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Fantasy Flight and Asmodee are bringing the Lord of the Rings Card Game to PC

As I've communicated in the past, I'm not big on blind box items, whether they're in games or in physical form. That includes collectible card games (CCG), which often rely on pricey randomized booster packs that can dictate how well your deck performs. That's why I've gravitated toward the idea of card games with set decks (like Dominion), or, in Fantasy Flight's case, Living Card Games (LCGs).
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