I don't know much about this company and its game system. Perhaps overall the game is very good, but if it is - it certainly doesn't show here.
Productions values are awful and look like they got vectored out of someone's basic graphic designer from 20 years ago. But that's okay, maybe these guys are a new company that's scraping by. There's a lot of bafflegab, but hey
this is hard SF and that comes with the territory, though it would be nice if the book took to sitting down and better fleshing out their future tech world. Who knows, maybe they already did that in their main book. I'll give them the benefit of the doubt.
But seriously, was it necessary to have so much copy and paste work here. Entire tables and paragraphs are reprinted over and over again. This seems like a deceitful way of trying to provide filler without bothering to
make the material details for it. Worse yet, this constant recycling and cross-referencing, makes this a confused
and leaden slog to read through. This book felt to me like an attempt to dump out as much hardware and ordnance
names that could be brainstormed in 15 minutes, and just thrown down in order to have a book done before a
deadline is reached