Sunday, August 16, 2009
In front of Geist we have the starter and merc figure for a new game THE BRO and I gave a shot on: Rusted Heroes. The game gave us the same vibe we got years ago now when Privateer Press released their very first starters for Cygnar and Menoth. Hopefully it can deliver on the awesome. To the right of Rusted Heroes is a pack of the D&D heroes set (one of the divine sets, the one with the invoker who looks completely badass).
Then we've got some cut-out terrain sheets for KG for his star wars game - another cheap find at the auction store. In front of that we have the wife's new paint dish picked up from Reaper's booth. She's extremely excited about painting after speed painting several times this weekend and I'm extremely excited to have more painted minis.
The last two games, all the way over to the right are the Empires of Dust boxset, a game that seems to combine Dune and the Dark Tower series, and then Sweet Agatha, a two-player mystery game that I can play with the wife as it can be pretty tough to find any two-player RPG's, so that should be neat.
Not pictured are two games we had to send home via UPS, both board games, both picked out by the wife. I'll probably make a new post once they come and explain a little bit more about the types of games my wife really prefers to play. I'll leave it at this for now: I have never beaten her in a game of Scrabble and likely never will.
More post-gencon coverage to come including, as mentioned above, the first part of my Geist review, hopefully up tomorrow reviewing the overall look of the product itself as well as the opening fiction and introduction.
I also will be going into more depth and do some mini reviews of the other items I picked up as I read about them and hopefully get some actual play under my belt.