on and on yesterday about that). A lot of our time is taken up by RPG's with board games probably running a very close second. We've got a ton of games we could be playing like Rusted Heroes (a really fun skirmish game we just want to see get the support we think it deserves), War of the Ring, and of course there's always Warmachine/Hordes. We actually have other games that we had a hard time getting into like AT-43 which, although it offers some amazing pre-painted mini's, it just never motivated us to actually play. I still have all my U.N.A. mini's, and to be honest I'm quite happy I hung onto them since pre-painted sci-fi mini's are really hard to come by.
Dust Tactics from AEG (picture borrowed from AEG). I love the aesthetic of AT-43 and am particularly obsessive over alternate world war stuff right now, so of course Dust Tactics is going to pull me in since the art design is basically the same guy who made AT-43 designing awesome WWII soldiers and mechs. Read the article over on the site and pay close attention - the base set includes a board, and it's modular. You know what other games have modular boards and are awesome? Tide of Iron and Battles of Westeros. I really like the descriptions (and speed) of the releases as described by that flyer. Depending on the price for the base set, I may just have to check it out.
And now, dear reader, you can see where I got the name "Hopeless" gamer from - there are way too many awesome games out there and not near enough nights open to play all of them.