CoD figures and wargaming?

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Re: CoD figures and wargaming?

Postby CarilletaReach2 » Sat Apr 01, 2017 5:34 pm

@charliebucket Waiting for that pal!

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Re: CoD figures and wargaming?

Postby charliebucket » Sat Apr 01, 2017 6:27 pm

@charliebucket Waiting for that pal!
Cool!

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Re: CoD figures and wargaming?

Postby Admiral-Sabree » Tue Apr 04, 2017 5:32 pm

Hey, I am creating a Project: V.O.R.T.E.X RPG tabletop game! It uses D&D adventure system parts with HALO, CoD, King Arthur and WoW figures! I'm gonna post some on the gallery soon! It's gonna be EPIC!
Wow sounds cool

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Re: CoD figures and wargaming?

Postby charliebucket » Tue Apr 04, 2017 5:44 pm

Hey, I am creating a Project: V.O.R.T.E.X RPG tabletop game! It uses D&D adventure system parts with HALO, CoD, King Arthur and WoW figures! I'm gonna post some on the gallery soon! It's gonna be EPIC!
Wow sounds cool
Yeah! I'm gonna make a new thread once I start uploading the rules onto the gallery! I'ts gonna be sick!!!!!

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Re: CoD figures and wargaming?

Postby Mrhank » Sun Apr 23, 2017 11:57 am

I think that the old Hero Scape game rules could apply pretty well to a CoD Figure game. I even did a few matches with altered rules and gave every soldier the same movement (by myself, not with another player). There is potential there, but I think Mega should do something with it themselves!

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Re: CoD figures and wargaming?

Postby Elemaster » Mon Apr 24, 2017 12:32 pm

I don't have a example of a old game off the top of my head but I can give you nitendo and a starfox game mod, nitendo can't do anything with the license thats half decent so there's no reason to touch a fan made game meanwile they ruthlessly shut down anything that boards competition to there top franchises like zelda and mario.

I wouldn't place money that they wouldn't shut down a fangame to Metroid or Star Fox - they axed a Metroid fan remake back in September, and last year a Star Fox fan cartoon got canned. They seem to be sporadic for what gets the ax.

Pokemon Uranium is the most recent one I can recall, but Pokemon is one of their bigger franchises. But, for example, Square Enix has squashed two fangames based off Chrono Trigger, where the closest thing they have done with the property is the DS port.

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Re: CoD figures and wargaming?

Postby Admiral-Sabree » Thu Apr 27, 2017 12:56 pm

I don't have a example of a old game off the top of my head but I can give you nitendo and a starfox game mod, nitendo can't do anything with the license thats half decent so there's no reason to touch a fan made game meanwile they ruthlessly shut down anything that boards competition to there top franchises like zelda and mario.
I wouldn't place money that they wouldn't shut down a fangame to Metroid or Star Fox - they axed a Metroid fan remake back in September, and last year a Star Fox fan cartoon got canned. They seem to be sporadic for what gets the ax. Pokemon Uranium is the most recent one I can recall, but Pokemon is one of their bigger franchises. But, for example, Square Enix has squashed two fangames based off Chrono Trigger, where the closest thing they have done with the property is the DS port.
hmm I just don't get nitendo. its amazing what they axe and don't axe. I will say that I don't like nitendo tearing down things that would not effect them in anyway. Metroid I can kinda see mabey (they have done nothing with the franchise at all for a long time so ok?) starfox I'm surprised they would bother the best they can do is remake the first game for the series besides that its dead in the hands.


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