We’re way too thrilled for JULY FOURTEENTH at the following link.
In gaming, whenever you find something new (it’s actually not very new at all) and it’s a lot of fun you really want to tell people about it. Especially when it seems like no one else knows anything about it. That’s where I am right now with DropMix.
It’s also tickling the collector side of me. A side I didn’t think I had given my experience with other collectible card games. Yet, here I am looking at checklist spreadsheets, promo cards that have long since become easily available and looking for ways to complete a collection. It was easy enough to get started what with the base game having a huge 70 percent discount, but stores don’t put things on clearance for no reason. The community seems to think this game has legs enough for a new round of cards coming soon, but in stores it doesn’t feel that way. It feels like it’s dying. Some card packs were exclusive to Toys R Us and that isn’t really helping the feeling of things just going south with this game.
The game also has to contend with the fact that I just found out about it and I really like it. I have a history of jumping on things at their dying breath. TV Shows, electronics/gadgets, and yeah, even video games.
Good luck with that curse, Harmonix.