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    Quote Originally Posted by kupomogli View Post
    My favorite board game-like game though is Dokapon Kingdom Playing with friends this game is amazing. I'd also like to say Culdcept Revolt(the only one I've played) is very good, so pick up Culdcept if you can.
    You really should read the opening posts of topics. This topic is about digital versions of real-life board games, not Mario Party type stuff.

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    i can see what your guys are saying in terms of the usual monopoly, scrabble, general household type family games. I get why they are underappreciated.

    but the more complicated board games i dont get. like risk for example i find much more entertaining as a digital game than i do with a regular "hard copy" of the game.
    I mean Itadaki Street could be done as a standard board game but could you imagine keeping track of all that crap, and thats a game i love and i know if i was to try to play it as a physical game i would hate it.

    I think complexity has something to do with it over what the game is

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    Learned Chess in my teens so in the 80`s I played a few Chess games on the ZX Spectrum and Monopoly on the Master System was pretty awesome and convenient if you want to have a multiplayer game when you are on your own.

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    "Go" was a major plot device in the film "Knives Out".

    anyways digital board games. eh no thanks. tried Monopoly on both NES and Xbox and something is lost in the transition to digital. I think the handing/receiving physical money is what made the game appealing. and moving the tokens around the board. digital just isnt the same.

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