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Old 30 Jul 14, 14:47
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I spent a couple of nights reviewing the rules of GMT's The Devil's Horsemen recently, as well as watching a video on the Musket & Pike board game produced by the same.

While browsing around for resources on these two titles I happened across Musket & Pike: Renaissance as well as the Ancient Battles series. These two look very similar to the GMT battlegames in their basic layout. I have been looking for some review/breakdowns of the game, but they seem to be rather niche. If any of you would tell me your thoughts/suggestions on these and other SPI games, or link me to a review, it would be appreciated.
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