Talk:Risk: The Lord of the Rings Trilogy Edition
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There was actually a LOTR Risk "Extension Pack" featuring Gondor, Mordor and Haradwaith regions. It was available in Borders bookshop in the UK, amongst other places. It was withdrawn from sale shortly after release, presumably due to poor sales. --demondrink 14:18, 2 August 2006 (UTC)
- Apparently an expansion pack is available on request, while stocks last, for US$18 to US residents from here.
This was noted, and this is a seperate article The Shroud 03:32, 29 June 2007 (UTC)
There is LOTR Risk and LOTR Risk Trilogy edition. My understanding is that the expansion pack adds the additional content from the trilogy edition.
Although there is no already existing artcle for the other LOTR Risk editions. I figure it would probably be best to make this article cover all three and, if needed, rename it slightly. Any other thoughts on the matter? b_cubed 22:22, 12 May 2007 (UTC)
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Criticism for having a limited print run?
The article says: "The fact that it is now out of print has also brought criticism from many people." The vast majority of board games have only a limited print run and then they are no longer printed. Only games that show lasting popularity are given multiple print runs (and really, this game was a movie tie-in). I can understand that people can be frustrated that an old and out of print game can be hard to find, but I don't think this is really a valid criticism of the game or the publisher. Aarontu (talk) 18:19, 8 June 2009 (UTC)