Shobu Review

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Full Shobu Review It’s quiet in the forest. The fresh scent of cut wood fills your nostrils as the babbling brook beside you fills your ears with melodious sounds. You’ve gathered a handful of rocks from the water and set your knife to 4 blocks of wood. It’s peaceful. Serene. You push your first stone and are well on your …

Koi Review

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Full Koi Review It’s hard to pass up Koi when you first see the colorful box with its breathtaking painting of the game’s namesake on the front. It’s a welcoming invitation into a world of beauty…and a deceptively cerebral game. Koi, like its cover hits at, is a game of Yin and Yang. A balance of aesthetics and thought. It’s a …