Saturday, August 23, 2008

Non D&D 4e Post

I and nearly every one else has spent the past couple of months going on and on about the newest release of Dungeons and Dragons. The reason why should be obvious, it is an iconic game and there has been a lot of turmoil surrounding it over the past year or so. However, it is not the only system out there.
Many companies produce quality games with fans that are just as devoted as D&D players. So I have decided to post a list of a few products that are fairly new and some upcoming releases for non-D&D games.

Click on the companies name to go to their website and find out about their other products.

Palladium Publishing
  • Robotech Shadow Chronicles
  • Rifts Dimension Book 11: Dyval-Hell Unleashed
  • Rifts Chaso Earth: NEMA Mission Book One
  • Rifts/Phase World Sourcebook: Heroes of the Megaverse
  • Rifts Dimensino Book 12: Dimension Outbreak
  • Tome Grotesque for Beyond the Supernatural

AEG: Legend of the 5 Rings
  • Masters of Magic
  • Legend of the Five Rings, Third Edition Revised
  • Masters of Court
Fantasy Flight Games
  • Dark Heresy: Core Rules
  • Anima:Beyond Fantasy RPG
Evil Hat Productions
Steve Jackson Games: GURPS 4e
  • Thaumatology
  • High-tech
  • Martial Arts
  • Supers
  • Powers
  • Mysteries
  • Basic Set Campaign
Green Ronin
  • Wild Cards (Mutants & Masterminds)
  • A Song of Fire and Ice RPG
Hero System
  • Book of the Destroyer
  • Monsters, Minions and Marauders
  • Hard Time
Catalyst Game Labs
  • Cthulhu Tech
  • Shadowrun: Runner's Companion
  • Shadowrun: Arsenal
  • Shadowrun: Corporate Enclaves
  • Secrets of Morocco
  • Pulp Cthulhu
Kenzer & Co.
  • Kingdom of Kalamar 4e (ok this one is technically a D&D product, but still worth mentioning)
  • Aces & Eights: Showdown
Mongoose Publishing
  • Traveller Main Rulebook
  • Traveller Mercenary
  • Traveller High Guard
  • Chimaera Universe RPG
White Wolf
  • Books of Sorcery, Vol. V - The Roll of Glorious Divinity II
  • Savage and Macabre: Gangrel
  • Night Horrors: Grim Fears


Ken Newquist said...

Don't forget Paizo's Pathfinder open beta! (now with a handy soft-cover print edition). I expect that will be my gaming group's next big playtest, now that our 4E one is winding down.

Also lost in the shuffle is Wizard's own Star Wars: Saga Edition, which is seeing a bunch of excellent source books released including the newly-printed Knights of the Old Republic setting book.

Geek Gazette said...

I was trying to stay away from WotC and D&D products. Thus the list sans SW and Pathfinder. Though I did let Kalamar slip in there.

Thanks for posting. Good to to have you here.