Go, Joe! Renegade Game Studios announced today they’ve acquired the GI Joe license and intend to use it. First up is the GI Joe Roleplaying Game.
It’s a standard RPG that uses Joe characters. Players create their own Joe by using the included rulebook to select your military training origin, personal traits, and role within the team. Then take off on one of several included adventures, or make up your own. And there’s more: Renegade is also selling custom Joe-themed dice, and a GM screen using the mural pictured above.
Create your own unique G.I. JOE character
Full rulebook for running your own G.I. JOE Roleplaying Game
One Gamemaster leads the story with a group of players
Contains introductory adventure for new team
Full color hardcover book with 304 pages with ribbon bookmark
If you’re more of a card person, there’s also the GI Joe Deckbuilding Game. Each player starts with a small deck that grows in size as they rescue team members and acquire vehicles and gear. You’ll need to keep building your squad because the missions only get tougher! Each preorder comes with the bonus of leader Dawn Moreno, an alternate round-marker, and a buildable punchboard hangar.
Dozens of G.I. Joe heroes and vehicles!
36 unique missions!
Play solo or with friends!
Includes Expert Mode cards for even greater challenges!
Designed for 1-4 players ages 13+
There is no release date set yet for the GI Joe Roleplaying Game, but the Deckbuilding Game was announced earlier and is due out in October.
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