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Illusion of Difficulty – Lake Ridden Review

Playing Lake Ridden is like putting together a thousand piece puzzle of some mundane picture, like a bowl of fruit or a cabin by a lake. You're probably not going to glue the puzzle and hang it on your wall when it's done, and you're probably never going to put it together again, but you'll have a fun time working on it until you've finished.

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Virtual Tabletop – WARTILE Preview

Wartile is definitely making an attempt to capture the tabletop gaming crowd, for better or worse. While hardcore fans of the genre may enjoy it, this title feels a bit like playing Dungeons & Dragons alone—a bit too clunky and tedious to be worthwhile.

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