Nah, Titans aren't value for money...I can buy 6/7 Baneblades for the same price - far more forepower.If you have tons of cash, you might find Apoc very fun once you got that shiny new Titan from Forge World.
i couldn't agree more. but then, i would say that that should be your attitude to all games.Apoc is great if, and only if you put quite a lot of forethought and planning into it, and everyone involved is on the same page. Only play it with people who you know are in it for the fun, and it will be a good experience.
Do otherwise and the game will likely be a total flop, and not worth the effort for all involved.
Couldn't agree with that more. Its always more fun when you play with friends as they don't seem to complain when the "HOW THE HELL DID YOU PULL THAT OFF" type of stuff happens, they just laugh in amazement while crying on the inside. Nice example would be a random guy i played against who decided to deepstrike his Trygon like 4 inches infront of my trilaz predator and directly in the center of 3 multi-melta's then threw a fit and started throwing models when it died that same turn. My friend however, didnt seem to mind at all that i took out 80% of his Tau army with a single Necron Lord with a Warscythe and Destroyer Body. The people you play with greatly impacts how your game goes, and people you know you get along with often result in a more fun game than finding out the random guy in the store is a total douche.games are generally a lot more fun when you are playing with people you know and feel comfortable with, and everyone has put some forward thinking into it. in fact, as i've said in other places, the absolute best games generally come up when someone says 'i've had an idea and i'd like to try it out' and everyone else agrees.
pick up games with strangers in stores are ok. they are a way to meet new people, but they're a world apart from groups of friends and clubs where people are well aquainted and have the freedom to try stuff out.