Mexican Coke is the undisputed heavyweight of the drink cooler. If I had a group that wanted to come in and sit around the game center discussing the merits of Mexican Coke, I would gladly seat them in a prime time slot. Heck, it outsells Yu-Gi-Oh, and I would probably get fewer complaints.
- Magic The Gathering -- Shadowmoor Booster
- WoW CCG: Servants of the Betrayer Booster
- Magic The Gathering -- Shadowmoor theme deck
- Dungeons & Dragons Miniatures - Dungeons of Dread booster
- Magic The Gathering -- Shadowmoor - tournament pack
- Magic The Gathering -- Shadowmoor - fat pack
- Mexican Coca Cola
- Chaos Marine Battleforce
- YGO: Light of Destruction
- Star Wars Miniatures - Legacy of the Force Booster
Warhammer Fantasy has remained very strong throughout the year. Warmachine continues to slip, although we've had a LOT of new players start lately.
Anime CCGs have been the surprise for us this year, with lots of fans for Bleach, Naruto, and Yu-Gi-Oh, although I expect the last one to begin slipping since we canceled their organized play. A new set of Kingdom Hearts and Maplestory were released this week, but the love is gone. These customers can be fickle too.
- Warhammer 40K
- Warhammer Fantasy
- Dungeons & Dragons
- Fantasy Flight Games
- Star Wars CMG
- World of Warcraft CCG
- Rio Grande
- Bleach CCG
Here's an interesting chart by company. Not so diverse now, is it? These top 10 companies comprise 75% of our sales.
What should we expect in the coming month? Dungeons & Dragons will explode upon the scene the first week of June. Keep on the Shadowfell is released next week, and based on pre-orders, will probably be our best selling adventure ever. Warhammer 40K 5th Edition has Mexican Coke like strength, and we've already pre-sold a dozen $90 gamer edition sets, including one to me. We've got 8 more available either for pre-order or for sale the day of the release. Those who don't splurge on that, will surely buy the standard rulebook when it's released July 12th. I've been reading a pre-release copy and I'm wondering if mortar teams might be viable....
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