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It appears that Games Workshop aren't the only table top miniatures company releasing video/computer game versions of their table top games.





The video isn't the greatest, and it's a bit hard to make out what's going on, so we should hold off on making any judgments on the game either way, but it does look interesting though.
 

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Ok, not convinced... Just confirmed one thing; PP are a company of GW wanabes...

Space Marine looks better... FOR THE EMPHRA!!!
 

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Ok, not convinced... Just confirmed one thing; PP are a company of GW wanabes...

Space Marine looks better... FOR THE EMPHRA!!!
Yes because we all know GW didn't copy the idea that they could use vidgames to market their product to a new audiance... Yep, pretty sure.
 

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Yes because we all know GW didn't copy the idea that they could use vidgames to market their product to a new audiance... Yep, pretty sure.
They maybe weren't first with the idea, but they were on the ol' bandwagon pretty early:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Games_Workshop#Computer_games

A lot of their 80s board games got a computer release.


But anyway - that doesn't make PP Games Workshop imitators, they're just another games company trying to make their way through a recession - income from games royalties is a decent way to expand for them.
 
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