It pulled a lot of people into boardgaming -- which is good. It sometimes just bores me to death -- which is not so good. Too many expansions don't make it necessarily a better game and even though I will occasionally play it I hope those occasions won't be too numerous.
A game I always hope to like but never really manage to. Choices are limited, there is basically always an obvious action to take and lots of stupid alternatives. Clearly improved by Road to Legend Expansion but still doesn't excite me.
The best way to lose friends and destroy social relationships. Good mechanisms on paper but overall this game is probably best played over internet or with people who don't know each other and have no interest in socializing beyond playing this game.
Actually quite fun. Works very well in order to introduce non-gamers to area control games which might come in handy if you plan to pull out Chaos in the Old World or Dominant Species later. There is luck, some strategy and it plays rather quickly.
Well produced, cute design and the different boards for different numbers of players are a terrific idea. While I CAN see a game here, conflict is so light that I can't think of any mood in which I would actively consider putting this on the table of my group.
A decent game which brings some new ideas to the racing genre. I can the design effort but could not pull enough fun out of this one to give it a higher ranking. If it has to be a racing game, I'd rather play Formula D and enjoy the chaos of collisions and failing breaks.