RPG Review Cooperative is now Incorporated

Application confirmation

Your application to incorporate your association has been approved.

Please find attached your certificate of association.

If you paid by cheque, the tax invoice for the payment is attached for your records. If you paid by credit card, please find attached the receipt of payment for your records.

For further information on your obligations, view our Running an incorporated association page.

Any future notifications and communications from us will be sent to you via this email address.

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Inaugural Meeting of The RPG Review Cooperative

WHAT

This is a meeting to establish an incorporated association, called The RPG Review Cooperative, Inc.

The purposes of the association will be:

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

Twenty Sixth and Twenty Seventh Issue: Pirates and Swashbucklers December 2014 - March 2015

The twenty-sixth and twenty-seventh issue of RPG Review has been released. Either download the PDF or read online.

Twenty Fifth Issue: Dungeons & Dragons September 2014

The twenty-fifth issue of RPG Review has been released. Either download the PDF or read online.

Twenty Third and Twenty Fourth Issue: Different Worlds June 2014

The twenty-third and twenty-fourth double issue of RPG Review has been released. Either download the PDF or read online.

Twenty Second Issue: The Great Survivors December 2013

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

Twenty First Issue: Computers and Roleplaying September 2013

The twenty-first issue of RPG Review has been released. Either download the PDF or read online.

Twentieth Issue: Monsters and Aliens

The twentieth issue of RPG Review has been released with the following content:

Administrivia, Editorial, Letters many contributors p2-4
Hot Gossip: Industry News by Wu Mingshi p5
Bunnies & Burroughs by Lev Lafayette p6-11
Alien and Monster Reviews by Lev Lafayette p12-26
Aliens in Eclipse Phase by Martin Tegelj p27-30

Nineteenth Issue: The Apocalypse

The nineteenth issue of RPG Review has been released with the following content:

Administrivia, Editorial, Letters many contributors p2-3
Hot Gossip: Industry News by Wu Mingshi p4
End of the World (As We Know It) by REM p5
Review of Apocalypse Games by Lev Lafayette p6-23
Twilight 2000 Revisited by Lev Lafayette p24-33

World War III for Twilight 2K: How It Could Have Occurred

The background assumption is that the 1991 coup [1] in the Soviet Union was a lot more aggressive and successful than the historical version (which lasted two days and led to the breakup of the Soviet Union). In this alternate history a much wider section of the KGB and the Soviet Army backed the coup, and the State Committee on the State of Emergency was able to reunite the Soviet Union with force of arms following a demands by Helmet Kohl (and an increasing military presence) to renegotiate the Polish border from the Oder-Neisse line [2]. Moving rapidly, insurrections also occurred among hardline communists in the former Warsaw pact (such as Intermovement [3] in the Baltics), calling for Soviet intervention. Ignoring international protests, in 1992 the Soviets retook their former territories in the Eastern bloc, despite majority civilian opposition.

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