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April 23, 2016
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller and I discuss two, new intriguing titles. First up, is the new reprint of Stronghold, the new version from Stronghold Games, Stronghold (2nd edition). Is it really an improvement over the original? Is it the ultimate castle defense game? Are the components as good as you've heard? Tune in to find out!
April 3, 2016
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller and I discuss three new titles. First up is The Golden Ages and The Golden Ages: Cults and Culture from Stronghold Games. Is this the ultimate euro civilization game, or does it crumble into the dust of disappointment?
February 25, 2016
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, Lloyd and I are pleased to review two new titles. First up, is the newest game from Dr. Finn, now live on Kickstarter, The Butterfly Garden. Is it possible to have a fun, tense set collection and bidding game about butterflies? Listen and find out! Finally, we review Oh my Goods! from the same designer who brought us Isle of Skye and Mombasa.
January 17, 2016
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, I'm pleased to be joined by Carter and Elhannan Lloyd Keller, as we review three new titles. First up if Wings for the Baron (second edition), from Victory Point Games. Do you have what it takes to be a World War One war profiteer? Can you run an efficient and dynamic airplane company? Can you survive a tumultuous economy? Listen and find out!
December 28, 2015
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller, Carter and I review three new titles. First up is the newest title from Tim Fowers, Burgle Bros.. Is this just another cooperative game like all others, or does it offer something new and inventive? Listen to find out! Next up is Lords of Xidit. Is this just another recipe filling game, or does it offer unique challenges?
November 22, 2015
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In this special episode of The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller and I dive into three new titles, Dilluvia Project and Haithabu from Spielworxx games, and Cosmic Run from the dynamic duo of Dr. Finn and Seamus Finn! Which of these games stood out to us? Which ones should you perhaps try before you buy? Listen and find out our thoughts about these fascinating titles.
November 3, 2015
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, I'm pleased to be joined by Elhannan Lloyd Keller again as we review three new titles. First up is Mafia de Cuba. Is this a better hidden role game, or just more of the same formula? Next up is Takenoko: Chibis. Does this game add anything of value to the original game, or is it extra chrome layered on a hungry panda?
October 18, 2015
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In this episode of Quick Looks from The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller and I investigate and review three new titles. First up is Matcha. Is the the best of the Grail Games two player line? Listen and find out! Next up is Icarus. Is this an overlooked game by the Good Doctor, or just a re-theme? Check out our thoughts in the review! Finally, we check out Mottainai.
September 23, 2015
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For Quick Looks episode 7 from The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller and I discuss and review two new titles. First up is La Granja from Stronghold Games. Is this the love child of Carl Chudyk, Stefan Feld or Uwe Rosenberg? What makes this multi-use card game with dice and farming different from any other? Listen and find out!
September 2, 2015
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For Quick Looks #6, Elhannan Lloyd Keller and I review two new titles acquired at GenCon. First up is Tesla vs. Edison: War of Currents. Is this is thematic game at all, or a spreadsheet in disguise? Is this a stock game or a route building game? Listen and find out! Finally, we discuss the newest hotness of Discoveries. Is this a worthy successor to Lewis and Clark, or a pale imitation?

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