"Fantasy Critic is essentially fantasy football, for video games. A group of people form a league, and then create their own virtual video game “Publishers”. Each player then will assemble a roster of the games they believe will review the best. Similar to fantasy football, the players will alternate picking games in a snake draft style to start the year. At the end of the year, the winner is the team with the best lineup of video games based on scores from opencritic.com. I created this site because I wanted to merge my love of video games with my love of fantasy football. I think anyone that likes both of those things will have a great time playing Fantasy Critic."
Project website: https://www.fantasycritic.games
Project twitter: @fantasy_critic
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