I've been thinking about my 'nids lately, after seeing a game a couple of weeks ago using the new rules.
I've been well into tyranids since 2nd Ed Warhammer 40,000, and to me the last codex was pretty much what made them stand out from the crowd. Biomorphs and +/- Strength weaponry were cool, and gave the 'nids a completely different feel. The new codex destroys that for me, replacing our modified critters with a whole load of unnecessary new ones - maybe to stop people magnetising their 'fexes and get them buying more models?
So: maybe it's time to forget about 40k and start playing something else? My current thoughts on the matter are:
* Switch to Necrons, as we don't have a 'cron player and I Less-Than-Three converting plastics?
* Play Infinity instead - but probably 15mm as I can't afford the (admittedly gorgeous) miniatures?
* Play the awesome looking Heavy Gear instead, although I'm not sure I can afford it??
Anyone got any better ideas?
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