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Chris Shepperson of Nightfall Games talks SLA Industries

by Peter Ray Allisonon 24/10/2019
The SLA Industries roleplaying game first appeared twenty-five years ago.  As an entirely new setting, SLA (pronounced “Slay”) Industries was praised for its originality and iconic themes, for which it won numerous awards. The game is based around a far-future dystopia.  Much of the known universe is owned, or indirectly controlled, by the eponymous corporation […]

Harebrained Schemes announces Shadowrun: Dragonfall

by Andy Haighon 24/11/2013
Hare Brained Schemes has just unveiled the details on Shadowrun: Dragonfall, the new campaign for their critically acclaimed old school RPG Shadowrun Returns.  BERLIN. The Flux-State: a stable anarchy enforced by an ever-shifting coalition of megacorps, political factions, and savvy power players. A place where almost anything goes and the right connections can be the […]

Remember, Wear Goggles: The Haberdash Steampunk Shop

by LadyNoctison 16/09/2013
So I had a chat with Avon Taylor, the gentleman and inventor behind The Haberdash Steampunk Shop, and here is what he had to say… The Haberdash grew, and continues to do so, in stages. Originally started as a hobby with spare parts from clockwork repair, as a way to pass time between volunteer shifts […]

Shadowrun Returns – 8 GPPs

by Andy Haighon 29/07/2013
Shadowrun Returns is a distinctly old-school styled RPG based on the pen and paper role-playing game. The setting for Shadowrun is essentially a mixture of cyberpunk and the fantasy trappings normally associated with Lord of the Rings. The year is 2054 and due to an event referred to as ‘The Awakening’ there has been a […]

WORDS! – the world of CyberPunk

by Matt Gearyon 22/12/2011
Art by Artemis Kolakis The mans watching, whip cracker with a Citadel fine detail brush. He wants words, lots of words, and wont shut the fuck up about the fact that he wants them yesterday. Time travel, for the moment, escapes me, this ageing anachronism, but I can do words if he wants them. Ironically, […]