Fighting games meet poker in this extraordinary product.
(Editor’s Note: “Unplugged” is what I call my series of articles for analog games. It’s for card games, board games; really any game that isn’t a video game. I hope you enjoy.)
If you’re anything like me, you don’t have a head for fighting games. You want to get into them, they’re a blast to watch pros play, and they each have unique characters that you want to get to know. But you just can’t get past opening every fight by leaping forward and throwing a kick as your most advanced fighting tactic. Well for people like me, there is a solution in the card game called Yomi.