Savage Worlds Deluxe PDF, but I don't think it was this. This isn't the SW EX edition, which is a nice, compact yet fairly plain - no, this edition has all the bells and whistles... I like it.
The presentation of the rules, physically (or is it electro-physically in a PDF) rivals that of Paizo. It might even exceed them, but I'll hold off on declaring that for sure.
Now, maybe it's because I have a bit of a grasp of the rules in action after last weekend's playtest, but the presentation seems well written and understandable. There's even little "notes from the editor" type stuff, to explain why something was added or removed, or why it is done a certain way. It's a nice touch.
The artwork is very evocative without being "preachy". Well, maybe preachy isn't the right term, but it doesn't need to be shocking to be effective. It hits all the main genres and then some.
That being said, I could probably have done without the full page ads / art pieces for some of the genre / plot point adventures they are selling. Right there in the first handful of pages too. Eh, I still liked them. Had no idea Space: 1869 was stepping into the Savage Worlds world.
Did I mention it has some very well done bookmarking? A PDF without bookmarks, especially full length games, are pretty much only half done. When I pay for something, I want it to be the best that it can be. It looks like Pinnacle has done some good work here.
I'll get to the rules in the next part. It's a holiday weekend, so don't hold your breath too much ;)
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