I have two gripes with Bump in the Night. It's incredibly well written, as is everything Eclipse Phase related, but these are just too big to ignore:
A. Not Firewall related, meaning that while it's good to start off, you don't necessarily get a lot of stuff.
B. Price. 11 pages. 5 dollars. I like it and all, and it's got some awesome art, but the problem is that the main reason I'd need an pre-written adventure for Eclipse Phase is not a lack of creativity, but a lack of time to set up the game, and with only 11 pages of content, it'd be hard to run a full-length game, especially given that my group would just gun straight through.
It's well-written, and got great art, but to be honest, Bump in the Night can't get much more than a 3 star rating. It's professional, but it's not so bountiful.
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