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One of the best tabletop games of the last decade is getting a new edition that adds new characters and monsters, streamlined rules, and a deeper focus on storytelling. Check out our video interview to learn more.
Along with our profile of Fantasy Flight Games, we also have a close look at the company’s big new game. Descent: Journeys in the Dark Second Edition. This new version of the game has just recently become available to the public, and we had two of the game’s designers walk us through some of the big changes coming to the already popular game.
Check out our look at the new game below, and let us know what other tabletop games you’d like to learn more about in the comments below.
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It looks fun, now if only I had 4 more friend to play this with...
Fantasy Flight rocks, and is a great way to take a break from the video games and play with your buddies. I highly recommend The Lord of the Rings the card game by Fantasy Flight for anyone who loves LOTR/card games and enjoys playing co-op, much like Arkham Horror.
Hahaha this is sweet.
Miller, I think a tabletop report is a great thing! I checked out both vid's and really enjoyed the Descent closer look. I myself have played quite a few tabletop games, from RPG's to Cardboard Counter War games. Maybe you could do a feature on the upcoming release of Dungeon! from WoTC. That is a remake of the 70's version that I played extensively when I was a kid. I also recently picked up Muchkin, which is a nice card game suitable to kids. Keep up the great work!
Well, now I'm certain of it. GI is featuring every tabletop company BUT Wizkids. That's cool, I guess...
Seems like a good way to kick it with friends when your power goes out.