PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

on my modern state of minis gaming

So last year, I decided that, with my limited gaming time, I should stick to just a few games, so I could concentrate my efforts. In fact, I've decided to hit GenCon this year, and will be working at the booth for AE-WWII, an alternate history World War II game (alternate in that there's Nazi werewolves, Tesla guns, and other madness. Pulpy delicious!) And the company that does it is sharing a booth with one of the other games I decided to focus on, Pulp City, a game of superhero fun (set in the 1980's!) Anyways, the fine folks at TGN just put up this groovy review of what makes Pulp City awesome. Check it out, if you're so inclined.

This, of course, hasn't stopped my regular posse from trying to tempt me into other games they've been tempted into. The most recent fun? One of the ways they've tried to tempt me into Anima Tactics ('like a somewhat steampunk Final Fantasy, but with miniatures') is by showing me one of the figs, who seems to be Jane Austen with an anti-tank rifle. They know me well.

Tags: 2010, easy sell, gaming, not news

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