Johnn Four brings us an extra long issue of Roleplaying Tips this week to show that terror will not prevail.
Invisible City is at it again with a new free game: Schlock Attack, a two-player checkers variant inspired by the
You know, Vortex, that semi-collectible hex-tile game by the DiskWars guys? The one that we didn’t review but that I
Malhavoc Press has posted a new cover image for The Book of Eldritch Might. Looks pretty nice, too. Meanwhile, company
Deep7 has just announced the release of their second enhanced 1PG, the Star Legion CD-ROM. As with the previous Shriek
Decipher has posted an article on The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game, due to come out in February 2002.
The section of Pagan Publishing’s site devoted to their upcoming WWII superhero RPG, Godlike, has been expanded dramatically. In addition
First, for those of you who never touch the scroll bar, we’ve got a PayPal donation box set up down
In light of the tragic events that took place on the east coast today, I’ll do my best to overcome
Okay, you’ve waited long enough, so we’ve finally compiled the news posts from GenCon into one big review. We’ve also
We only found out about this when we listened to Gaming Report’s audio interview, but apparently Dancey’s company was announced
A press release sent out by Decipher’s Christian Moore sheds some light on the upcoming Lord of the Rings Adventure
Gold Rush Games’ still-pretty-new ninjafication supplement for Sengoku gets the treatment from Darren MacLennan in our new review. (“The treatment”
I’m sorry, but this is excessive. (I’m not saying I don’t like excessive)
Sabertooth Games wants Warhammer 40,000 fans to know the wait is nearly over. “We’ve handed the Warhammer 40,000 CCG off