I didn't like it as much. Strong recommend for the Fox LSAT books though. Less "one simple trick that LSAC hates!!!" than most books--the author doesn't over-strategize.
Sorry to bring back an older post here! Rowdy, did you also use the FOX LG book? If so, did you find it useful?
Yes. I got the guide to preptest 61 (first one I got) then the LR and LG books. The games book is basically 7 "sets" of 5 games each (more or less, I don't remember exactly). The games aren't grouped by type - they are mixed type, grouped by difficulty. One game is from PT70 which is lame but most are from the "lost tests" in between the actual official books. So they were 95% games I never saw before, but still real LSAT questions. It has 3 copies of each game so you can practice each one multiple times on fresh paper.
The style of this book is similar to the LR book - it has you try the questions first, then gives you a detailed walk-through. You have chances to try again with different strategies. What I like about it compared to the PowerScore and 7sage is that sometimes those guides over-infer (for my tastes). For example, they will go through and mark everywhere a variable can't go, because technically that would help you solve the game (even if it doesn't help much in practice). The Fox guide doesn't present "THE perfect way to solve the game". It talks through how to think about and analyze games and improvise. I loosened up and experimented more on the games after going through it. It also helped me learn to intuit when to "split" the game into parallel universes.