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James May Has Finally Turned Into Willy Wonka But For Gin

The gin is called James Gin, and this bottle is called Asian Parsnip, crafted by James May with the help of someone who actually knows what they’re doing. May eventually intended only to make something for his pub, but got so many orders that he intends to make more.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Two Hours With Back 4 Blood, The Next Big Game By Left 4 Dead Devs

I don’t need to sell you on the brilliance of Left 4 Dead, especially when half the industry seems to be drawing inspiration from it right now. But after two hours with Back 4 Blood‘s verses and campaign modes, does it have the same genre-defining charm? That’s hard to say.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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La Corsa Is The Racing Board Game Every Fan Needs — Once You Figure It Out

When we talk racing games, we’re usually thinking video games, but I’m going to challenge you to think a little differently: imagine a racing board game. A tangible game you can play at the dinner table. Something you could bring out at parties and actually, y’know, talk to people. That’s what you get with La […]

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Don’t Miss Bravely Default 2’s Excellent Card Game

Like every massive RPG, Bravely Default 2 features a game within the game. It’s called Bind & Divide, or B&D (yes, yes, like the game). It’s a compelling card game you don’t want to miss, but you could easily roll the credits without ever playing a round.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The Umbrella Academy Card Game Is Punishing

The Umbrella Academy has already jumped from the comic book panel to the small screen, with season two of Netflix’s show now streaming. Now, it’s The Umbrella Academy Game thanks to Studio 71 Games. We had a chance to test out an early version of the card game and it’s off to a promising start, but […]

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The Great Dalmuti Is Being Resurrected, With a Dungeons & Dragons Twist

Twenty-five years ago, legendary Magic creator Richard Garfield had another card game in the works: The Great Dalmuti, a medieval spin on the trick-taking game President. Outside of a brief reprint in 2005, it’s faded into gaming history—but now it’s back with a shiny new coat of paint from the Forgotten Realms. io9…Read more… Continue […]

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The Great Dalmuti Is Being Resurrected, With a Dungeons & Dragons Twist

Twenty-five years ago, legendary Magic creator Richard Garfield had another card game in the works: The Great Dalmuti, a medieval spin on the trick-taking game President. Outside of a brief reprint in 2005, it’s faded into gaming history—but now it’s back with a shiny new coat of paint from the Forgotten Realms. io9…Read more… Continue […]

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The Great Dalmuti Is Being Resurrected, With a Dungeons & Dragons Twist

Twenty-five years ago, legendary Magic creator Richard Garfield had another card game in the works: The Great Dalmuti, a medieval spin on the trick-taking game President. Outside of a brief reprint in 2005, it’s faded into gaming history—but now it’s back with a shiny new coat of paint from the Forgotten Realms. io9…Read more… Continue […]

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Fans Are Digitizing And Translating A Persona Trading Card Game From The Late ’90s

Dedicated fans are digitizing an entire Persona card game that was released back in the late ‘90s in Japan and was never released in the West. They’ve already scanned over a thousand cards and all the rule books.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Cards Against Humanity Co-Founder Quits After Complaints Over Sexist, Racist Office Culture

Max Temkin, one of the original eight co-creators of Cards Against Humanity (and perhaps the most public of them) has resigned his position after numerous former employees came forward with allegations that he was the “harbinger” of a toxic work environment at the company’s Chicago offices.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Uno, You’re Looking Different

This minimal and very striking Uno redesign has been done by Brazilian designer Warleson Oliveira, and while it looks like the kind of thing that’ll be sold for $100 at a select few stores around the world, Mattel is actually going to be giving this thing a widespread and affordable release.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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