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Submitted by awesomeoutof 628d ago | review

7 Grand Steps | Review - AWESOME/10

David Chandler takes a look at the turning wheel of time in the board game-cum-video game 7 Grand Steps. He finds that the strategic elements of the game make for an enticing product, but the randomness of its flow and narrative consequence can be problematic. Overall, he finds 7 Grand Steps to be an interesting and addictive (if flawed) experience. (7 Grand Steps, 7 Grand Steps: What Ancients Begat, mousechief, PC) -

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