Licensed Fantasy with Green Ronin
Green Ronin is back it in the land of licensed fantasy, confirming that they will continue to work in George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series along with reprints of The Game of Thrones Edition of the rules. Also, the third and final boxed set for their Dragon Age RPG is available for pre-order. Not only that but a complete version of the game, dubbed the Dragon Age Ultimate Edition, with complete content of all 3 boxed sets in one handy hardbound book is in the works for the near future.
Call of Trains?
Chaosium has returned to the fray of the hobby industry in full force, showing off the proofs of the seventh edition of Call of C'thulu off at Gen Con this August. Also previewed was the all-new take on Horror on the Orient Express boxed set, a campaign length series of 19 linked, though not linear, adventure beginning in 1920's London and taking players through Paris and Istanbul in hopes of defeating ancient and unspeakable madness.
Can't Take the Previews from Me
Margaret Weis productions is teasing browncoats of the gaming persuasion with table of contents to Things Don't Go Smooth, a supplement focussed on antagonists and obstacles.
The other S&S is back
Matt Forbeck's Shotguns & Sorcercy a fantasy noir setting (originally released for d20), is returning to shelves next summer after a fall crowdfunding campaign with all new set of game mechanics developed in partnership with Outland Entertainment.
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