The Long View: Glory to Rome


The Long View – In this episode of The Long View, I am joined by Tony Boydell as we discuss the innovative game of Glory to Rome. We examine the mechanics of the game and what makes it so unique and interactive. Along the way we explore the strategies and nuances of this title, and attempt to determine why it has enjoyed such a slow, steady creep up the BoardGameGeek rankings.

The Long View: Glory to Rome

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A Most Dangerous Time (Video Review)



This is the game that made Tetsuya Nakamura famous. As you have seen from MMP’s Fire in the Sky and from MMP’s A Victory Lost, Nakamura provides a unique insight into military history. MMP is proud to present what is widely considered to be his finest effort. Instead of providing a broad overview of Feudal Japan, A Most Dangerous Time focuses in on the most dire moment of all: 1570-1584. Oda Nobunaga, one of the most notorious figures in Japanese history, fights against all of Japan and the victor will be the ultimate master of all of Japan.


A Most Dangerous Time contains:

  • 1 22″ x 34″ map
  • 440 5/8″ counters
  • 28 page rulebook
  • 110 “poker quality” cards
  • Dice

A Most Dangerous Time details:

  • Players: 2 (3-4 player variant)
  • Complexity: medium
  • Playing Time: 4 -20 hours

A Most Dangerous Time scale:

  • Game Turn: bi-annual
  • Counters: Individual leaders and 1000 men per strength point
  • Map: point-to-point




DAR (wrap and review at end of final video)


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