What's the biggest difference between board games and video games?
Pacing. Video games have to pace themselves. They're expected to be throwing new content at their players for the duration of a 10-20 hour story (or longer), and can't afford to lay out everything right off the bat.
But a board game? Under normal circumstances, players can expect to see just about everything the game has to offer in the first session.
Hasbro's latest spin-off to their globetrotting classic Risk, which hits streets this week, doesn't play by those rules.Read More »from Risking it all: New take on classic board game changes as you play