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Thread: Crimson Shroud - Staff Review

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    Crimson Shroud - Staff Review

    Yasumi Matsuno's vision is seemingly of sentient board game pieces that move only when no eyes are upon them. Any other resemblances to Toy Story are not so obvious.
    Bloody fun.
    It's not what he's eating, but what's eating him that makes it ... sort of interesting.

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    I agree this game isn't for everyone, but I've actually enjoyed it quite a bit. I think it plays best in short sessions rather than trying to complete it in one go.

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    Sounds like it's perfect for those of us slightly used to a Tabletop RPG.
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    I'm glad YasMat still is making games, but this isn't what I really want from him.

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    The fact that the game basically hinges on a random drop is really scaring me off of playing this game.

    That and the Minotaur. Screw the Minotaur.
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    I think without the random drop section, it would have been 100% better.
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