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  • #14278

    8th
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    I guess June will see another few million dollars going on zombicide as they are releasing a stand alone expansion for Black Plague called Green Horde… orcs and goblins this time.

    Yawn!

    #14279

    Universal Head
    Keymaster

    I’m really glad I never bothered with any version of Zombicide. Saved a lot of money there. 😉

    #14280

    8th
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    When I get hold of a time machine (probably not my first mission though) I will undo my zombicide purchases. The modern was to provide a ready source of zombies for an rpg, but I had high hopes for black plague that were misplaced.

    I hate coop games where you have to run multiple characters. Two I can handle, but for 3 or less players and you’re running 3+ characters.

    They need to learn to balance a game for solo with no more than two characters (ideally one). It’s just lazy game design.

    I know… cmon lazy… churning out the same old stuff most of the time… relying on bucket of plastic to sell the game.

    But watch, their next plastic fest will make millions.

    I backed Moloch, but dropped out when I saw how pitifully small the campaign story was. A few interesting minis is not enough.

    #14281

    CK Lai
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    I’m glad I got Black Plague and Massive Darkness, but that’s all the money I’m willing to throw at this franchise any more.

    A few tweaks of the basic game play doesn’t cut it any more. That said, I’m sure it’ll make a ton of money, but whether it’ll cross $3 million is a good question.

    #14282
    Jack Romeo
    Jack Romeo
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    I enjoy both zombies and Lovecraft, and most games can be improved by adding minis.

    #14283
    Jack Romeo
    Jack Romeo
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    Cmon makes quality stuff.

    #14286

    8th
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    Of the cmon stuff I own, the only one I play on regular basis is Blood Rage. That requires some tactics.

    The rest of their stuff relies on a handful of dice and huge amounts of plastic to entice punters.

    #14292
    Jack Romeo
    Jack Romeo
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    The majority of Cmons games have neither dice nor plastic.

    #14293

    8th
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    I refer to their KS record. That’s all about miniatures it seems.

    Why so defensive of cmon?

    #14300
    Jack Romeo
    Jack Romeo
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    Because I dislike broad, negative statements, and as a general rule I think people should do more to challenge such statements.

    #14301

    8th
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    Let’s just agree to disagree as it’s not worth bickering.

    My experience of cmon is only via one retail purchase, several kickstarters backed and more I considered backing, but choose not to.

    #14302
    Jack Romeo
    Jack Romeo
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    That was all I wanted 🙂

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