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Posted: Feb 14th 2012 9:29AM Vinzix said

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People still play boardgames these days?

Posted: Feb 14th 2012 9:35AM Phenomen said

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Too soon for April 1
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Posted: Feb 14th 2012 2:37PM Russell Clarke said

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@Phenomen

I did have to check the date.
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Posted: Feb 14th 2012 9:32AM Revoltage said

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Sure.. But who is gonna play this?

Posted: Feb 14th 2012 11:02AM yeppers said

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@Revoltage

You're kidding, right? Even FORMER WoW subscribers will buy this. First thought when I read this post was that I was surprised it took them this long.

Brilliant.
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Posted: Feb 14th 2012 2:14PM Sorithal said

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@yeppers

Nah, I'm just sitting back and laughing at it.
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Posted: Feb 14th 2012 11:07PM (Unverified) said

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@yeppers Well this former WoW player isn't going to buy it. To me it just seemed a sad attempt for Blizzard to try and recoup income losses from the dropping WoW sub numbers.
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Posted: Feb 14th 2012 9:35AM (Unverified) said

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Hell yeah, probably not this one but there are some awesome board games out there; I love the D & D co-op games. You should check them out.

Posted: Feb 14th 2012 9:36AM (Unverified) said

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I'd buy World of Warcraft toilet paper if they made it.

The way this company is now it's a wonder it's not available.

Posted: Feb 14th 2012 9:56AM Scratches said

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Indeed.

Hell, even NINTENDO -- if there ever was a more conservative gaming company -- diversified. After only 5 years of success with the NES, they commissioned the Nintendo Cereal System.

Cereal!

Just think of the possibilities... lol (separate cereals for all their franchises, QQ tear marshmallows, etc)
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Posted: Feb 14th 2012 10:37AM (Unverified) said

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@Scratches The Nintendo cereal would kill your kids!
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Posted: Feb 14th 2012 1:22PM (Unverified) said

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Spaceballs the Flamethrower, Lunchbox, toilet paper......
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Posted: Feb 14th 2012 1:28PM (Unverified) said

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Hopefully we will all meet again in World of Warcraft 2: The Search For More Money
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Posted: Feb 14th 2012 9:38AM Snichy said

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I cant think there will be any crossover between the two genres of gaming. Board games and MMOs are about as opposite as north and south but I guess it was only a matter of time....!

Posted: Feb 14th 2012 9:49AM Alex Oglitchkin said

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I'll end up buying 2 of the Monopoly's. One that I never open and one to open and play with my wife and kids.

Posted: Feb 14th 2012 9:51AM pcgneurotic said

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Could we one day have something that's *not* a Collector's Edition? How about a good old-fashioned Regular Joe Edition? I'm really sick of all the 'collector's' branding.

Posted: Feb 14th 2012 11:18AM Budukahn said

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@pcgneurotic

Agreed. Surely something shouldn't be a "collectors" edition until after they're no longer made, have been deemed "valuable" by a dedicated fanbase and change hands for ten times their original retail value.
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Posted: Feb 14th 2012 11:21AM Joaquin Crowe said

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@pcgneurotic you know... you're right. I haven't seen a normal version of Monopoly in a long, long time.
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Posted: Feb 14th 2012 9:53AM Dumac said

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I don't get the connection between the game and Monopoly. Yeah you could skin anything onto Monopoly but still. Maybe Blizzard should think of putting some property trading (housing) into it's game first.

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