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Fantasy Flight's excellent Arkham board game Mansions of Madness is getting the video game treatment, and interestingly, it isn't a direct adaptation. Instead it's a more hands-on take, maintaining the same basic premise while making everything more video gamey.


In 2011, the board game Letters from Whitechapel put detectives on the hunt for Jack the Ripper. In 2017, that game has been stripped down to all but its most essential systems, and has become better for it.