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Pen&paper RPG: Italian Market – Publishers and distribution (Part 6/6)

Italian publishers and distributors don’t like taking risks. Usually they play it safe by waiting for a foreign success story and then cautiously try to translate and distribute the game … Continua a leggere

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Pen&paper RPG: Italian Market – RPG sales and shares (Part 5/6)

Sales landscape changed a lot over the years. During the golden age, an Italian RPG, distributed by a minor book publisher, could sell more than 5000 copies in a year. … Continua a leggere

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Pen&paper RPG: Italian Market – Main Events and Fairs (Part 4/6)

Events play an important role in the RPG market. Almost every new RPG item is officially presented during a fair/event and events are also one of the best selling moment … Continua a leggere

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Pen&paper RPG: Italian Market – Italian Role Gamers (Part 3/6)

Traditionally, Italians are not the best target for tabletop role games. There are three reasons for this: – They prefer outdoor activities; – Italians are not strong readers (only 45,3% … Continua a leggere

28 giugno 2013 · 2 commenti

Pen&paper RPG: Italian Market – Short history of RPGs in Italy (Part 2/6)

The RPG phenomenon started in Italy during the middle eighties. In 1985 Dungeon & Dragons was the first RPG translated and distributed by a big publisher, although some semi-professional products … Continua a leggere

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Pen&paper RPG: Italian Market – Foreword (Part 1/6)

Effectively describing the tabletop RPG market in Italy is a task beyond anyone’s grasp. It has never reached its affirmation as mass entertaining tool so there are no official data … Continua a leggere

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Pen&paper RPG: Italian Market – Table of Contents

Pen&paper RPG: Italian Market – Foreword Pen&paper RPG: Italian Market – Short history of RPGs in Italy Pen&paper RPG: Italian Market – Italian Role Gamers Pen&paper RPG: Italian Market – … Continua a leggere

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