von BK-Bob | 28.05.2023 | eingestellt unter: Brettspiele

Cool Mini or Not: Metal Gear Solid Brettspiel

CMON bringen das geplante Metal Gear Solid Brettspiel von 2019 direkt als Vorbestellung heraus.

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Metal Gear Solid: The Board Game – Integral Edition – 100,00$

Shipping costs will be calculated and included in the order. Note that VAT will also be charged in the system for EU and UK backers.

Includes:

  • Metal Gear Solid: The Board Game – Integral Edition
  • 1 Exclusive Metal Gear REX Miniature
  • Exclusive 109-page integrated Graphic Novel

Estimated delivery: May 2024

Overview

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Metal Gear Solid: The Board Game brings the beloved video game franchise to your tabletop!

In this cooperative game designed by Emerson Matsuuchi and illustrated by Marco Checchetto, players take on the role of their favorite video game characters and experience stealthy gameplay and intricate storylines.

The VR Mission Book contains 6 independent Missions that can be played at any moment with any player count. For an additional challenge, players can also choose to experience the Shadow Moses campaign, playing across a 14 Mission-campaign.

This pre-order is for an exclusive edition of the Board Game, the Integral Edition, which features a fully illustrated 109-page graphic novel illustrated by Kenneth Loh, bringing each Mission of the campaign to life, and an exclusive, 13cm tall Metal Gear REX miniature!

Whether you’re a veteran of the series or a newcomer to the world of Metal Gear Solid, this board game has something to offer you!

Game components:

  • 4 Player Character Miniatures
  • 5 Boss Miniatures
  • 12 Patrol Miniatures
  • 1 Meryl Disguise Miniature
  • 2 Cardboard Box Miniatures
  • 14 Double-Sided Tiles
  • 4 Player Dashboards
  • 9 Boss Dashboards
  • 1 Patrol Dashboard
  • 176 Cards
  • 184 Tokens
  • 1 Metal Gear REX Miniature – PRE-ORDER EXCLUSIVE
  • 109-page Graphic Novel – PRE-ORDER EXCLUSIVE

Iconic Characters

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In Metal Gear Solid: The Board Game, players take on the role of iconic characters from the video game, like Solid Snake, Meryl Silverburgh, Gray Fox, and Hal „Otacon“ Emmerich, and work together to complete Missions and defeat the Bosses.

Each character has unique gameplay traits and adds something different to the team:

Snake is focused on stealth takedowns, Meryl can disguise herself and pass by Patrols unnoticed, Gray Fox starts the game with his signature weapons like his High-Frequency Blade, and Otacon has a unique Hack deck available only to him.

With unique skills, passive abilities, and a variety of familiar actions, such as knocking on walls to draw the attention of enemies or stealth takedowns, each player will have a distinctive and immersive experience playing with the different characters.

Equipment

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At the start of every Mission, players choose a set of classic equipment from the video game to bring into that Mission. With a variety of weapons and equipment scattered across the various campaign and VR Missions, players can push themselves to earn and permanently add more items to their inventory, something that sooner or later may prove to be quite useful to progress through the campaign, since Missions are challenging.

Stealth Gameplay

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The game is all about stealth, so characters have to use cover, sneak around corners, and distract guards intelligently to avoid detection. If spotted, characters have no option besides engaging in combat, which can prove deadly. They“ll have to hide inside cardboard boxes, sneak across the map, avoid enemy patrols, and search for key items in order to complete objectives.

With an intuitive patrol and alert system, moving the Patrols is straightforward, keeping stealth the focus of gameplay, maintaining the tension and excitement of a sneaking Mission.

Campaign

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Across 14 unique stealth and Boss Missions, Metal Gear Solid: The Board Game follows Snake and his companions through the Shadow Moses campaign in a progressive story that follows the steps of the video game. Explore the depths of Shadow Moses Island, uncover new information through espionage, and unravel the conspiracies surrounding this weapon testing exercise.

The Campaign for both the Retail and Integral Edition of the game will contain the same missions and progressive campaign, but only the Integral Edition is accompanied by a Graphic Novel that details the events surrounding the Missions, providing players with even more immersive gameplay.

Boss Battles

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Fan-favorite Metal Gear Bosses are back in a big way! Ocelot, Cyborg Ninja, Psycho Mantis, Sniper Wolf, Vulcan Raven, and Liquid Snake: each of the 6 Bosses comes with a unique mechanic that is played out in their own dedicated Mission. Different from stealth Missions, players need to carefully plan their moves and coordinate their attacks to take down these challenging foes.

Each Boss comes with their own deck of cards and has a specific set of attacks and weaknesses that players will have to discover and exploit. Players will have to make use of their wits and everything in their surroundings to take down these epic bosses.

Players

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Sculpted by BigChild Creatives. Note that Cyborg Ninja and Gray Fox are the same character and share the same sculpt.

Art by Marco Checchetto.

Patrols

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Sculpted by BigChild Creatives.

Art by Marco Checchetto.

Bosses

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Sculpted by BigChild Creatives. Note that Cyborg Ninja and Gray Fox are the same character and share the same sculpt.

Art by Marco Checchetto.

Exclusive Metal Gear REX

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Sculpted by BigChild Creatives.

Art by Marco Checchetto.

Rulebook

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Please be aware that this is a Work in Progress Rulebook and it only includes a sample of the missions Codecs, to avoid spoilers. Rules may still be tweaked and changed, layout and graphics may still be altered. So, if you see anything in here that isn’t the same later, understand that during the pre-order the project is still under development and all aspects are subject to improvements.

Das Regelbuch findet man Hier

Quelle: Cool Mini or Not

BK-Bob

Seit 2010 im Hobby. Aktuelle Projekte: Herr der Ringe (Harad, Khand und Ostlinge), Saga Ära der Magie (Die Untoten Legionen), WarmaHordes (Crucible Guard, Söldner und Circle), Summoners (Erde), Konflikt 47 (Briten)

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Kommentare

  • Grandioses PSone-Spiel und in den Nachfolger habe ich damals bestimmt 250 Stunden „versenkt“ (war aber auch der Autor des offiziellen MGS2-Lösungsbuchs für Piggyback 😉 )

    Nur: Mit VAT und Versand werden aus den $100 dann $138 plus Zollgebühren bei Lieferung in Deutschland.
    Da warte ich lieber, bis das Spiel regulär über Händler zu bekommen ist. Vor allem nach meinen Erfahrungen beim Marvel-Zombicide-Kickstarter: Damals kamen bei meinem $180 Pledge noch $100 VAT und Versand hinzu.

    • Ich kenn mich da jetzt nicht so gut aus, aber da steht doch, dass der Versand aus einem EU Hub stattfindet. Da kommen dann doch keine Zollgebühren dazu, oder?

      • Tatsächlich, hab’s nun auch gefunden – Ja, in dem Fall entfallen die Zollgebühren. Frag mich, warum CMON dies nicht auch für ihre letzten Kickstarter einrichten bzw. eingerichtet haben …

      • Hier scheint keine Veröffentlichung, Übersetzung und Vertrieb von Asmodee zu erfolgen. Bei vielen Kickstartern dürften die Verträge mit Asmodee das Problem für CMON sein, dass weder eine Übersetzung noch ein Direktvertrieb angeboten wird. Umgekehrt können sie darauf auch nicht verzichten, weil sie auf dem europäischen Markt im Vergleich zu Asmodee ein Zwerg sind und bei mir wiederholt der Eindruck entstand, dass sie teilweise auch auf deren Produktionskapazitäten zurückzugreifen scheinen.

        Das Asmodee das nicht anbietet, wundert mich ein wenig und ist entweder ein Zeichen, dass die Partnerschaft ausläuft (kam jetzt sehr häufig vor in letzter Zeit) oder das das Spiel zu nischig / unattraktiv für sie ist (der Eindruck ist bei mir in der Vergangenheit auch schon häufiger entstanden, z.B. bei Hate).

        Das Thema eingeschränkter Vertrieb in der EU ist mal bei einem „kleineren“ Brettspiel-KS bekannt geworden, wo sich der deutsche Vertrieb nicht entsprechend abgesichert hatte… Resultat Sammelbestellung mit mehreren hundert Stück direkt beim ausländischen Anbieter. Bei allen folgenden Kickstartern gab es keine deutsche Übersetzung mehr (mit explizitem Verweis, dass der dt. Verlagspartner das nicht will) und der Verkauf hier war 15-25 % teurer.

  • Ach ja….das Umstecken des Controllers in Port 2 um Psycho Mantis zu besiegen… Gute alte Zeit!

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