A cute chess set for 40K fans and an unusual twist on the classic game, but skip the campaign.
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Like a board game you play to death then put on the shelf to bring out on special occasions, but with street urchins and priest-stabbing.
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A maximalist sequel that improves on almost every aspect of the first game.
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A puzzle-platformer that's elevated by its winsome anime aesthetic.