The Price of Freedom is a modern military system in which characters are part of an American resistance battling Soviet invaders. The Price of Freedom was deed by Greg Costikyanand was published by West End Games in as a boxed set including a book, a book, four 4- pamphlets, two color maps, counters, a counter tray, and dice.
Ashley Shepherd reviewed The Price of Freedom for White Dwarf 86, and stated that "I have the feeling that Price is intended to be taken as a tongue-in-cheek game.
At least, I hope it is Two French articles   criticized the way the Soviets are depicted, and especially the fact that only American resistants have Hero Points, and only Soviets and collaborationists endure panic. We had quite a lot of interest from the distributors pre-publication, but in the event, it did not sell particularly well.
Price for freedom: avarice 
Keep in mind that this was the Gorbachev era, US-Soviet relations were improving, and the scenario was viewed as pretty implausible. According to Petterson, "[ The Price of Freedom is] a conservative game deed by a non-conservative deer wishing to sell games to conservatives.
Tabletop role-playing game. Prometheus Books.
ISBN White Dwarf. Games Workshop 86 : 2.
Casus Belli in French. Chroniques d'outre-monde in French 7. May ISSN Namespaces Article Talk.
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