Well, it arrived today! I was one of many Kickstarter backers of the various levels for Harebrained Schemes’ BattleTech Video game, slated for release next year.
Like many folks I backed at a high enough pledge to get both some nice BattleTech swag, as well as some strong comfort in helping to bring back a major video game opportunity for the franchise. We need an infusion of marketing and interest. Hopefully the latest video game will prove just the ticket!
It’s hard for me to find swag anywhere but online these days, so it was nice for me to open up my sweet bag of Draconis Combine swag. Here it is!
Swag = Mag
I’m pretty stoked! I’m wearing my Draconis Combine pin to work tomorrow!
Did you order anything? Has it arrived? What did you get? And who’s ready for some BattleTech?
The BATTLETECH Kickstarter is about to launch! September 29, 2015 @ 10:00am PDT:
Harebrained Schemes, who will soon be launching a Kickstarter campaign for a BATTLETECH video game, is hosting a Live Stream with No Guts No Galaxy on Monday Sep 28 at 10am and 6pm PDT to talk about the project.
Check it out!
Harebrained Schemes has just announced the date of their BATTLETECH Kickstarter:
September 29, 2015 @ 10:00am PDT
They’re hoping to Alpha Strike the Kickstarter by getting as much support as they can within the first hour of the Kickstarter going live:
I, for one, am very excited! Looking forward to seeing what the rewards are at each level.
I’m sure most of you at least remember that there was a pair of Robot arena combat shows in the latter half of the 1990s called Battle Bots and Robot Wars. Each week, a number of amateur and professional propellerheads would get together to do battle within one of three weight classes. The shows were on the air for several seasons; and was pretty popular, spawning how-to books, video games, and other marketing tie-ins. Even Mythbusters alumni Jaime Hyneman and Grant Imahara competed.
Photo by Dave Schumacher