopulated and polluted. Instead of taking humankind into space, players are tasked with developing a liveable

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Power Grid Review

The premise of a Power Grid is quite simple; You’re a power company trying to establish a network and supply Europe or North America with

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Descent: Legends of the Dark Review

Set in the high fantasy world of Terrinoth, Descent: Legends of the Dark is a quest-driven cooperative adventure game for up to four players.  The

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Orléans Review

Medieval Orléans was a developing city and as such provided plenty of opportunities to gain wealth and power. The player will create their economic empire

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Trajan Review

The Roman Empire was the peak of western European civilization even a millennia after its fall. The warfare, trade, culture, and quality of life were

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Cascadia Review

Cascadia was one of the most anticipated games and now that it’s finally out, it has been sweeping the most prestigious board game awards, including

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Heroes of Land, Air & Sea Review

Heroes of Land, Air & Sea is a game about exploration, development, and conquest set in the classic fantasy setting with orks, elves, humans, and

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Ark Nova Review

Ark Nova is a board game with a unique theme of creating a modern, eco-friendly zoo. Expand your habitats, bring in animals from all across

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Twilight Struggle Review

The Cold War era was one of the most uncertain periods in human history, with the nuclear threat being an ever-present fear for not just

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Paladins of the West Kingdom Review

The Architects of the West Kingdom worked their best to develop the cities of the post-Carolingian empire, but the constant threats of Viking, Saracen, and

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War of the Ring Review

War of the Ring is one of the finest examples of how an iconic story and setting can be implemented into a compelling war game.

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Forgotten Waters Review

It’s time to hoist the black sail and embark on an epic pirate journey! Forgotten Waters is a cooperative game about pirates making a name