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Star Wars: Rebellion Review
Amazon Price: $99.95 (as of June 23, 2017 1:38 am –
"Star Wars: Rebellion is a board game of epic conflict between the Galactic Empire and Rebel Alliance for two to four players! Experience the Galactic Civil War like never before. In Rebellion, you control the entire Galactic Empire or the fledgling Rebel Alliance. You must command starships, account for troop movements, and rally systems to your cause. Featuring more than 150 plastic miniatures and two game boards that account for thirty-two of the Star Wars galaxy's most notable systems, Rebellion features a scope that is as large and sweeping as any Star Wars game before it. Yet for all its grandiosity, Rebellion remains intensely personal, cinematic, and heroic. As much as your success depends upon the strength of your starships, vehicles, and troops, it depends upon the individual efforts of such notable characters as Leia Organa, Mon Mothma, Grand Moff Tarkin, and Emperor Palpatine. As civil war spreads throughout the galaxy, these leaders are invaluable to your efforts, and the secret missions they attempt will evoke many of the most inspiring moments from the classic trilogy. You might send Luke Skywalker to receive Jedi training on Dagobah or have Darth Vader spring a trap that freezes Han Solo in carbonite! Contents include: 1 game board (split in 2 halves), 170 plastic miniatures, 25 leaders (with stands), 10 custom dice, Over 170 cards, 1 Learn to Play Booklet, 1 Rules Reference".
The Best Star Wars Board Game Of All Time!!!
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Star Wars: Rebellion, from Fantasy Flight Games, is a two-to-four-player tabletop game that pits the evil Galactic Empire against the heroes of the Rebel Alliance. The game is based on the original Star Wars trilogy and contains two game boards that fit together, a mountain of cards, and many, many, minis.
Star Wars In A Box
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Fantasy Flight has really been hitting home runs with their line of Star Wars games. I own X Wing miniatures which I love. I didn’t end up pulling the trigger on Imperial Assault or Armada. As much as I love these games at times the bigger more epic games are harder to get to the table with my gaming group, since most of my friends enjoy lighter more casual games, so this is what I usually buy. This all went out the window when I saw Star Wars Rebellion! It just looked so huge and so epic and I needed to have it! I was really hoping that it lived up to the hype and my expectations. And…………well………… IT DID!
A long time ago, in a game box far, far away……
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“The Emperor has made a critical error and the time for our attack has come.”
Probably the best Star Wars board game out there
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Probably the best Star Wars board game out there. Best played with 2 players, but it can be played with 4 though. In a 4-player game, the players are in 2 teams and split responsibilities.
The Ultimate Star Wars Tabletop Experience!
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Star Wars Rebellion is without a doubt the crowning achievement from Fantasy Flight Games, and that is saying a lot. I’ve played many of their titles including Twilight Imperium, Forbidden Stars and X-wing Miniatures. Rebellion combines elements from these games into an all-new play style that feels streamlined but not overly simplistic and that allows for lots of unique game play strategies. Most importantly, it feels like Star Wars thanks to the excellent execution of thematic elements.
Beautiful, intricate game
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If you’re really into organizing board game pieces and get a kick out of punching out hundreds of cardboard tokens, you will adore this game the second you open it. Luckily, we are exactly those people and it was like a present within a present. My fiancé spent Christmas morning carefully categorizing and setting up all of the pieces in this game. We haven’t even had a chance to play it yet, but it sure is beautiful, and it’s one of the highest ranked board games on a certain board game review site, so we are really excited to get it set up. My first impressions are that extreme attention to detail went into this game, and I’m really excited about the asymmetric gameplay of Empire v. Rebellion, and that you can play it many different ways depending on how many people you have. On the downside, it made my fiancé get really interested in starting miniature painting because the little Death Stars in this game are so cool, and now I might lose him to a new engrossing hobby. If you like Star Wars and are into really intricate detail in your games, this will hit all of the right notes for you.
Original Trilogy w/ Alternate Plot Twists!
Played this at friend’s and had to add it to my collection. I personally don’t care much for war/strategy games where you move units, take territories, and destroy the opposition. (Axis & Allies, etc). Rebellions has those elements but makes it interesting for me with asymmetrical gameplay, variety of themed missions, and the Star Wars narrative that plays out making every game memorable.
Best. Game. Ever.
This is my absolute FAVORITE board game that was ever made. It is absolutely fantastic in almost every single aspect. I am not exaggerating. The miniatures are everything you ever want. The thematic style is exhilarating for even the most casual star wars fan. Everyone gets excited about blowing up an entire planet with the death star. The best part of the game is intricacies of strategy and the constant tension of how to best utilize your previous resources. The game is hardly ever out of reach for either player as the “rapid mobilization” card allows for the game to flip on its head suddenly. It is worth every penny. The ONLY downside in my opinion is the combat process. It can take a long time to work through even the most simple battle. This stretches out the game even for experienced players. All in all a 5 star no brainer board game that every gamer needs on his shelf.
Feels like you are a part of the star wars universe
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Just a few tidbits…
‘I like it’ and I am not a gamer
I bought this to play with my son. I figured it’s a better way to spend time with him over video games. He’s 8 years old but has a better understanding of Rebellion than I do.
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