Gun Metal Games starts Interface Zero 2.0 Kickstarter

By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Jan 18th, 2013
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Gun Metal Games started up (or should we say booted up?) a Kickstarter for Interface Zero 2.0, a cyberpunk RPG game based on the Savage Worlds system. They’ve made their base goal, so it’s stretches from here on out for the next 41 days.

From the campaign:

Some of you might be new to this part of the sprawl, and you’re probably wondering, “What is Interface Zero anyhow?”

Good question my friend.

Like it says in the short description at the top, IZ (that’s short for Interface Zero) is a sci-fi/cyberpunk game set on Earth in the year 2090. Interface Zero is powered by Pinnacle Entertainment’s Savage Worlds Deluxe System.

In this dark and grimy world of corrupt, power-mad government, greedy megacorporations and fringe science-gone-wild, you play ronin: rogue street operatives who make their living doing the things nobody else can, or will, do. You have no master, no loyalties beyond your bank balance, tomo. Your only friends are those of convenience. Your tools of the trade are computer code, high-powered weapons, combat drones, cybernetic augmentations, mental powers and maybe even a little bit of luck.

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  • Vycem

    I loved this game! Back when it was called Shadowrun.

    • mechaace

      Ah yeah cause Shadowrun is clearly the only cyberpunk game…

      Actually really enjoy this setting book for SW, and must admit while I also enjoy Shadowrun, at times I don’t want cyberpunk with trolls and dragons and magic, sometimes want it to just be about meat and metal, and that’s when IZ 2.0 comes through for me.

      • Soulfinger

        For meat and metal, there’s Cyberpunk, but that’s also about glamor and glitter, fashion and fame. The newest edition is also a bit out there setting-wise compared to the old one.

        • mechaace

          Yeah, I’ve got some of the Cyberpunk 2020 books. At the same time, more due to the time when they were published I believe, the technology in them is probably a bit dated now, it’s basically what we thought the future would be like when it was published, and now it’s probably not so much like that.

          The newer edition I stayed away from, due to some of the ideas, and the action man figures used for the photography work just looked odd. Looking forward to the Cyberpunk 2077 RPG though.