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Star Wars Unlimited and GameGenic – A Match Made in Heaven

GameGenic is making some of the best components for Collectable Card Games (CCGs) and their most recent partnership with Star Wars Unlimited has me very excited. I love branded products for CCGs – the deck boxes and card sleeves for Disney Lorcana, for example, aren’t the greatest things I’ve ever used, but I like them none-the-less. Thing is, while Ravensburger has attempted to do everything in house – and have done an adequate job – Fantasy Flight Games has said, “We aren’t in the accessories business, so let’s get someone who knows accessories to make accessories for our game!” Enter GameGenic.


GameGenic has been making stuff for table top games for a really long time, and the products are a bit expensive, but generally worth every penny. I’ve used GameGenic products on and off over the past few years, and always been pretty impressed with what I saw. With Star Wars Unlimited, however, I’m going to get the opportunity to really test the products, and I couldn’t be more excited.

While very excited for Star Wars Unlimited, I might be more excited about the storage solutions, card sleeves, and play mats from GameGenic. Listen, I’m what you would call a casual CCG player – I’ve dabbled in Pokemon, gone really deep with Disney Lorcana, and plan to get pretty involved with Star Wars Unlimited. One thing I’ve always been annoyed by each time I get into a CCG is that storing dozens…hundreds….thousands? Of cards can be a bit daunting. I have starer decks in baggies! With these products from GameGenic, I’m equally as excited to open and play the game as I am to store it!


Does this sound ridiculous? Of course it does. But that doesn’t make it any less true. I cannot wait to get my hands on Star Wars Unlimited and the GameGenic products next week. Stay tuned to for more on this game, and we will continue to cover as more sets get released!


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blank Adam Roffel has only been writing about video games for a short time, but has honed his skills completing a Master's Degree. He loves Nintendo, and almost anything they have released...even Tomodachi Life.

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