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4-04-2008 @ 12:28AM
At (the cheapest, starters are even more expensive) $5/mini, this game is a giant pass, and its even more apparent that that choice is the correct one with each bit of information that I learn about this game. The minis are just that, mini-sized figures that have absolutely no articulation or any features that warrant the $5/mini price tag in the slightest. Even if you figure in the fact the card costs money, why would anyone play this game over Star Wars ($15 for 7) or Heroclix ($11 for 5), completely ignoring the fact that both of these games use cards as well. WoW Minis aren't made out of metal (as far as I know) and aren't a larger size than SWM or Heroclix, so what is the $3/mini extra, for? Paint?
4-04-2008 @ 2:14AM
I'd say licensing, but DC and Marvel and Lucas are the biggest hardasses about licensing fees around, so I dunno.
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