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Thread: So...what else you playin', bro?

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    So...what else you playin', bro?

    I love me some Dice Masters and I have a rule: only 2 collectible-type games at one time. This is so that my wife will not divorce me due to financial ruin. To get into Dice Masters, I left Heroclix as an example.

    So right now, my collectibles are DM and X-Wing Miniatures game. I also love board games and my wife and I buy and play those together. Some of our "most plays" at the moment: Dead of Winter, Splendor, Russian Railroads, Caverna and (forever and always one of my wife's favorites) Stone Age.

    I'm also a big time RPG junkie. Long before I had board games I had D&D. Now I mostly stick to either small, indie games or my one weakness...Star Wars. So far I have every single of FFG's Star Wars RPG (Edge of the Empire and Age of Rebellion) books. I get to play like once every 60 days, but I still love it!

    What about you guys? What are you playing? Collectible, Board, RPG, Video Games - whatever! I'd love to hear about it.

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    Hearthstone, Pokemon, TF2, BF Hardline, Android Netrunner, Mage Wars and Smash Bros are my main rotation with Pokemon being the only survivor since Dice Masters. ^.^

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    I recently played Monster Factory with my 3 year old daughter, and we loved it! I would have picked it up after trying it but it was $30. That seemed a little much for a game with no board, no components, just a bunch of cardboard tiles.

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    I haven't had time for anything since DM. When new Pokemon game comes out, I'll probably get into that again too.

    I'll follow the VGC stuff as well, because that's awesome.

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    I'm actually one of the few still holding on to Star Trek Attack Wing. Chris, I like the rule of 2 collectible games at a time, keeps the wallet a little happier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathguy6189 View Post
    I'm actually one of the few still holding on to Star Trek Attack Wing. Chris, I like the rule of 2 collectible games at a time, keeps the wallet a little happier.
    Yup! It was contrived from necessity and then enforced by the wife's whole-whearted approval.

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