From publisher blurb:
In this issue:
Many things happened this month and I won’t be able to talk about all of it, but we will have many future
Previously on The Analog XP we talked about how RPG only started being published in Brazil in the 90s because of
Tagmar is not only the first Brasilian published RPG but also the first RPG game
to be published at all, other
If we’re talking about mainstream it doesn’t get more than this in Brazil. During the ‘90s three
During the ‘2000s the RPG hype started to decline.
At 2010 some players were playing foreign indie games downloaded from the web.
Then the last to get on the ride. Kobold started an online store to sell old RPG books, mostly to
Brazil is a really large country and we got creativity flowing everywhere.
After these talkings we could see how the Brazilian RPG fans changed during these years.
This is a violent and visceral game, and mostly quite oppressive. After living their entire life in a militarized