The game isn't building the game. The game is and always claims to be risk. The fact that you get 14 unique plays and end with a board that is completely unique and a memoir of your own personal experiences is a bonus.
People need to realize that you can still play risk after everything is done.
Funny. Walter says he's basing his one-star rating on the rules alone. However, he's ignoring the fact that there are many rules introduced throughout the game that he hasn't even read yet. His close-mindedness couldn't be more apparent.
I read the rules thoroughly, and am more than ever excited to give this game a go! Amazing concept, and I expect to see many more games in the future based off this new style of play. My biggest worry is if I can convince anyone else to play RISK even once, let alone 15 times...