Friday, 11 September 2015

5150 No Quarter - Mecha Combat now on sale!

"When a vehicle just won't do!"


  1. Would like to order this, but at a full $20 for the pdf and only $23 Sale price for the print version, I will just wait for the pdf to go on Sale.

    1. Just to clarify, the regular print price is $25 and is on sale for $23 at this moment. The sale will go away and the print price will go to $25 - the normal price.

  2. Ed's got to recoup his costs somehow. I've never felt that $20 was too much for the excellent THW series. I want more 5150 in the future so I'll be buying mine later tonight.

  3. It is now 09:55 on Saturday 12th September 2015 and I am going to buy this now, as I have been waiting, patiently, for this one for quite some time. $20 is still excellent VFM, when you compare it to 'glossier' products charging 3-4 times this amount but with half the 'playing power'! Stop whinging, buy it and start having fun!

  4. I have so been waiting for this one! Already bought my em4 Miniatures Mechs last week ;-)

    The vast majority of the costs of producing books are not in the printing or distribution - its actually in the creating, editing, proofreading, author's fees etc. These days the difference in costs of printing and ePublishing is quite small, hence the minor difference in costs between the PDF & Print versions. And with the print version there is the additional costs of packaging (time & materials) and delivery - and to the UK that's a lot!