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There's a trio of new sourcebooks for North America's Rifts books set in the Savage Worlds system up on Kickstarter. The first looks at Arcana and Mysticism. The other is a look at dark heroes facing against the Xiticix Hivelands. Then there's one looking at the various Empires of Humanity. You can check out the campaign now.

If there's a game that lets you go just about anywhere and do just about anything, it's Rifts from Palladium. It's well-known that players can dimension-hop all over everywhere. With such an open ability to travel, there's countless potential destinations. One such is the Mythical Lost City of Atlanta.... err, I mean, Atlantis. (That just raises further questions!)
Palladium has a new sourcebook talking all about this race of sub-mariners.
One of the most popular RPG series which has been adapted to several different systems as well as numerous versions, Rifts is a game that many of us have played at some point. But for the first time, it is coming to the tabletop as a board game. Rogue Heroes Publishing has launched a Kickstarter for the game.
Aw, Hell.
Two demonic factions are looking to overthrow America (please, no political jokes :P ). It's up to the Men-at-Arms to turn the tide and keep the Earth from being annexed into Hell, itself. Because if America falls, the rest of the world is likely to follow. Thankfully, there's all sorts of new gear for them to use in the fight. And it's just that sort of thing that's covered in Heroes of Humanity, a new sourcebook for Rifts from Palladium Books.
Pinnacle Entertainment Group has announced that they're bringing the world of Rifts to their Savage Worlds RPG system. Rifts, the post-apocalyptic setting, combines elements from just about everything, from fantasy and sci-fi to mythology and horror. Now players of the Savage World systems can have their characters take part in the epic adventures. The core rulebook is scheduled for release around Christmas.

From the announcement: