Tagged: Harebrained Schemes

The Lamplighters League Launching in October

Shadowrun Returns and BattleTech developer Harebrained Schemes’s latest project is releasing in October. Pulp adventure RPG The Lamplighters League features real-time infiltration and turn-based combat.

The Lamplighters League Announced

Paradox Interactive and Harebrained Schemes revealed The Lamplighters League. The game is a 1930s pulp adventure with turn-based combat and real-time battlefield infiltration coming later this year.

Shadowrun Trilogy Heading to Switch

Harebrained Schemes’ Shadowrun Trilogy is heading to Nintendo Switch. Paradox Interactive will be releasing the collection on the console next year.

Paradox Interactive Acquires Harebrained Schemes

Paradox Interactive and Harebrained Schemes’ partnership for BattleTech has developed into something more. The two companies are set to be much closer linked, with those backed BattleTech on Kickstarter receiving a bonus as a result.

BattleTech Now Online

All systems are go. Harebrained Schemes’ strategy RPG is ready and waiting for any and all players to engage in mech-related conflict.

Story Trailer Plays Out for BattleTech

Further details about the story of a family feud come to light in a new trailer for BattleTech. It won’t be much longer until RPGamers can become embroiled in a war of walking tanks.

BattleTech Release Date Set

Battletech now has a release date and its just under a month away. The game also has a new trailer that sets up the story, as well as featuring some gameplay.

BattleTech Priming For Launch

BattleTech has its launch month and a new video regarding the game’s combat. This isn’t an April Fool’s Day joke, either.

Shadowrun Returns Retroview

What began as a pen-and-paper tabletop RPG found, with the help of a successful Kickstarter campaign, a new lease on life in 2012. Shadowrun Returns, a turn-based tactical RPG, is a return to form that put the franchise back on the current RPG map.

Shadowrun: Hong Kong Review

Shadowrun: Hong Kong offers a steady evolution of Harebrained Schemes’ Shadowrun experience. It’s such an enjoyable game that a director’s cut wouldn’t need to do much to boost it from an excellent, tactically engaging family conspiracy to a must-have.