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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 657d ago | review

GameZebo: Talisman Prologue Review

GameZebo: Talisman is the board game that will not die. First released by Games Workshop in 1983, it divides the board gaming community. One side see it as a long, dull, overly-random poster child for the worst excesses of gaming. The other is a joyful romp through a compelling and endlessly variable fantasy narrative. Now you can pick which side you’re on with Talisman: Prologue. (PC, Talisman Prologue) 4/5

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