Leviathan Wilds Review – Shadow of the Colossus As A Board Game

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BoardGameCo Patreon (Exclusive Content) – https://bit.ly/3sKcAYf Twitch: Camp_Coop – https://bit.ly/3l7nJ14 Our Super Secret Not So Secret Channel – https://bit.ly/3MEdNbG Daily Pictures & Stuff! – https://bit.ly/39GvjNH Long ago, the once-gentle leviathans lost their minds and tore the world apart. After generations of hiding and struggle, humanity discovered that the frenzied leviathans can be restored. Climbers willing to take the risk must explore the wilds and work together to remove a series of binding crystals to heal the leviathans roaming the world. In Leviathan Wilds, 2-4 players will confront these colossal beings, with each creature being depicted across the spread of a spiral-bound storybook that makes up the game’s board. The book also forms the basis of a connected campaign mode built around the game’s story, with each of twenty included scenarios estimated to last around 45 minutes. Tougher difficulty levels are also available for added replayability. Each character’s deck of multi-use cards is unique, allowing them to climb, jump, and glide around the board in different ways. The number of cards left in the slim deck represents their grip on the leviathan’s body; if the deck runs out, the player loses their grip and begins to fall down the board until they’re able to reach a rest space, which resets their deck. Moving onto rest spaces also provides a way to regain one’s grip without falling. Other spaces reduce a character’s health or grip or they increase blight, a status that reduces their overall hit points. The leviathan has its own deck of cards, which triggers various effects at the beginning of a player’s turn, from targeted attacks that reduce health to effects that move players between spaces or loosen their grip. As the game progresses, the leviathan gradually gains “rage”, which intensifies the effect of its event cards. Players’ characters can move around a square grid overlaid on the creature’s body by spending action points — the number being determined by a card played at the start of their turn — and their remaining hand of ability cards to reach the crystals and reduce them to zero. Victory is achieved by reducing all crystals, which vary in strength, to zero. BGG Link – https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/358737/leviathan-wilds TimeStamps: 0:00:00 – Overview 0:07:14 – Ease of Play 0:07:31 – Player Count 0:08:06 – What I Like 0:11:05 – What I Don’t Like 0:12:50 – What I Can See Others Not Liking 0:13:34 – Final Thoughts 5.0 – My absolutely favorite games. You can pry them out of my cold dead hands. 4.5 – Love this game! At the same time missing something that would make it a 5. Could be hard to table, lacking variability, a little light, etc. 4.0 – Really great game, almost always keeping, although has meaningful complaints as to what takes away from the experience. 3.5 – Really enjoyed, don’t love it, may lose out to better games but the idea of never playing again is a bit sad. 3.0 – A good game, would play and suggest with the right people, if I never played it again wouldn’t lose any sleep. 2.5 – A game I’d play again , but will never suggest it myself 2.0 – A game I don’t want to play again 1.5 – A game I can’t find any reason to recommend 1.0 – A game that is just bad. My Review Board – https://bit.ly/2Y9PFJF Explanation of Review Board – https://youtu.be/jA-Zb2StGjk Upgrade Your Game At Top Shelf Gamer (Referral Link) https://bit.ly/3siD0PL My Game Table (Non Referral) https://bit.ly/3aYUdpp For media inquiries, please email me at [email protected]