Shadowrun Returns

    • Harebrained Schemes On The Future Of Shadowrun

      By Alec Meer on January 29th, 2015 at 1:00 pm. Last week I ran the first half of an interview with three-time Kickstarter winners Harebrained schemes, in which they fielded my own questions about their upcoming cyberpunk-with-magic RPG sequel Shadowrun: Hong Kong. This time, they’re fielding your questions – including what they’ve got planned for the future of the series, c ...

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    • Shadowrun Returns Heads To Hong Kong, Via Kickstarter

      By Adam Smith on January 6th, 2015 at 2:00 pm. Shadowrun Returns is returning to Kickstarter. Later this month, developers Hare-Brained Schemes will launch a crowdfunding campaign to raise dosh for their proposed Hong Kong setting. The artwork above is the only detail released so far. but the inclusion of neon lighting, streetfood, rain and a brolly is enough to convince me ...

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  • Shadowrun Devs On Hong Kong, Kickstarter, Fans & Story

    … By Alec Meer on January 23rd, 2015 at 3:00 pm. Shadowrun just keeps on returning. The cyberpunk RPG has has various game adaptations over the last few decades, but it was the Kickstarted Shadowrun Returns which most nailed the concept. Narrative and choice expanded in excellent follow-up campaign Dragonfall, which then saw a further improved…

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  • Reprise Of The Triads: Shadowrun – Hong Kong

    … By Adam Smith on January 13th, 2015 at 6:05 pm. Shadowrun is returning. Again! I’ve already covered the basics of Shadowrun: Hong Kong, Harebrained Schemes’ next step into the world of fantastical cyberpunk, but the Kickstarter has just gone live so there are plenty of details to wrap that bundle of wires you call a brain around. The video…

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  • Shadowrun Return Devs Return With Necropolis

    …, that being a “brutal” dungeoneering game from the makers of Shadowrun Returns. Shadowrun Returns expansion pack, later rejiggered as a standalone director’s cut, Dragonfall, was great, so I’m dead interested in what dev Harebrained Schemes get up to next. That said, apparently Necropolis is “set in a magical deathtrap that shifts and reconstructs…

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  • Shadowrun: Dragonfall Director’s Cut Now Available

    … One of the coolest Kickstarter games to land on digital e-tailer shelves is a little something-something from Harebrained Schemes called Shadowrun Returns. The original Kickstarter game was okay as far as content goes, but it had a lot of breadth for what it could potentially achieve. Things drastically opened up when Harebrained released…

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  • Shadowrun: Dragonfall Now Has Standalone Director’s Cut

    … By Graham Smith on August 27th, 2014 at 4:00 pm. Shadowrun Returns returns! Or rather, its expansion Shadowrun: Dragonfall is returning, this time as a standalone release called Shadowrun: Dragonfall Director’s Cut. To justify the title, the cyberpunk RPG expandalone is being expanded further with five new missions, a re-designed interface…

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  • Guard Your e-Wallets, The Steam Summer Sale 2014 Is Not Taking Prisoners

    … So what damageth hath the Steam Summer Sale 2014 brought upon yer house? In my case, I’ve gotten Shadowrun Returns, Papers Please and The Bureau: XCOM Declassified for really cheap. With the excetiOther than that, I’ve got an eye out for The Stanley Parable, Scribblenauts Unmasked and Age of Mythology: EE. But like any crazy Steam sale, I’ll…

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  • Genre/Divergence – Turn-based tactics

    … be synonymous with designer Yasumi Matsuno, who developed two of the most influential entries: Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together in 1995 and Final Fantasy Tactics released in 1997 on PSX. Tactics Ogre uses a fixed rotatable isometric presentation, that has aged better than the now garish 3D of games like Shining Force 3 and Vandal Hearts, and Matsuno…

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