Sure, games like Warhammer 40,000 and Age of Sigmar have been thriving as best they can (AoS is still a tough sell for many retailers as far as we can tell, but 40k is absolutely doing just fine), but in the long run, many of Games Workshop's specialty games, such as Warcry, are having some difficulties starting back[...]
Well, I hate to say it, folks, but we saw this coming. Games Workshop, Origins-Award-nominated game design and development company, has released a statement officially canceling a good many events.
Games Workshop is getting really, really busy this Valentine's Day weekend! They are planning a plethora of new releases for a large variety of games in their IP, not the least of which is Warcry, their skirmisher based in the world of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. Source: Games Workshop According to the Warhammer Community, a veritable source for Games workshop[...]
But this year, Warcry has crept its way into my cold, brittle heart, and I find myself answering the call to Warhammer all over again! Games Workshop has previewed a few glimpses at some great new beasts that are headed our way for Warcry, and I have to admit, they look fantastic! Ogroid Myrmidon Image Courtesy of Games[...]
Games like Warcry isn't just a downsizing of Age of Sigmar, nor is it a reskin of Kill Team They seem to have the secret to longevity in the industry. To conclude, games will continue to be made no matter how likely they are to succeed I've dabbled in it myself, but it proves quite difficult[...]
From the incomparable Warhammer 40,000 to the obscure-yet-acclaimed Mordheim, it seems as though Games Workshop could exhaust their intellectual property at any second, right? It seems the answer to that question is "wrong!", because not long ago GW rebranded their fantasy wargame Warhammer into the streamlined Age of Sigmar – but what's more, Age of Sigmar has now[...]