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  • Blog Post: Harebrained Schemes Hints At Another Classic IP Reboot, Could Be BattleTech Or Crimson Skies

    Earlier today, we posted an interview with Harebrained Schemes as it looks back on Kickstarter success three years later. During that conversation, studio co-founders Jordan Weisman and Mitch Gitelman teased some big news for the developer. Harebrained Schemes is growing. In just three years, the studio... More
  • Blog Post: Shadowrun: Hong Kong Kickstarter Crosses $1 Million Mark In Final Hours

    Harebrained Schemes has cleared the $1 million mark as its third Kickstarter effort, Shadowrun: Hong Kong enters its final 48 hours. The company successfully rebooted the Shadowrun franchise with two games (plus a director’s cut of the second) and brought a hybrid tabletop/digital game to market... More
  • Blog Post: Jordan Weisman Sees Harebrained Schemes' Golem Arcana As A Tabletop MMO

    On the surface, PAX might seem like a celebration of video games. In reality, it's a gathering that embraces multiple disciplines of game entertainment, including the diverse world of tabletop titles. I had a chance to catch up with Shadowrun creator Jordan Weisman, CEO of Harebrained Schemes, to... More
  • Blog Post: Ed Fries And Jordan Weisman To Speak At MomoCon

    MomoCon might be a lesser known gaming convention, but it’s attracting some interesting speakers this year. Xbox co-founder Ed Fries, Shadowrun and MechWarrior creator Jordan Weisman, and thatgamecompany art director Ke “Jacky” Jiang will all be in attendance. MomoCon will take place... More
  • Blog Post: Shadowrun Returns In Kickstarter Campaign

    Update 2 : The Shadowrun Returns Kickstarter raised a total of $1.8 million. Developer Harebrained Schemes posted a video thanking its backers for supporting the project. ------------------------------------ Update : In less than a day, the project has already reached its goal of $400,000. ---------... More
  • Blog Post: Shadowrun Creator Also Wants To Resurrect Crimson Skies

    Jordan Weisman, the creator of Shadowrun, was so impressed at the result of his Kickstarter campaign to fund a new entry in the cyberpunk RPG series that he's considering bringing back the Crimson Skies franchise. Shadowrun's Kickstarter was a massive success , reaching its $400,000 goal in 24... More
  • Blog Post: MechWarrior Developer's New Company Cuts 30% Of Staff

    Ever heard of Nanovor? Well, you'll be hearing plenty about it soon if Jordan Weisman has his way. One of the main brains behind such beloved video games as MechWarrior, Shadowrun, and Crimson Skies, in 2007 Weisman founded a new company named Smith & Tinker. Despite raising $29 million in venture... More
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