One of the most anticipated titles of the year, Avalon Hill’s new Betrayal Legacy retains the spooky theme of its predecessor, Betrayal at House on the Hill, but is customized over multiple games. Players explore the house’s murderous origins in the year 1666 and the obsession of successive generations of residents through 2004. After 13 chapters, they have a replayable game and a haunted house with a unique history.

Betrayal Legacy was designed by Rob Daviau (Pandemic Legacy, Risk Legacy, Seafall). Suggested retail price is $75.

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Betrayal Legacy

Wizards of the Coast today announced Betrayal Legacy, an upcoming game based on its Betrayal at House on the Hill title. The new game will maintain the spooky haunted house theme but will feature customization over multiple plays, as previously seen in Risk Legacy, Pandemic Legacy, and Seafall.

Betrayal Legacy is being designed by Rob Daviau and should hit retail in fall 2018.

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I’ve been waiting for this to happen! On an episode of the History Channel’s Pawn Stars TV show that broadcast earlier this week (season 13, episode 23, “Megawatt Money“), someone finally brought in a vintage board game to sell. So what was the game? Avalon Hill’s 1965 The Battle of the Bulge.

Unfortunately, Rick did not even make an offer for the game. The seller was asking $275 but though finding it complete, Johnny of the Toy Shack judged it a player’s copy rather than one for a collector, and valued it an only $40-50.

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