As a Canadian, I am aware of the Watergate scandal but I don't really know all that much about the details. It's not a part of history that I've been particularly interested in, so when the internet buzz started up about Watergate, the two-player only abstract strategy board game from Capstone Games, I have to admit I didn't pay much attention.
As the game spread and more people played it, I started to hear more and more hype about Watergate. It seemed like every reviewer and podcast loved this two-player tug of war. Watergate also went on to be nominated for and win a number of two-player game awards. Due to the theme, I still didn't pay much attention, until I won a copy of the game at the Capstone Games Camp Capstone virtual con this past summer. [ READ MORE ]