November 5, 2016 by brennon
GAME are (probably quite surprisingly nowadays) still a major force on the high street when it comes to video games but they are now joining forces with Games Workshop to offer the kid-friendly Battle For Vedros range to the UK…
By ‘kid-friendly’ we mean that the sets have been made as good entry level sets for younger gamers to get into using some of the existing models that were available as part of Black Reach during an older edition of Warhammer 40,000.
Paints and individual squads are also going to be available, possibly building on the wave of support growing behind the likes of Dawn of War III.
Do you think this is going to mark an interesting change for Games Workshop going forward? Considering how often people used to get the two shops confused around my local area it seems apt that GAME are now carrying the 40k line-up, albeit with a smaller range with a tighter focus towards younger gamers.
Let us know in the comments below…
"Paints and individual squads are also going to be available, possibly building on the wave of support growing behind the likes of Dawn of War III..."