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Cardboard Children – King of New York

It’s impossible, at this stage in the game, to talk about how Richard Garfield’s King Of New York shapes up in comparison to his modern classic King Of Tokyo. That comparison just can’t be made yet – not properly. King Of Tokyo is a game I have played maybe a hundred times, and I would happily play it again right now if I –

Sorry, back. I was playing King Of Tokyo. See, that is a great game. And a game that lasts. A game that deserves to be on the forever shelf. So when we talk about King Of New York, as we do today, we must be careful with our first impressions. Because time, in this case, will tell.

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