The problem with video games is that there’s generally not much to show. Your Steam library may be massive, but it’s just not the same as owning something physical.Board games scratch that itch for something tangible.Forget those games of the past that look like they were designed by an accountant. Modern board games just look plain good.For around the same price as the latest AAA title, you can get an awesome box with all kinds of objects to play with: funky dice, colourful cards, beautiful boards and miniatures…so many miniatures.So while board games may not deliver the same graphical experience that video games do, they stand on their own as attractive physical objects.
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