October 23, 2021

Origins Recovery & US Fight Club Tournament – #TuesdayNewsday 10/5/21

Every week, #TuesdayNewsday gives you a digest of what’s important in the strategy gaming world  >>>

This Week’s Headline:

Well, we survived Origins.

 

This Week’s Actual Headline:

TN-USFC-Tournament

There are details over at PaxSims, but if you pop into the comments, you’ve got one of wargaming’s biggest embarrassments blathering about his inability to adapt to technology.

 

Newly Released This Week and yes it’s a lot that had nothing to do with Origins:

 

On Sale This Week:

 

Newly Launched This Week:

 

This Week With The Armchair Dragoons:

 

News From The Wargame Industry:

  • Matrix Games has another tournament going on. This one is for Field of Glory II: Medieval – The Crusades.
  • The Matrix Forums also melted down over the Derby House Principles, with all the predictable roles being played by all the expected actors. It’s amazing how far people will stretch to jump to incorrect conclusions and broadcast their lack of factual accuracy.
  • The 2021 Compass catalog is starting to appear in mailboxes.  PODCAST IMMINENT!  (WHOOOOOOOOHOOOOOO!)
  • Word on the street is that Avalanche Press is having trouble with some distributors?  Anyone able to confirm / deny?
  • There’s been a bunch of upheaval in the RPG world with a lawsuit filed against a business owner who had a lot of doings with the RPG biz, and GaryCon in particular.  The lawsuit is pretty, well… ‘wow’ doesn’t do it justice.  Luke Gygax has now released an official statement from GaryCon.

 

Something From Our Partners:

 

The Professional & Practitioner Wargaming World:

Don’t forget we’ve got a dedicated area of our forums for the professional wargamers.

 

That’s all for this week!
Be sure to drop by our forums and join the fun, and next Tuesday we’ll drop some more news on you.


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