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Apr 17 2012

Review: Game of Thrones The Board Game Second Edition

In this Episode of TYG Board Game Reviews we cover Game of Thrones Second Edition Board game by FFG, hit the jump to see the review

 

Based on the best-selling novel series A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin, A Game of Thrones: The Board Game Second Editionlets 3-6 players take control of the great houses of Westeros in an epic struggle to claim the Iron Throne.

The updated second edition brings a host of enhancements to your A Game of Thrones experience. It incorporates elements from previous expansions, including ports, garrisons, Wildling cards, and Siege engines, while introducing welcome new innovations. Convenient player screens will hide your underhanded dealings from prying eyes, while new Tides of Battle cards convey the uncertainty of war. This, along with updated graphics and a clarified ruleset, means the time has never been better to claim the Iron Throne.

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  1. shitloadofbooks

    We got this last weekend and have only played one game so far.
    It was really fun!

    I think the rules are easy enough to learn after one playthrough, though they could probably do with some more consistency and less edge cases (the mechanics for mustering at ports, ports in general, and travelling by ships are all fairly complicated).

    We had heaps of fun, and had one player make a sneaky last minute grab for power which was successful he managed to win the game; which was great to see.

  2. jalude

    Just got this game and I have played it three times so far. I am really looking forward to when I can play it again. Addictive game. I really like how there really isn’t a mechanic for allying. You can just say you have allied and support your ally’s troops. It allows them to back stabbing to occur at any time.

  3. jgzman

    Really, really want to try this. But it’s a 3-hour game, and I have too many other things in line. This one will have to wait until I get a real job.

  4. Leoj88

    This is one of my favorite games. I love how its like Risk but without dice/chance and it relies a lot on diplomacy to get you through. The house cards add to the strategy of it and combine to make it a fun strategy game. Add in music from the TV show and you got yourself a good night.

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