Board games have been around since ancient times and prove as humanities first examples of gaming. If it wasn’t for gaming paraphernalia such as dice and cards, gaming today would be in a very different place. Today, gaming spans from the physical world of board games to the electronic world of video games. There has always been an effort to try to bridge the two worlds but most of those solutions have involved trying to translate the tactile feel of board games to electronic systems. While these electronic board games aren’t necessarily bad games, they fail to resonate with gamers. Now comes Dice+, a gaming peripheral that was designed to perfectly bridge the electronic gaming scene with the board gaming scene. However, the question remains, is this worth the price of investment?