Friday, 8 June 2012

Studio McVey Sedition Wars. Frontline Give Away.

Every now and then something comes along and it really gets me excited.
After looking on the Studio McVey site and the Sedition Wars Kickstarter page, this game is starting to become one of those things, and not just the game. The mini's available for Sedition Wars in the McVey store are pretty damn nice as well. But, what do you expect from Studio McVey though.

But, I want it now.
The Game Battle for Alabaster is due out at the end of the year, and in case you didn't know, Cool Mini or Not along with Studio McVey have started a Kickstarter in order to get the game released on time and up to the standard that both we and they expect.

In case you don't know who Studio McVey are, you can check them out by clicking on this very handy LINK. As can be seen on their site they produce some stunning mini's and although I don't own any myself there are couple that have made it onto my wish list.

Grizzel and Ruby for instance are fantastic, and at only £25.00 a pop they ain't that badley priced either.
If I had a larger fund pool and better painting skill these two would be on my shelf as I write this. These are just examples of the quality you can expect from Studio McVey. I personally think they are the best two minis that they have produced, but that's probably due to them being nice skimpy dress ladies mounted on cool Dinosaurs. Oh the wonder. But the store offers a wide variety of beautiful miniatures so be sure to check it out.

Vanguard Vs Strain

Sedation Wars has been in the works for some time, there was a preview set of rules released that could be used with the factions that are available through the store. And the range of mini's available is both varied and again, well sculpted. The Sedition Wars: Battle for Alabaster box set contains the rules, cards, game tiles, counters, 50 miniatures, etc etc. So everything you need to plunge countless hours into wargaming. Oh!, and it looks stunning.

The Mini's look fantastic and you get 50 of them.
But hold on, with the Kickstarter Campaign you gain extras, depending what level you pledge. And as a bonus every time they hit one of their Stretch Goals they throw in more goodies. As it currently stands, by selecting the Bizhazard level pledge on the Kickstarter page your going to be getting The game, plus an extra 26 mini's, mission packs, posters, all sorts, so by getting in early you really are getting your money worth. As it currently stands they are about to hit the $160k mark and at $170k they're going to include some exclusive dice for all Biohazard and above pledges.
My pledge is there ^.^ 
SOOOOO want these dice.
$170k may seem crazy high but considering this Kickstarter still has 22 days to go I don't think there should be too many problems reaching it. I would also think that there may be a few more Stretch Goals already planned, so I can't wait to see what happens there.

Frontline Gamer has been covering this Kickstarter over on his Blog and has a lot more info and news about whats going on. He  has also got together with Studio McVey and is running a Birthday competition, were you can win a copy of Sedition Wars, I know Madness right. But it's all true. All you have to do to be in with a chance to win is become a follower of his very well written Blog and then make a post saying that you want to win. Easy as Pie!

So, to sum up, Dinosaurs are cool, Sedition Wars looks amazing and Frontline Gamer is awesome cuz he feeds the masses with both knowledge and free stuffs.



Frontline Gamer said...

Cheers for the link. I've actually got loads of reviews of Studio McVey mini's on my Blog if you're interested:

Voidsign said...

LOL, Oh master, you know that I have read each and every one of those reviews.
Infact it was your Ruby review that put me onto Studio McVey and as a result Sedition Wars.
And I thank you for it.