Risk Mass Effect Galaxy at War Board Game

Risk Mass Effect Galaxy at War Board Game

  • Long distance planetary connections are connected by Mass Relays
  • Custom galaxy map that brings the Mass Effect world to life
  • Great for gift giving or family game night
  • Mass Effect Collector’s item
  • For ages 10+

The galaxy is at war. Striking from beyond known space, a race of terrifying creatures called the Reapers has begun their destruction of all sentient life forms. The Alliance, led by Commander Shepard, is the only hope for saving the galaxy. He must rally the civilizations to launch one mission: find the Catalyst to activate the Crucible and end the Reaper threat once and for all. Meanwhile, a clandestine operation known as Cerberus, led by the illusive Man, seeks to take control of the Reapers

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3 thoughts on “Risk Mass Effect Galaxy at War Board Game

  1. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Complicated at First, but easy and insanely fun afterwards!, January 1, 2014
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    I got this game for Christmas from my family and my friends and I immediately started playing it and it absolutely insanely fun. At first it was really complicated trying to get it figured out when playing the advanced version but once we got it figured out and started playing it was easy to play. It also seemed like the different teams would be really un-balanced but after playing it there is a level playing field so you can play as any faction and still enjoy it. Worth the money.

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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    great fun, January 29, 2014
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    R. Dalusung “Consular” (fairfax, va) –
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    Got this for my best friend for Christmas. We both love Mass Effect and Risk, and I found this online. He was very eager to play it for weeks, which means he must have really loved the gift. He never acted that way with my past Christmas gifts….

    Anyway, if you love Mass Effect (and Risk), you’ll love this combo board game. It’s got like three different game types (we played the main one that incorporates the Reapers vs. Alliance). LOTS of rules.. no joke. It got confusing a lot of the time. However, once you get the hang of it (like regular Risk), you’ll probably have great fun.

    It seemed a little unfair for most of the game (my friend and I played the Reapers against his mom and sister [Alliance]). For example, the Alliance seems greatly outnumbered (like the video game) and vastly outmatched (also like the video game). Maybe we played it wrong, because we absolutely demolished his mom and sister, capturing literally every single one of their countries (or should I say galaxies? Solar systems? Sectors? Whatever, you know what I mean).

    Regardless, the game was fun. And if you know Risk, you know how long it can last. Our game, though, only lasted a few hours before we conquered the entire galaxy… A good game length (or maybe it seemed short because we got a little drunk while playing).

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Epic!, January 26, 2014
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    Brad W.

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    I’ve been waiting for this to become a board game for a long time and it didn’t disappoint! If u like other risk variants u will love this. If u love Mass Effect, this is a must have.

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