First Review for The World Reborn

Here is the first review of Midnight Legion, Book 2: The World Reborn, from slickerdrips.  Among other things, the review explains how The World Reborn connects to Operation Deep Sleep while introducing some new elements.

Board Times Rates Midnight Legion 4.5/5

Board Times, a Polish game review site, has given Midnight Legion: Operation Deep Sleep a 4.5/5 rating.  Poland is a board game powerhouse, and based on the reviewer’s recommendation of an English-language adventure, I also suspect that their educational system is a bit better than ours. If you’re reading this in Poland, you can pick […]

MNL Reviewed by the What Did You Play This Week Podcast Thing

The Midnight Legion: Operation Deep Sleep has just been reviewed by the What Did You Play This Week Podcast Thing.  (For more places to find the podcast, take a look at their blog.)  Check it out!

MNL Reviewed on Gamebook News

The Midnight Legion Book 1: Operation Deep Sleep has just been reviewed by Gamebook News.  From the review: A colour, illustrated gamebook for solo or 2-player use, this series uses a highly advanced game system, offering a deeper level of character generation than a standard CYOA gamebook – featuring combat, puzzles, diplomacy, stealth and role-playing […]

MNL Recommendation and Review from slickerdrips

Above is a video review of Midnight Legion: Operation Deep Sleep from game reviewer slickerdrips. And here’s a longer review with playthrough and spoilers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ew8Kf6xySkM

MNL: One of “The Best Games for Solo Players from Gen Con 2016”

The website Nerdy But Flirty calls Midnight Legion: Operation Deep Sleep one of “The Best Games for Solo Players from Gen Con 2016.”  From the review: “First, you build your character, RPG style. Then, you wake up and start making decisions Choose Your Own Adventure style, with each choice leading you somewhere different in the book […]

Review: Easy Roller Dice

Last week, Easy Roller Dice Co. sent me a package of dice to review.  Evidently they overestimated the popularity of my website.  To date I’ve reviewed plenty of books, music, and an eclectic mix of what I suppose you could call Places I Think People Should Visit, but gaming accessories weren’t on the list.  However, […]

New Midnight Legion Review on Your Turn Go!

Thanks to Your Turn Go! for their great new review of The Midnight Legion: Operation Deep Sleep.  An excerpt: In the first book, Operation Deep Sleep, you create a character by tailoring three central stats (Physical Conditioning, Stealth, and Sixth Sense). You then awaken devoid of your memories in an unfamiliar, post-apocalyptic environment. The action […]

First Midnight Legion review

Today the first review of the Midnight Legion: Operation Deep Sleep was posted to Lloyd of Gamebooks. An excerpt: [M]emories are gradually given to you, allowing for the story and your background to unfold as you read. This is a great strength of the book, where every few sections gives you a new insight into […]

Human Rights in The Review of Faith & International Affairs

      Human Rights in an Advancing Civilization was reviewed not long ago (Vol. 12, Issue 2, 2014) in The Review of Faith & International Affairs.  From Benjamin Schewel, PhD: Some of Emmel’s most thought provoking insights emerge in the two chapters that narrate the gradual expansion of human rights from the time of […]

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