This is a dystopic superhero setting (think a more cynical version of Age of Ultron or Civil War) that I recall as being pretty good - I have a couple of the books in dead tree format, it'll be nice to get the rest.
"This is a comprehensive collection featuring Brave New World, Matt Forbeck's 1999 tabletop roleplaying game from Alderac Entertainment. After the American dream died in 1963 when terrorists assassinated Jacqueline Kennedy, and the Bicentennial Battle destroyed Chicago in 1976, the USA of Brave New World is a battleground where superheroes, or "deltas," fight a fascist government.
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This is a fun game, especially if you like deconstructing superheroes, and I think it's pretty good value. But as usual I have to point out that I'm going to be getting the stuff I want free, which must skew my opinions; if you have to buy it your mileage may vary.
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