We’re approaching the mid-point of round two and things keep getting hotter! We are joined today by the ever-delightful Andrew Nerger of @R2iGames to discuss the big showdowns: Race for the Galaxy vs Ticket to Ride Castles of Burgundy vs. Azul
It’s another barn burner of a day here at the March Mayhem tournament. Bout 7 is a rollicking battle for the ages, pitting Reiner Knizia’s classic Tigris and Euphrates against the deceptively vicious tile placement juggernaut Azul. And then there’s this crazy match up: Stefan Feld’s classic Castles of Burgundy goes up against the thematic space thriller NEMESIS. How can we decide?
Pick Up & Deliver 264: Asynchronous gaming vs In-person gaming (DUEL) – Brendan discusses the pros and cons of asynchronous vs in-person play.
Pick Up & Deliver 245: My top games for Nick Shaw’s Top 10 Game Mechanisms (part 2) – Brendan continues his discussion of games centered around Nick Shaw’s top 10 game mechanisms (check out Nick Shaw’s comment on a Boardgamegeek thread).
Pick Up & Deliver 236: Victory from the Jaws of Defeat – Brendan thinks a bit about how games can have a last-minute turnaround that allow for a shift in leader or a dramatic win.
Today sees the dungeon-delving adventurers of Gloomhaven taking on the medieval-era builders of Castles of Burgundy in bout 1 of the third round of March Mayhem Tournament. Each seeking the glory that can only be found in Ultimate Victory! Rob and Brendan are rejoined by special guest commentators Andrew Nerger and Jeff Chin of Road to Infamy Games!
(Game Fight Show) March Mayhem, ep 10 – Mage Knight and Castles of Burgundy face off against one another in the March Mayhem Tournament… each seeking the glory that can only be found in Ultimate Victory! With special guest commentator Nick Mariner!
Star Wars Rebellion Vs Mage Knight and Castles of Burgundy Vs Concordia face each other in the March Mayhem tournament each seeking the glory that can only be found in Ultimate Victory!
Pick Up & Deliver 190: Digital Duel – Concordia vs. Castles of Burgundy. Brendan shares a deep dive of his experiences with Concordia and Castles of Burgundy on the website boiteajeux.