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Conclave was interesting in that it's the Second Irish con recently where RPG games where close to the most popular lines for patrons with no particular brand or genre winning over others.

Lots of folk wanted to know about Heroes of Normandie and where very flattering of its quality and content.

Many folk very taken by All Quite on the Martian front – obviously due to bretts paint job.

But Burning Suns the prototype board game certainly seemed to turn heads and win minds as the lads ran it without respite for most of the weekend.

While not played much Dust Tactics drew in many viewers probably in a similar war to AQOTMF (Martian Front) in so much it was recognisable as World War but Not. And the Walkers even seemed to appeal to the more classic minded gamers too.

via Wee Gamers’s Facebook Wall


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