Star Wars: Armada- Epic fleet battles come to your table top!

by on 09/08/2014

I honestly think Fantasy Flight Games have my house bugged, either that or someones been practicing their Jedi mind tricks on me. “This is the game I’ve been looking for” ** nods head** I have not long since finished off a comment on our X-Wing review, moaning about how I wished they’d scale the game down and have capital ships when, WHAMMY! This bit of news hits my feed. Star-Wars-Armada-Components I would love to say I am happy about this but sadly my wallet can not take another beating like it did for X-wing and Dust Tactics. If I don’t watch it I’ll be living out of house made entirely of old X-wing boxes. Who am I kidding, I’ve been dreaming of this type of game all my life. Who needs a a house anyway, eah? As long as I have shiny pretty things, that’s all that matters right? TAKE MY MONEY!  Star Wars: Armada is due for release in early 2015 Check out more information below :


Rebel and Imperial fleets fight for the fate of the galaxy in Star Wars™: Armada, the two-player miniatures game of epic Star Wars space battles! In Star Wars: Armada, you command the unmatched power of the Imperial fleet, or gain the opportunity to prove your tactical acumen as an admiral in the Rebel Alliance. Massive Star Destroyers fly to battle against Rebel corvettes and frigates. Banks of turbolasers unleash torrential volleys of fire against squadrons of X-wings and TIEs. Assemble your fleet, survey your objectives, form your battle plan, plot your course, call your shots, and destroy the enemy. Armada balances the awesome scale of the Star Wars galaxy’s ships and space warfare with ship designs and rules that make for accessible, intuitive play experiences. It’s your job to issue the tactical commands that will decide the course of battle and, perhaps, the fate of the galaxy. The Star Wars: Armada Core Set contains everything you need to get started, including the rules, an articulated maneuver tool, a range ruler, six command dials, nine attack dice, ten unpainted squadrons, and three pre-painted ship miniatures (Victory-class Star Destroyer, Nebulon-B frigate, CR90 Corellian corvette), plusmore than 130 cards and tokens.