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Posted: Sep 8th 2008 12:06PM (Unverified) said

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...putting the game -- and its presumably ornate playing pieces -- out of the reach of most casual players.

Well, at least they're keeping in tradition with the online game. ;)

Posted: Sep 8th 2008 2:13PM (Unverified) said

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This game seems perfect for a board game to me, surprised it took them so long, though the EVE commercial catch-up of late has been cool too watch.

Posted: Sep 8th 2008 2:58PM (Unverified) said

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The $75 is MSRP. Most online stores, like mine (http://www.starlitcitadel.com) will be able sell it to you for below MSRP - generally about 30% off.

As a former Eve player, I'd be interested in seeing how it actually plays out since there's just so much to do in Eve. I wonder what they focused on? Or is it going to be another massive; do it all; kind of board game?

Posted: Sep 8th 2008 8:44PM (Unverified) said

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As Tau said it's just MSRP for $75, but if you're not familiar with games that cost that much you're going to be pleasantly surprised by the amount of material you're getting for that cash.

Games of that price range usually contain an absurd number of plastic pieces, thus making it mandatory that they charge more than the $30 or whatever a normal boardgame costs these days.

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