Gencon Wrapup

Thanks to everyone who stopped by the booth or sat down for a demo this past weekend.  We all had a blast getting to meet you and talk about the game to new and interested people. 

The response to the game was awesome, it seemed like nearly everyone we talked to about it was excited to have a chance to play it and impressed with what we had on display.

In case you missed it the big news was the announcement that the game itself will be out early 2009 and that the partial reason for the delay is that we're been given the go-ahead to do the core book in full color.  Yes that means you'll have to wait a bit long, but it also means you'll get to see more of the EP universe in vibrant colors. 

So again thanks to everyone who came out, played a game, got a t-shirt or a poster, or who just asked questions.   We hope to see more of you in the future!

chazmao chazmao's picture
Heavily Anticipated

This is a game I cannot wait to see. It seems like it integrates the most interesting and badass elements of all the best science fiction of the last 15 years.

Where can I get a t-shirt?

Datan0de Datan0de's picture


I just found out about EP this morning, and to say that I'm intrigued is an understatement! I'm curious to know if you'll have a presence at Dragon*Con in Atlanta next weekend. It'd be great to have an opportunity to learn more about the game!

fourthson fourthson's picture
gencon wrapup

so this is the new game that was rumored...very good. finally some one has taken
the plunge to step away from heinleinian SF toward New Space Opera in a RPG. Most excellent! I'll be following development very closely.

RobBoyle RobBoyle's picture
Catalyst Game Labs will have

Catalyst Game Labs will have a booth at D*C, and they'll have some promo flyers and posters for EP. Unfortunately, they won't be running any demos, and we ran out of EP shirts at GenCon.

RobBoyle RobBoyle's picture
Unfortunately we ran out of

Unfortunately we ran out of shirts at GenCon -- I'm sure we'll be making more next year though!