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Listen up Chummers, Shadowrun 6th Edition is Now Available

I got my hands on the first edition Shadowrun core rules in 1992, and loved everything about the setting. Admittedly, the year 2050 seemed a lot more distant then than it does now. I haven’t played Shadowrun as a tabletop roleplaying game since the mid-1990s, but it is a world that remains near and dear to my heart. Continue reading Listen up Chummers, Shadowrun 6th Edition is Now Available

Add the ‘Elon Musk’ Phase to Terraforming Mars with “Prelude”

Terraforming Mars: Prelude is exactly what I look for in an expansion from a game that I already love. It adds depth and diversity, without making the game more complicated. It fixes some of the (alleged) issues in the base game, by guiding players with their early game strategic choices and gives a boost to the notoriously slow early game. If you like Terraforming Mars – the 2017 breakout boardgame blockbuster from Fryxgames – then you should buy Prelude. End of review. Continue reading Add the ‘Elon Musk’ Phase to Terraforming Mars with “Prelude”