Fandom has left the tabletop roleplaying business before completing the Cortex marketplace; however, the RPG line will continue in part.
Atlas Games are Fandom’s fulfilment partners. This means the Feng Shui publishers are helping put Cortex Prime in friendly local gaming shops.
Legends of Grayskull will be powered by Cortex Prime, the latest version of Cortex from designer Cam Banks.
However, the news wasn’t warmly received by all. The Cortex Prime Kickstarter had an estimated delivery date of April 2018 and it’s still not delivered.
D&D Beyond’s parent company buys the Cortex RPG system, hires its creative director and talks about all the TV and movie possibilities.
The Greater Than Games team have brought in help for this project and for the last few years have been working with Cam Banks, Dave Chalker and Philippe-Antoine Menard from Critical-Hit Studios.
A new edition of the modern occult RPG has been raking in the funds on Kickstarter. Atlas Games asked for $40,000 to fund Unknown Armies 3 and at the time of posting the project has 27 days to go, over 1,300 backers and more than $130,000 in pledges. You can watch the campaign here. [Geek […]
I read the first edition of Feng Shui back in 1999. I was so excited by its presence, and I loved its many innovations…mooks who go down in a single hit? Not caring about ammo? Combat revolving around pulling off crazy stunts and not worrying about realism? This was awesome! I thought. Finally, a role-playing game that catered to the action […]