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332 | Why Nazis in War Games are Fine, but the Colonizer in a Euro Game Had to Go | with Jason

Jason is very pleased to share about Puerto Rico 1897 - a new story for the classic game! This video follows up on the official announcement on a recent BGG Blog. In this short reflection, I discuss the most common piece of critical feedback: the idea that it's bad to play a "bad guy" in a game. In short, it's fine to play a bad guy, but it matters how it's done. I think war games have done a better job than Euro games. I articulate my reasoning here.

BGG blog about Puerto Rico 1897 -

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