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Statistics for the popularity of games to start the year. Looks like fantasy has slowed down awaiting the new release.Top collectable games:
1 Pokemon TCG - Pokemon USA
2 Magic: The Gathering - Wizards of the Coast
3 Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG - Konami Digital Entertainment
4 HeroClix - WizKids
5 Naruto CCG - Bandai America
Top board games:
1 Settlers of Catan - Mayfair Games
2 Dominion - Rio Grande Games
3 Ticket to Ride - Days of Wonder
4 Pandemic - Z-Man Games
5 Carcassonne - Rio Grande Games
6 Mystery Express - Days of Wonder
7 Small World - Days of Wonder
8 Munchkin - Steve Jackson Games
9 Bang! - daVinci Editrice
10 Agricola - Z-Man Games
1 Warhammer 40k - Games Workshop
2 Warmachine - Privateer Press
3 Warhammer Fantasy - Games Workshop
4 Hordes - Privateer Press
5 Dark Heaven - Reaper Miniatures
1 Dungeons & Dragons Wizards of the Coast
2 Pathfinder Paizo Publishing
3 Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Fantasy Flight Games
4 Rogue Trader/Dark Heresy Fantasy Flight Games
5 Dragon Age Green Ronin Publishing
I am right 94% of the time, why worry about the other 3%.
I agree about 8th slowing fantasy down, as I'm not adding anymore lizardmen, and the bretonnian army I was about to start can wait until I have a good look through that book. Also looks like I'll have to start a 40k army sooner or later as there'll be a shop within walking distance from the college I'm going to, the closest one to my house is like a 45 minute drive...
What's wrong with you people?!? Better yet what's right cause I'm all that's left!
I'm pleasantly surprised (nay, amazed!) to see Warmachine beating a mainline Games Workshop system! 40K being #1 comes as no surprise to me, but I have heard rumor that WHFB is more popular than 40K in many US states - though I can't begin to guess about other countries. Good job getting your foot in the door, Privateer Press.
More power to the little guy! Viva le midget!
The above is a monument to my ineptitude at signature customization!