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Posted on Monday, March 14 @ 21:13:53 Eastern by Blake_Morse
Being the geek that I am, I've played quite a few table top games in my life: Settlers of Catan, the occasional friendship ruining game of Illuminati; I've even given the traditional D&D a go a few times. But when it comes to PAX, I'm all about the video games. So I was curious: What makes someone travel thousands of miles to Boston just to sit down and play a board game?  So I just had to hit to the floor and talk to some folks to find out what compels them and what kind of games they like to play. The resulting video is nothing short of amusing in and of itself.


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