The article only covers Star Wars Attacktix, and has out of date price points and products, but if it can create new interest in the game, that is all that matters.
For the past few years now, the latest rage in tabletop gaming has been collectible miniatures. Games like Heroclix have combined the addictiveness of collectible card games with the strategy of traditional miniatures. This past summer a new entry into the collectible miniatures game was made, but it has gone under most gamer’s radars because it can not be found in a comic or game store, but rather in the toy aisle at Walmart. Star Wars Attacktix was released in May of 2005 as part of the Revenge of the Sith toy blitz. By their own admission, Hasbro created the Attacktix game as a quick cash in, but found the product line’s success to bypass even their wildest expectations, and they are now fully supporting it...