Off The Shelf Board Game Reviews Presents - Arkham Horror (part 3 The Review)




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TomicaCZ: Fantastic serie dedicated to Arkham Horror! I have played Arkham Horror 3 times with my friends and I had mine on in untouched for 2 years until now. You helped me so much with learning the rules and I finally managed to play 2 games by my own.
The only thing I'm not sure about (I might miss this information) is what happens, when a gate should open during mythos fase on location which was sealed. I know that gate won't open and there won't be a monster spawned of course, but what about Doom meter of the ancient one? Should I add a point there or not?

Duchesse de Berne: My only negative is the instruction manual. It's just a piece of poop

Mai's Journey: I have to say this is a very useful video! I just bought the game and I love it. I watched all three parts and I can't wait to play it again this time knowing what the hell I'm doing! Thank you sooo much for this!

plszuts: Many thanks for the detailed reviews, it made me order a Hungarian copy of the game. :) Keep up the good job and keep on playing board games. :)

Hilltown Graymers: Thanks. Great series. Sent link and rule book to my brother, hoping for an X-Mas encounter with him and sons!

Greg Heilers: Yes, there is a lot of luck and random chance involved, due to die rolling and card drawing. However, there is so much of that - that each and every example of a "random outcome" weighs very little in the overall scheme of things.

Eric Kerkove: Thank you so much for your work on these videos. I finally took the plunge and picked up a copy of AH but was still intimidated until I watched your series on it. Very much appreciated!

TheAbraxasvirus: should I get EH or AH which is better

Darko2862412: This game is way older than 2005. This game came out in the late 80s.

mouthmw: Fantastic 3 part videos! You have just helped my dilemma sir, I'm a huge Lovecraft fan and I've been researching for 2 days now whether I should get this or Eldritch Horror (my first board game! I've played Dead of Winter several times with my friends and that got me into board gaming), and I've decided on Arkham. I prefer the atmosphere and the feel of this one (feels truer to the HP Lovecraft work). Besides, in the future, owning both (+ expansions) is not a bad idea as well! :) My gf is getting Pandemic, so those 2 games (along with Dead of Winter and Cards Against Humanity) will be our summer table top fest! Kudos to you sir!

Stefan Hammarsten: Thx for this three-part-video mate. Got the game for Xmas and needed more influx than merely reading the rules. Keep up the good work! 

RedFlame6988: Another great 3-part video set of a game I've wanted to know more about. This indeed seems like a very interesting game, especially with a couple close friends. I would enjoy seeing your views and a tutorial on Stefan Feld's AquaSphere, it's quite new and looks like a lot of fun but it has a lot of content. Thanks again for the enjoyable videos!

hchb2000: Very glad I watched the 3 parts, once again your review helped me decide on buying another game. I own Eldritch Horror too and I agree with your comment, this game seems to capture the essence of Lovecraft´s horror in a better way. The atmosphere seems... richer?. I think Eldritch Horror is a very interesting approach of the mythos on a global level though. Would you recommend to add expansions in the order they were published? or let's say....skip DP and get Dunwich first?

Kentchangar Nimoghtony: Great Review (as always). As for requests :-) I would love to see your thoughts on Kemet, Risk Legacy and Twilight Imperium. (since you've already done written reviews of Mage Knight and Thunderstone, I guess you won't do videos). You don't necessarily need to do How to Play and Gameplay walkthrough videos, since trere a a lot of those, maybe just reviews/final thoughts. Keep up the good work!
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TomicaCZ: Fantastic serie dedicated to Arkham Horror! I have played Arkham Horror 3 times with my friends and I had mine on in untouched for 2 years until now. You helped me so much with learning the rules and I finally managed to play 2 games by my own.
The only thing I'm not sure about (I might miss this information) is what happens, when a gate should open during mythos fase on location which was sealed. I know that gate won't open and there won't be a monster spawned of course, but what about Doom meter of the ancient one? Should I add a point there or not?

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