I know that this is an odd question because you do not have the context of my game collection and my likes/dislikes.
My favorite game is arguably Chaos in the Old World (love asymmetrical games) but I also do love Tragedy Looper so I am thinking of keeping the war game Tsukuyumi and Detective. I have quite a few co-op defense games like Defenders of the Realm so maybe the TED can wait plus no exclusive content so I could get it later. My taste in games is often aligned with the Dice Tower and they all say 7th Continent is the Bees Knees so, that's why I want this one plus I loved choose your own adventures as a kid. I think KS is the only way to get 7th continent also.
Which ones would you take a hard pass or a soft pass on ? Recommendations / suggestions / opinions are welcome.
Oh, the Joan of Arc game hasn't launched yet but I feel it will be epic.
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We bought Tiny Epic Defenders, Joan of Arc, and the 7th Continent. They all look like great games, I haven't heard of the other two. We are a new board game development company and I (personally) like to buy games just to experience them and learn new mechanics/component interactions. 7th Continent is really intriguing to me because 1000+ minutes of gameplay?
What if you die 15 hours in? I'm not sure if I would have the patience to not destroy it right there on the spot.
This is obviously a huge bias, but drop Joan of Arc. A 15mm scale miniatures wargame just seems... meh. Nothing about the actual gameplay appeals to me. I have a personal rule where if "because minis" is my #1 reason for wanting a game, I don't get that game.
Of all those listed, keep 7C. It's the exact opposite of "run of the mill" anything and will never be in retail.
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