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I provide a how to play and review Samurai Jack: Back to the Past from Project Raygun and USAopoly. Plus news from WizKids, Czech Games Edition, Wayward Rogues Publishing, Tasty Minstrel Games and more!

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Samurai Jack Back to the Past isn't necessarily a broken game but simply not a very good game. It's a relatively "meh" experience overall. Granted, I might feel that way due to the fact I'm not very familiar with the cartoon this is based upon but it isn't as if the theme is cooked into the design in the first place. I do like the miniatures (although one is bent and looks to break easily) but the rest of the components are very cheaply produced. This is probably a title reserved for the most die hard Samurai Jack fans only.
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Samurai Jack Back to the Past isn't necessarily a broken game but simply not a very good game. It's a relatively "meh" experience. Granted, I might feel that way due to the fact I'm not very familiar with the cartoon the game is based upon but it isn't as if the theme is cooked into the deign in the first place. I do like the miniatures (although one is bent and looks to break easily) but the rest of the components are very cheaply produced. This is probably a title reserved for the most die hard Samurai Jack fans only.

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