Is Corinth too late to the Roll and Write genre?

I get that Days of Wonder typically makes about 1 new game a year and they're usually pretty good. If I already have Railroad Ink/Welcome To... I just don't know that another Roll & Write will be adding much novelty.

Has anyone been waiting to get a Roll & Write until now? Would you pick this over the other two which had glowing reviews from a bunch of reviewers?

2 points by rockstar - updated 12 months ago | 3 comments | report | subscribe

trentellingsen Supporter17 months ago | 2 points[-]

Roll and Writes are great because they're typically inexpensive and scale well with groups. I think there's easily a place for Corinth in a collection. So long as it's a decent game.

Skyw3rd 17 months ago | 1 point[-]

This is where I'm at. I've been holding out until I got some meatier games I've wanted but now I'm looking at a lot more. Railroad Ink appeals to me, Welcome To... does not. Corinth seems interesting. The fact they're relatively cheap and self contained is really nice for a quick game.

rockstar 17 months ago | 1 point[-]

I think just getting one game within this genre is going to satisfy most people.

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