I’m still getting in at least two MLB 06 games a day (night, actually) and I have no plans of quitting anytime soon. Really dig this game.
That said, GameShark is giving me the green light to review boardgames, which I think is a great idea because today’s boardgames (and card games) are relevant. A lot of people that play PC and console games also play boardgames so I think it’s a good fit for a “gaming” website. I also feel that pen and paer RPGs fit into this category but that’s just me. It’s also a great idea because I like getting freelance assignments. I’m greedy that way, I guess.
In my pipeline are:
- Runebound and the Midnight “expansion” (it’s not really an add on, but a new game using the pieces from the original)
- Ticket to Ride, which is an older game (2004) but also a very popular one that I feel is a fantastic family game but also hardcore enough for serious boardgamers.
- Railroad Tycoon – Pretty map. Have notplayed.
- World of WarCraft – Holy shit this game is HUGE. It has like a gabillion pieces, cards, and dice. Doesn’t look like a game you can play in a couple of hours…pretty map, though.
This is basically to get the section up and running as I want to do newer stuff ASAP. These do tend to take a lot of time, though, so I dunno how quickly I get get through them as I have to rely on my buddies to help me out. These aren’t really condusive to solo play (Runebound is, sorta.) Should be fun, though.