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UNO was really the game that demonstrated the broad appeal and scope of Xbox Live Arcade. The game caught a definite fan base thanks to its slow pace, strong online and social aspect, as well as the fact that it was a faithful and colourful recreation of a beloved and simple card game. On paper, Ticket to Ride is a similar proposition. It's slow, turn based and a faithful recreation of a classic board game. However, this game never caught on in the same way UNO did. And I'm not sure why. Ticke...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Trains in themselves are inherently boring, but add cards and a slow pace of progression to the mix, and we’ve got ourselves one yawn-eriffic sounding game you’d get stuck playing with the family on a Friday night. Somehow, though, Ticket to Ride manages to be an incredibly entertaining port of the tabletop classic, in which players build train routes from one end of the country to another — whether that country is Canada, the United States, or both, depends on specific-route cards drawn by the ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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