Misguided Games, still hard at work on the dieselpunk fantasy RPG Children of the Sun, has a new gallery featuring one of the game’s artists, John Shannon. Web Enhancement For Wheel Of Time Wizards of the Coast has posted a
The other site I work at, RPGnet, has announced the winners of the 2001 RPGnet Awards, also known as the Buzzies. These awards give recognition to the image, promotion and creation of products in the RPG industry. And the winners
At long last, I’ve completed my review of Z-G, the CCG/action figure combat game from Mark Rein*Hagen and his new friends at Atomoton. This game hasn’t gotten the kind of press it merits, and I suspect it’s the fact of
Hogshead Publishing has let the world know that the release of Nobilis will be delayed slightly to January. In the meantime, we can all grab our copies of DeProfundis to ravenously read through and fondle, as it is now available.
Matthew brings us two new reviews today, both of GURPS Traveller products (from the Planetary Survey series, to be precise). First is Tobibak: The Savage Sea, followed by a chaser of Darkmoon: The Prison Planet. Sounds cheerful, eh?
See, ’cause the last headline said Delta, and one of these games has… Delta in the… right. FFG has posted details about two new board games, Delta V and Maginor. The former, designed in house, appears to build an interesting
John Tynes, Pagan Publishing principal and co-creator of the justly praised Delta Green series of Call of Cthulhu supplements, recently announced on his weblog that the Pagans have signed a deal with an unspecified game developer to put DG on
Green Ronin Publishing has announced their plans for a Master Class line in 2002. The series will introduce a new core class to the d20 System in each volume, providing new skills, feats, equipment, spells, organizations, and the ever-popular prestige
Rio Grande Games has just posted a new newsletter. Though it doesn’t contain any particularly ground-breaking announcements, there is some information on a new limited-edition Gipf kit which should be of interest to fans of the series of interlocking abstract
Roleplaying Tips Weekly has begun work on their next 100 issues. This week’s issue deals with potty training… no, wait, that’s my daughter. Roleplaying and GMing Servant NPCs is RTW’s theme this time around, followed by a few random tips
Mongoose Publishing just let us know about their acquisition of the exclusive licence to produce RPG products based on the 2000 AD Comics. What this means to you is ’round GenCon next year (August), you should watch for the Judge