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Hasbro RISK game $19.99 (41% off) ATL

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[Amazon.ca] Hasbro RISK game $19.99 (41% off) ATL

According to *************** this is price is ATL!

For those who have never played before this game is a great strategy game that can be played for hours...thinking school holidays with bored kids at home!
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Great price but I think Risk is too difficult to play in person with all the dice rolling, pieces and calculations. Online is much more streamline.
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I thought hobbies were to make people relax and enjoy life. Not sure how being reminded of what is going on in the world helps a person relax. Risk, Monopoly and so on are just ****. I'd have trouble even buying this for my worst enemy.
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Amazon algorithm at work.
Dead deal
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If anyone wants to play risk ongoing and have the game tell a story with shorter games this version is a lot of fun

New factions get added, cities are founded, stuff is destroyed permanently. A lot of fun imo. My brothers and I played over 8 years when we were all in the same city together

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08TPGT1QL?tag ... uage=en_CA

It is 43 which is close it its ATL of 39

If some of you have played legacy games this is the original one, so it isn't as refined as newer legacy games but for 40 dollars it is a great value.

It isn't too much more complicated than original risk, except win conditions being easier and permanent upgrades to factions depending on winning/losing/losing but still holding land on the board
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Plzdealmein wrote: I thought hobbies were to make people relax and enjoy life. Not sure how being reminded of what is going on in the world helps a person relax. Risk, Monopoly and so on are just ****. I'd have trouble even buying this for my worst enemy.
Really? Even my toddler knows the difference between make believe and real. Guess we should also swear off most TV shows, movies, video games, etc. Good thing there are unlimited cat videos (but only ones where they don't fall down or something).

nicolascon wrote: If anyone wants to play risk ongoing and have the game tell a story with shorter games this version is a lot of fun

New factions get added, cities are founded, stuff is destroyed permanently. A lot of fun imo. My brothers and I played over 8 years when we were all in the same city together

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08TPGT1QL?tag ... uage=en_CA

It is 43 which is close it its ATL of 39

If some of you have played legacy games this is the original one, so it isn't as refined as newer legacy games but for 40 dollars it is a great value.

It isn't too much more complicated than original risk, except win conditions being easier and permanent upgrades to factions depending on winning/losing/losing but still holding land on the board
Thumbs down for every "legacy" boardgame. Think of the waste being generated just because some money grubbing company wanted to sell you "one off" games you can only play once.

If we can invent the capability to stream cat videos everywhere (for the guy above), we can surely figure out how to make a scenario game where we don't need to throw it out after we use it up. Vote with your wallet.
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Verdic wrote: Really? Even my toddler knows the difference between make believe and real. Guess we should also swear off most TV shows, movies, video games, etc. Good thing there are unlimited cat videos (but only ones where they don't fall down or something).




Thumbs down for every "legacy" boardgame. Think of the waste being generated just because some money grubbing company wanted to sell you "one off" games you can only play once.

If we can invent the capability to stream cat videos everywhere (for the guy above), we can surely figure out how to make a scenario game where we don't need to throw it out after we use it up. Vote with your wallet.
Legacy games are actually quite fun as it adds a layer of uncertainty to future games. That twist cannot be found in normal boardgames that mainly depend on luck. You can buy removable stickers, use erasable pens/pencils and elect to not rip cards for most legacy boardgames if you plan on replaying.
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Verdic wrote: Really? Even my toddler knows the difference between make believe and real. Guess we should also swear off most TV shows, movies, video games, etc. Good thing there are unlimited cat videos (but only ones where they don't fall down or something).




Thumbs down for every "legacy" boardgame. Think of the waste being generated just because some money grubbing company wanted to sell you "one off" games you can only play once.

If we can invent the capability to stream cat videos everywhere (for the guy above), we can surely figure out how to make a scenario game where we don't need to throw it out after we use it up. Vote with your wallet.
lol every legacy game I have played is usable after completing the campaign

I don't know of a single one that you throw out after completing it..

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