Only played it once so far. And I like the simplicity of the rules. I don't think it takes all that long (though I can imagine this game dragging on quite a bit if people keep toppling the player in the lead). I think it's a good second choice for our Tuesday game nights, should our first choice not work out for one reason or another.
Ordered this game a few days ago. With some luck it should be here by tomorrow. Otherwise I will most likely play it next Tuesday with the weekly gaming group. It only goes up to 4 players though, so there is a slight chance we might be too many to play.
Only just played it yesterday, but I am already itching to go again. There's an interesting dynamic to the game when there are six players at the table, so I'm slightly tempted to get 5 more people together. But this also pushes game length to about 4-5 hours, which is definitely too long for a Tuesday night. I might schedule a separate Game of Thrones night for November. It will all come down to enthusiasm to play again among my circle of friends.
51st State has seen some play in our weekly gaming sessions, so The New Era isn't really on the top of my list of games I need to play right now. But I do want to see if and how it plays differently. If game length is about the same, we might be able to combine it with another, shorter game on this list. So chances are very high this game will get played this month.
Haven't played BSG in some time. I think I'd enjoy another go, especially with Exodus thrown in. The only argument against it, is that it fills up the entire Tuesday night and there won't be any time for even the tiniest filler afterwards.
Played it last week, but completely screwed up the rules (giving players too many action points per turn). Hope to give this another go this month to see if it can actually shine, or if it's just the wrong fit for the gaming group. I hope not, because I really quite like it.
Played it a few times already. But only the family variant. The weekly gaming group might enjoy the game more when using the regular rules. Since it's quite flexible in the number of players it can accommodate, this is most likely going to be our alternate for Tuesdays.
I really like this game. Sadly, last time we played it the response was at best lukewarm. I'm hesitant to suggest it again with the same people, but I'll see if I can give the game a try with a different set of players.