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News and Upcoming Games!

Posted by Jasco Games (Creator)

Greetings everyone!  

We wanted to take a moment to give you news of some exciting new games coming out this year and early 2018! Also, for those of you who were unaware, Jasco Games has a weekly show on Youtube and Facebook called "The Joffice" where we talk about our projects and events! Here is this week's episode:  



Speaking of Reanimator, our friends at Dynamite Comics have a live kickstarter that ends in 3 days, featuring the H.P. Lovecraft comic series in a new Board Game! We have had the opportunity to see this game in person and give it a try and we were all extremely impressed. The buildings alone make this an awesome addition to any collection! Please check it out and show them your support at the linked image below: 

 Our other games coming to table tops soon include: 

Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Friends and Frenamies (Expansion)
- This is a new expansion for our hit Buffy The Vampire Slayer game. The expansion adds a new section to the board, 6 new playable characters, 2 new Big Bads and a new military menace to the board! If have mastered the original Buffy game and are looking for more of a challenge, this is what you've been waiting for. 

Cowboy Bebop
- We are releasing a fully cooperative Cowboy Bebop game either 4th Quarter this year or 1st quarter next year! Cowboy Bebop is one of the greatest anime series of all time and Jasco Games is proud to be bringing it to life in table top form!
Dragon Ball Z: The Board Game Saga -This game has been in development for some time now and is finally approaching completion! Another completely cooperative board game, where players battle and level up their characters through the 4 major story archs from the show. This is my favorite franchise of all time and I can't wait to give Dragon Ball Z fans what they've all been waiting for! 

Street Fighter The Miniatures Game - As you may have seen on The Angry Joe Show, we will be bringing the Street Fighter Miniatures Game to Kickstarter in March of 2018. This is a table top arena battle game for 2 to 6 players that includes fully painted, large scale miniatures. The game is part of a new system called UTS (Universal Tactics System), which will allow you to pit characters from Street Fighter against the next 2 expansions: Dragon Ball Z and Mortal Kombat X! Stay tuned for this next year and we look forward to sharing more soon! 

Thank you all for your time and we hope to give more updates like this in the following months! 


 Your Jasco Games Team!

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    1. David M. Daniels on

      Jasco, please refrain from sending me updates not directly related to the Mega-Man Board Game project. I did not opt in for this and it's a bad look for you guys. It would discourage me backing anything of your future projects. Thank you.

    2. Jasco Games 5-time creator on

      The Mega Man Board Game (Mega Man 2) has been in talks for some time now as well as some major rules overhauls. That is a very intense project however, and will likely be a while before it is publicized.

      And we appreciate the rest of the feedback from the rest of you!

    3. Justin

      Megaman was dead before it was delivered. Megaman has been a complete failure. Dead Meat has been a complete failure. After the very awkward and rude meeting with Jason in Vegas I have no interest in Jasco anything ever again.

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      Miguel Angel Ruiz on

      Sounds cool and all.....but does this mean the Megaman Board Game is dead?

    5. Nakano

      Interesting licences, but regarding
      "Thank you all for your time and we hope to give more updates like this in the following months!"
      I would recommend you to refrain from updates not related to Mega Man Board Game Revisited Rules Edition / Upgrade Pack. Some companies tend to do unrelated marketing, but it's not really that good idea. Subscribing to your newsletter list and/or following you on Facebook are more polite ways to handle these.