Very much looking forward to its release. I was disappointed when I saw its release date pushed back to January, but I would rather wait for it to be perfected instead of getting a rushed product. (Or at least that is what Amazon has it listed as. It was listed as a August release in May.)
Well if you look at the item listing it says it will be released Jan.10th 2012 under the item description. Now weather they release it sooner through the Burning Wheel web store I have no clue, but that is just what Amazon has it listed as.(Trust me, I keep checking it every couple of weeks to see if it changes.)
Ahh. I misunderstood. I figured since I couldn’t find a release date anywhere else that this was the accurate one.(the whole it’s the only one with an actual date must be better than a vague “sometime” listing.)
Do you have a street date that is not at GenCon, for those of us not going?
Experience has taught me that Amazon feels like they must have a release date on anything they list. They pick something arbitrary that makes sense in their heads but has nothing to do with reality. Or at least is within the year.
Take, for example, Star Wars: The Old Republic. Bioware has stated that they’ll tell us when the release date is in September, but Amazon immediately listed it as releasing Dec. 31, 2011.
If Amazon is the only place listing a release date, it means there is no release date yet.
No worries, it’s good to share. The funny thing is I’ve just received an email from amazon advising me of a new delivery date for the boxset of September 23. They really are using a dartboard to determine delivery dates.