It’s Friday, and here on No Rerolls that means it’s time for an all-new 5 on Friday. We’re going to start with 5 exciting releases for this week before moving on to our usual digest of some of our favourite articles from the past week. Of course, we’re slow readers, so don’t be surprised if […]
Including a mention of a Kickstarter campaign https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/owenduffy/the-board-game-book-volume-2
I liked the point made here and will give my perspective as it hit a number of companies that lost licenses.
Wizkids releases new edition of Relic – I continue to feel a bit miffed when I see one company’s work repackaged and rebranded because of a change of license. i get that this is how licensing works and that these companies don’t own the IP they are leasing, but it’s still really iffy seeing Fantasy Flight Games’ fantastic work on Relic repackaged under the Wizkids banner. But hey, what about the actual game?
I have never traded games this way, but it’s a good guide if you plan on trading games:
Trading on Board Game Geek @ Two Off the Top – I’ve never traded any games online. I’ve bought from eBay a lot. I’ve snagged some games off a Facebook group. I’ve bought at conventions. I’ve never sold or traded, though – and certainly never on BoardGameGeek. This is a pretty thorough guide to trading on BGG and definitely worth reading if you’re looking into that world.