A lot of thing going on as GEN CON approaches.
BioShock Infinite: The Siege of Columbia board game, based on the critically acclaimed BioShock Infinite video game, allows players to explore the world of BioShock Infinite–the atmosphere, the characters, the city of Columbia itself, and even contours of the game’s plot–from a tantalizing new perspective as the leaders of the Founders and Vox Populi factions
Set during the same series of events as the video game, players take on the role of the Founders and Vox Populi factions, desperately seeking to seize control of Columbia. Gain points from staking your claim to the city’s territories and accomlishing other goals, all the while fighting your opponents and Booker while trying to influence Elizabeth and commanding an army of detailed miniatures as well as the Songbird and Airship!
In BioShock Infinite: The Siege of Columbia, each player uses their unique deck of cards to influence world events, build their army, fight off Booker, zoom around the city on the Sky-Line, and claw their way to ultimate control of Columbia.
There is a darkness rising in the world of Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game
Dark City, the first expansion to “Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game” brings an entirely new level of play to the critically acclaimed card game. In Dark City, players can use any of the new heroes including Cable, Professor X and Blade to face off against all new villain groups such as The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and The Mutant Liberation Front! Dark City also features 8 new schemes and 5 incredibly tough all new Masterminds for players to try and defeat. It is now up to you to defeat evil and become Legendary!
**This is not a standalone product, Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game required to play.**
Dark City Features:
- 350 playable cards with ALL New content!
- 4 original art pieces per hero
- 17 Heroes
- 5 Masterminds
- 6 Villain Groups
- 2 Henchmen Groups
- New Keyword Mechanics
- Two Sided Color Rule sheet
I heard about Bioshock Infinite in the d6 Generation podcast… I’m very curious now about that game and I hope we’ll be able to try it out at Essen