Monsterpocalypse <whoop! whoop! whoop!>, yes, it always sets off the Giant Robot Alert. Players control their kaiju of choice and fight against their enemy. But in an upcoming twist, players will instead be teaming up to take out a monster controlled by the game itself. That's what we get a look at in this article for Monsterpocalypse: Megaton Mashup. <whoop! whoop! whoop!>
Privateer Press is still up and running during the COVID-19 pandemic. They've got a couple people at their warehouse still packing orders and they're looking to get them some more work. As such, they've got a 25% off sale for everything in their webshop until May 1st (or possibly longer). Head on over and get you some new toy soldiers for cheaper than usual.
Are we only 1/4 of the way through the year? Sure. Does that make it a little early for a year-in-review post? Eh, the folks over at Privateer Press don't really think so. Let's face it, it's kinda felt like it's been a full year already. As such, they've got a bit of an update about how things have gone and a little about where they might lead.
Many companies have halted and pushed back releases during the COVID-19 outbreak. But there's still planning going on. Assuming things work themselves out, Privateer Press has posted an expected release schedule for April. Want to know what'll be coming at the end of next month? Have yourselves a look.
At home and want to work on your Warmachine, Monsterpocalypse, or Riot Quest collections? Well, there's new releases for all three of those games available from Privateer Press. There's some new Warcasters, new Warjacks, nw giant monsters, and more. Have yourselves a look.
The Kickstarter campaignf or Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika continues on. If you're interested in getting into this new, sci-fi minis game from Privateer Press, but you're still harboring some questions, you should check out the new FAQ that they just posted. It might just have the answer you need.
And it's underway. Privateer Press has launched their Kickstarter campaign for Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika, their new sci-fi miniatures game. Though set in the Iron Kingdoms, though far in the future, the gameplay is drastically different from the Warmahordes rules set you probably know. This is also the first of many planned Kickstarter campaigns for the game, with them coming out every couple months as they release new products for the line. But that's as may be. At the moment, they are just getting the game off the ground.
The Kickstarter campaign for Warcaster: Neo-Mechanica draws ever-closer. Will you be jumping in on the ground floor of this new sci-fi minis game? Have you decided what faction you're going to play? Well, we've seen one, why not see the other? In this preview, we get a small glimpse at the Marcher Worlds faction.
A big release day for Privateer Press this time around. There's new solos, warcasters, and units for Warmachine. If you're looking to bulk up your Riot Quest force, there's new figures for that, too. And <whoop! whoop! whoop!> that means we've got some new Monsterpocalypse figures that you can pick up as well. If you play something from Privateer Press, chances are good that there's something new for you.
Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika is Privateer Press' new sci-fi miniatures game coming to Kickstarter soon. Of course, as with any new game, gamers are going to have questions about it as well as how it will affect other games that the company makes. In this Q&A session with Matt Wilson, they look to answer a few of your most-important questions about the project.
While they're still holding much close to their chest for Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika, Privateer Press is starting to give us a few more looks into what's coming. In this article, we get a brief look at an overview of the Iron Star Alliance, one of the first factions coming out for the game.
Warmachine, with its arcane turbines and flair for the electronic, especially in the case of factions like Cygnar and the Cult of Cyriss, always had a bit of a sci-fi vibe going for them, if you ask me. Well, now, Privateer Press is leaving nothing to doubt. They're coming out with an actual sci-fi game set in the far future of the Warmachine/Hordes world. It's called Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika and it's coming to Kickstarter soon.
April showers bring May flowers. And Mayflowers bring Pilgrims. But May will simply be bringing some new releases for both Monsterpocalypse and Riot Quest from Privateer Press. They're showing off the new items that will be available. And I almost could put this in a Terrain Corner article, since Monsterpocalypse is getting a whole bunch to build up your city (for you to then bash to pieces, of course).
They say hindsight is 20/20, but for the purposes of this terrible joke, foresight is 2020. In this instance, we're looking at Privateer Press and what they're working on for this year. Of course, there's Warmachine and Hordes, along with lots more for Riot Quest. But they're also working on their new sci-fi game, Warcaster. They've posted up a little glimpse of what you can expect as the months roll along.
Privateer Press is coming to the new month with some new releases. New figures for Monsterpocalypse, Warmachine, Riot Quest, and in the return of a game we've not seen in a long time, Level 7: Omega Protocol comes back with a new version, as well as the Extreme Prejudice expansion.
Privateer Press is ending the year on a high note. They've got a new batch of releases available over in their webshop. Flush with holiday cash and looking where to spend it? Maybe see if any of these new figures tickle your fancy. There's Riot Quest. There's Warmachine. There's Monsterpocalypse. If you play a Privateer Press game, you'll want to see what you can pick up now.
The holidays are pretty much upon us already. But there's still time to pick up some last-minute gifts for the gamer on your list. And Privateer Press is helping as they have a bunch of new releases available now over in their webshop and down at your local game store.
Privateer Press has a whole bunch of new releases available now over in their webshop. You've got yourself from Warmachine. You've got yourself some Hordes. You've got some self some <whoop! whoop! whoop!> Monsterpocalypse. You've got yourself some Riot Quest. Basically, they've got you covered if you play one of their miniatures games. Head on over and take a look.
It's Thanksgiving week, so that means a lot of companies are having holiday sales. Privateer Press is no different. They'll be starting their Black Friday Sale on Thursday. Yes, after you chug a gallon of egg nog and devour a whole turkey and pumpkin pie, you can go get yourself some deals from their webshop.
Logistics. In a global market, it's a huge web where tugging on one string pulls everything else out of shape. Game Companies do everything they can to make it run smoothly, but it's not easy. Privateer Press has had some issues with releases lately and Matt Wilson is here to give an update about how things are coming along.
The new year will be here relatively soon. And while my own eyes need glasses to see correctly, Privateer Press is giving us 2020 vision with a look at what will be coming out in February. Have yourselves a look at new Warmachine, Monsterpocalypse, and Riot Quest releases.
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Yup, that's right. Giant robots ahead.
New Warmachine and Monsterpocalypse releases are hitting store shelves from Privateer Press. If you're looking for some new Mercenaries to add to your forces, you'll want to check them out. These figures continue the trend of the Infernals, both for and against, as they invade into the world. Meanwhile, Monsterpocalypse has some new Apes and Cthul monsters to add to your forces.
Many of you out there want to get into the gaming industry. Now, finding jobs like game designer or content creator are few and far between, but you gotta start somewhere. Perhaps getting your foot in the door through the Warehouse can work. I know of several people who've done just that. Privateer Press is looking for new Warehouse Associates, so you might just want to apply.
Privateer Press might still be working on their grand move, but that doesn't mean that they can't get you some new figures. There's some new Infernals, as well as some new fighters for Riot Quest, including one very familiar name (though not sporting his big boiler armor anymore). You can pick up these new figures now.
Happy New Year!
What's that? You say it's October? Well, we're celebrating the New Year anyway. At least, we're prepping for it. Yes, we're getting 2020 vision with a preview of the January releases that Privateer Press will have.