Heroscape: Dungeons and Dragons, "Battle For The Underdark". It's the ultimate kid-ification and commoditization of fourth edition D&D.
It comes with re-tread D&D minis, on new "Heroscape" bases, and hex tiles and plastic scenery to build a series of combat scenarios between a party of adventures and a Drow warband.
I wonder, for those of you still supporting WOTC's 4E D&D, is this truly the direction you want to see Dungeons and Dragons take? At what point will those "true fans of of D&D" vote with their wallets, and refuse to spend another penny on Hasbro/WOTC D&D products, in protest.
While I am not one of those purists that spurns any RPG product, unless it was printed before 1989, I am disgusted at the thought that D&D will now be sold by Hasbro as a bland and simplistic tabletop combat game, complete with pre-packaged battle-scenarios and recycled miniatures.
It's a sad day for the D&D legacy.
Edit: for anyone who would like to find out more, here is a link.