I remember when I bought the video game. It was back in 1995, it was the Imperial Pursuit complement, then forcing me to buy the actual game (because I didn't know you needed a game to play an add-on).
The long days optimising my 40 Mb (yes Mb!) hard drive and 2Mb memory just to play that game (12 Mb all together, it was massive!). The days of the 386x.
|All this purple. A good old memory.|
I was spending time on Mel's products and found he had designed the DX-9. In the video game, it was one of the main elements either in convoy attack, or capturing spaceships.
As I am the RPG-type of gamer, I like to build my armies with a backstory and playing scenarios instead of pure dog fights. The DX-9 will help me make objectives. At least, that was the excuse I used to promptly click buy, and ended up with 3 models.
|final version, painted|
After this Friday, I will know if they are as hard to kill as in the video game.
Cards and details to play in FFG X-wing: Here