From: Rochester, MN
Matrix Games purchases
World War One Gold - Still haven't played it much, but it's only a matter of time.
AGEOD's American Civil War - Fabulous game. Took me a long time to figure out the engine, but it was worth it. And instant classic.
Battlefield Academy - Perfect for a little lite wargaming. One of the only games I can play well while drinking. Also, this is the game that has turned my 11 yr old son into a wargamer. He went from Lego to BA!
AGEOD's Revolution Under Siege - Outstanding game, and perfect for the AGE engine. This game is starting to consume me!
There's still some time left in 2010. I'm going to finally pickup WitP:AE after many years of procrastination. At that sale price, I can't say no this year.
And if the Battlefield Academy expansion pack gets released before the end of the year, that will be added to my cart as well.
Non-Matrix Games Purchases
Achtung Panzer: Karkhov 1943 - Haven't played it much, hope it's not as bad as Lutzow says it is.
Bioshock - Hadn't played a FPS in years, so picked it up for something different. It's an excellent shooter. Creepy as hell, too.
Commander: Conquest of the Americas - What a disappointment. Great concept, ho-hum implementation. Maybe it'll get better with a patch or ten.
King's Bounty: The Legend & Armored Princess - Very good RPG series. Will be spending even more time with these in the future!
Theatre of War 2: Africa 1943 - Dunno yet, can't get the download from GamersGate to work. Nothing like paying for a digital download and not being able to get it downloaded completely, d'oh!
Far Cry 2 - Another shooter that I'm having lots of fun with. Perfect for when my bloodlust is up.
Scourge of War: Gettysburg - Best game of the year! Outstanding tactical warfare in the American Civil War.
Napoleon: Total War - Another one that I need to spend more time with. I haven't tried the strategic part of the game yet, but am looking forward to it.
Ufda, did I really buy that many games this year? I don't even want to add up the money, but even so, I know it's a heck of a lot cheaper than most other hobbies out there.