Mmm, Some think BFG is Dying?

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Mmm, Some think BFG is Dying?

Postby birdie on Fri Mar 27, 2009 3:16 am

As the title suggests some think that BFG is dying a slow death, I'm not so sure, granted there's not as many players out there as there is for some other systems but it's far from dying I'd say.

Anyway, that's only a part of this post, there's moves out there to get a fan generated development,

see here; http://bfgproject.informe.com/forum/

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Re: Mmm, Some think BFG is Dying?

Postby Dizbuster on Fri Mar 27, 2009 3:43 am

Like all of the smaller games Systems both GW and other it all depends on your club. Firebase magazine online over on Warseer sometime has articles on the specialist games.Port maw on the GW site, or best of all Warprift. I'd suggest joining a club, taking down two painted fleets and wait for the other closet specialist gamers to come over. Worked for me and Mordheim :salut:
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Re: Mmm, Some think BFG is Dying?

Postby World Bleeder on Fri Mar 27, 2009 10:17 am

BFG has a very dedicated following actually. Those that play the game are real enthusiasts. I don't think it's going to die anytime soon. It may not be as front and center in GW's catalog but even in the latest Forge World IA book they have BFG scenario's to use with the battle of Vraks.

As Dizbuster suggested, if you find a local club you should find someone that's into it and it only takes two to play.
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Re: Mmm, Some think BFG is Dying?

Postby Skyzerker on Fri Mar 27, 2009 1:50 pm

I'd say that BFG has about the same following that it had when it first came out. It didn't exactly skyrocket back then, but it holds its own.
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Re: Mmm, Some think BFG is Dying?

Postby birdie on Sat Mar 28, 2009 6:31 am

World Bleeder wrote:BFG has a very dedicated following actually. Those that play the game are real enthusiasts. I don't think it's going to die anytime soon. It may not be as front and center in GW's catalog but even in the latest Forge World IA book they have BFG scenario's to use with the battle of Vraks.

As Dizbuster suggested, if you find a local club you should find someone that's into it and it only takes two to play.

I'm in total agreement with you WB, I know at my local GW there's a very strong following and a good many interested players, I just can't understand where this "fan group" is coming from when they suggest the game is dying violent5
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