More Everyday Heroes news

Back in February, we talked about a press release from Evil Genius Production’s announcement about its first game, Everyday Heroes, a tabletop roleplaying game set in the modern world. Based on the d20 Modern open gaming license, the RPG allows players to play modern day heroes in a campaign that has been refreshed and revitalized for modern audiences.

Dave Scott, the owner of Evil Genius Productions, has some big news out today. Evil Genius Productions has teamed up for some licensing agreements with some of the biggest names in the movie-making industry: Legendary Entertainment, Pressman Film, and STUDIOCANAL.

What does that mean for the Everyday Heroes RPG setting?

Now, players can jump right in with a “variety of different adventures and genres” with “8 Cinematic Adventures” based on popular action films from each of the above studios.

According to the press release, expect adventures in 2023’s Season of Adventure to include titles like:

  • Pacific Rim
  • Kong: Skull Island
  • Highlander
  • Escape from New York
  • The Crow
  • Total Recall
  • Rambo
  • Universal Soldier

Evil Genius Productions has created some great games to take advantage of our rich movie library. It allows fans to revisit why they fell in love with these movies in the first place.

Rand Marlis, President of Creative Licensing who represents the STUDIOCANAL films for these products.

If you are into tabletop RPGs, check out their website for more information at http://www.evilgeniusgames.com. We hope to have more information down the road as we get closer to the launch.

— BJ

All images reproduced courtesy of Evil Genius Productions

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