Hasbro is truly a game company that learns from its mistakes. When it put out a first version of Clue that was not a great success, it followed it up with a remake, Clue: Murder at Boddy Mansion, that was incredibly enjoyable; in like manner, with the highly polished Risk II the company has easily made us all forget about its pedestrian initial Risk release. This is without question the very best adaptation of a board game I have ever played. Even though I prefer the settings closest to the original design, I appreciate that other options are available to those who want to experiment with different types of gameplay. If you love the board game Risk, you should race out to buy this title, as I cannot imagine that you will be disappointed; and even if you have never played Risk but love to dominate and control everything around you, this one’s for you.