JoyRide Studios displayed their new line of Mechwarrior toys at the 2002 International Model & Hobby Expo in Rosemont, Illinois this weekend. Although both hefty and pricey, they do look sharp. The folks at JoyRide even included the parts to
Perusing my copy of Rifter 19, I noticed an ad for RECON Modern Combat. Scheduled for release later this month, it covers covert operations, counter-insurgency warfare, and anti-terrorist measures. Finally, after eighteen years of Heroes Unlimited, Palladium finally gets around
Far Future Enterprises has this item listed on their website with a release date of March 2002. I received the following in reply to my questions: FFE Announces Classic Reprints of Twilight: 2000 Role-Playing Game Far Future Enterprises announced that
In conjunction with yesterday’s release, the folks at Wizkids Games have updated their Mechwarrior site to include a complete online guide to all mechs, vehicles and infantry in the initial line. They are also preparing a series of storyline events.
Who says that historical wargamers can’t have a sense of humor? Check out Major General Tremorden Reddering’s Colonial-era Wargames Page. In addition to some of the best battle reports I have ever seen (Lassenwelt Station is a classic), the site
Steve Jackson Games has scheduled a second edition of the GURPS Uplift sourcebook for release in October. Based on David Brin’s classic Uplift series, humans challenge the galactic status quo by daring to “uplift” chimpanzees and dolphins into tool-using sentience.
After numerous rocky starts (and near-finishes), GW’s Epic Warhammer 40,000 is in playtest for a new edition. Tentatively titled Epic Armageddon, the initial playtest files are available here. Jervis Johnson of the GW’s Fanatic division promises greater detail and more