Hi I'm Neil and I'll be putting up regular posts in regards to what I see as the emotion behind the games we play. Only came to this realisation when writing the basics of my first article and don't want to be doing a straight up review as that's what Steve and Sam will be covering.
Take note that I'll only likely be covering games I really enjoy, so expect positivity.
In my section I'll be covering these points.
Art, Graphics and Components.
Pretty obvious I think. I'll discuss the different parts of the game.
Rules and Initial plays.
I'll write about how I felt my rules read through went and how easy it was to teach and run through those initial plays.
I'll write about the main parts of the game that have you engaged with the other players as often you find there is a lot going on, but there are only a handful of bits that the game is moving around.
What I see as one of the most important bit of what I call a strategy board game. If the decision isn't important and there is no real decision, I don't believe that its a real one. I'll discuss the really key decisions and the options open to you.
Remember though that all of this will be based around the emotional state of the game play and all of these may and will likely evolve through future articles. If you like what you read or don't like what you read please email me or post a comment to give me feedback.
Here is a teaser on which game I'll be covering first.