For the last few months there have been announcements and rumors about a new license at WizKids. Well the rumormongers over at Gamingreport.com have offered up what they say is the definitive last and final truth. The story at Gamingreport
This wouldn’t be news, but a friend who now calls himself a former 40K player gave the previous version of the Warmachine Quick Start rules two big thumbs up. (I should clarify that it isn’t this game that made him
Hey, look: planes. Officially out in May, the Crimson Skies CMG has some freakishly large pilots as well. Apparently they will get sold in “Ace Packs,” two per. That’s news to me.
They cost eight bucks a pop, look great when done well, and are sitting in their thousands in the box under your bed. What are you going to do with all those minis? Have no fear, the Doctor is here.
We’ve been alerted to a planned full-size HeroClix demo. Yes, full-size, as in 1:1 scale, human-sized figures. No, they don’t come in booster packs, unless you count a car as the packaging. Yes, the idea’s a bit frightening.
Apparently ,we haven’t had enough WizKids news after all: GamingReport brings in a few details on the under-10-pitched Creepy Freaks. Just two figures in a booster for $3.49, which is actually a decent price when you compare it to… Gregory
Promo figures for Creepy Freaks and Indy HeroClix. Get your Dredd on. Do we have enough WizKids news for this week yet? Jeez.
Matthew has reviewed the Ogre Mark IV mini from Steve Jackson Games. This is not quite our first review of actual lead, but still: neat. Check it out.
ICv2 brings the pain – WotC’s new miniatures guy, also named Chris, answers precisely four questions about the upcoming pre-painted, randomly sorted D&D minis game. The most intriguing bit here is there will be some Chainmail figures in the first
Still nothing about the two new games, except that another person thinks they’re cool and they may reveal more details at the US Toy Fair (which is next month, right?). But there is something here about a game for the
Ok, not all of you at once. It’s more like a contest kind of thing. WizKids has decided to conduct the Four Shards of the Amulet contest along with their new Mage Knight: Uprising expansion. Here’s the deal: The goal
Games Workshop announced they’ll be doing a Lord of the Rings pre-painted, hex-based collectible game this Christmas. “Combat-Hex” is intriguing, and suggests that maybe GW will be weaseling their way around the WizKids combat dial patent and doing something similar.
Following the announcement of price increases at Games Workshop, there’s now an online petition protesting the increase. Not surprising, I guess.
Crocodile Games, maker of the ultra cool Egyptian style miniatures game War Gods of Aegyptus, has posted a new release schedule for their line of Egyptian Gods miniatures. January 1st — Asar (including the awesome new Asar Spearman Unit by
Every Wednesday until the release of MechWarrior: Fire for Effect, Wizkids will be previewing another of their new mechs. This week you get a close up look at a Maxim Mk2 Transport, the SUV of the Mech world. MechWarrior: Fire