About Us

The RPG Review Cooperative, Inc., is an incorporated association with the following purposes:

  • To promote and advocate the use simulation and roleplaying games.
  • To design, develop, and distribute simulation and roleplaying games by members.
  • To publish periodicals, manuals, books, websites etc related to simulation and roleplaying games.
  • To engage in activities, including generating income and expenditure, to further these aims.

Community Announcement Regarding MyHealthRecord

"Congratulations Australian resident! You have tickets to the latest Fiasco LARP: 'Government IT Project!'

If you don't know already My Health Record is a national initiative to centralise your medical records onto one easily accessible database - unless you opt out. If you want more information about this please go to:

https://www.myhealthrecord.gov.au/

Far be it for us to tell you what to do with your data but if you wish to opt out of this you may do so by going to the same site. You have until 15th October 2018.

Thirty Eighth Issue: The Great Space Operas March 2018

The thirty eighth issue of RPG Review has been released. Either download the PDF or read online.

Thirty Seventh Issue: Gods, Religion, World Design December 2017

The thirty seventh issue of RPG Review has been released. Either download the PDF or read online.

Thirty Fifth and Thirty Sixth Issue: Antipodes June and September 2017

The thirty fifth and thirty sixth issue of RPG Review has been released. Either download the PDF or read online.

Thirty Fourth Issue: Design March 2017

The thirty fourth issue of RPG Review has been released. Either download the PDF or read online.

Thirty Third Issue: Transhumanism December 2016

The thirty third of RPG Review has been released. Either download the PDF or read online.

Letter of Support to Games Workshop RE: PETA

Kevin Rountree, CEO Games Workshop

Dear Mr. Rountree,

The RPG Review Cooperative, Inc., is a non-profit association based in Melbourne, Australia. Part of our objectives is the advocacy of RPG games. As a result we must comment on a recent 'blog post on the PETA UK website (http://www.peta.org.uk/blog/peta-warhammer-fur-free/) which described their correspondence to you.

Annual General Meeting 2017

The Annual General Meeting of the RPG Review Cooperative was held at the Doug Hull Adventure Park, Coburg North. With an agenda provided by the Secretary, Andrew Daborn, and a committee report provided by the President, Lev Lafayette.

Thirtieth Second Issue: The Founding Company, TSR, September 2016

The thirtieth second of RPG Review has been released. Either download the PDF or read online.

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