Which would you rather play? The electronic or real-life version of a game of killing zombies?
Which one sounds more fun? Call Of Duty Black Ops Zombies or Humans vs. Zombies?
I would prefer the electronic ones. Mainly because, every time I picture real people being involved, I assume something will go wrong. Someone will be a jerk and tackle you, or an argument will erupt about whether or not you were actually bitten. It's the main reason why I don't LARP, as I assume too many disputes would result from it.
by JJ Murray 4 years ago
What are your favorite "old school" games and board games?We live in a world of electronic gizmos that require game systems and batteries--lots of batteries. My wife and I have found, however, that the games WE grew up with still have merit, and our kids will play them with us. What...
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