Resident Evil 2: The Board Game goes live on Kickstarter

REsident Evil TBGSteamforged games, famous for their crowdsourced ‘Dark Souls: The Board Game’, have struck again, this time with the ever popular and evergreen; Resident Evil 2. 

The game is exactly as you’d imagine it, it’s a tile based board and numerous miniature figures that bring the action alive; it all looks fantastic and to be honest, it’s reasonably priced too with over 2,000 early bird special priced packs at £65. It’s a very tempting package that is for sure! You can check it out here.

Everything about this board game scream authenticity and the figurines look to be of a very high quality;

A quality that goes far beyond the main characters too, the enemy characters look excellent as does the item cards, it just looks brilliant!

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The game’s structure follows that of classic RPGs of the early 90s, scenario-based that keeps playtime down (a la Heroquest) but interconnected to allow fans to create a story (or by using their imagination, make their own, unique campaign). Again the artwork is second to none and it looks excellent!

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To me, this is a very interesting and tempting project that I will undoubtedly be backing, I am in desperate need for a new board game and I think that I should have no issues convincing MrJohnSherry to come round and play!

Do check it out on kickstarter!

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5 thoughts on “Resident Evil 2: The Board Game goes live on Kickstarter

  1. I just saw this the other day somewhere else. I love the idea of board games, especially those based on IPs that I love, but getting people together to play them seems to be an issue where I don’t want to spend the money on it if it’s just going to sit on a shelf! I do have my friday night magic group though, so perhaps I should see if they’d be down to play. Looking forward to hearing more about this one!

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    • I couldn’t believe what I was seeing! I desperately want to back it, but I have to wait to see if anyone would be willing to play it with me; if the lads aren’t it’ll end up being a £70 decoration that I’ll regret buying!

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