Yes, drooling Cthulhu fanatics, Chaosium has finally answered your fevered prayers by announcing a 15th Anniversary Edition of Arkham Horror.
Not only does today’s Daily Illuminator announce the shipment of Robin’s Laws of Good Gamemastering, a general guide to GMing
Until now, Pinnacle had been sticking to their guns by saying there would be no conversion rules to take original
Joe delves into the fortress and its surroundings in our new review of Castle Dunmere, a d20 adventure from Citizen
The crime-ridden district of Freeport known as Scurveytown is detailed in Green Ronin‘s online preview of Freeport: City of Adventure.
Hot on the heels of the last one, Rio Grande Games has released another newsletter! It elaborates on Dragonland and
Having to glue things together sucks. I mean, sure, I’m spoiled, wargames, uphill in the snow, yada blah foo. Maybe
Once again, Matthew dives into a d20 supplement to give us the skinny. This time, it’s Backdrops from our friends
Invisible City Productions has posted another game of the month. This time it’s Sharon J. Cichelli’s Coral Reef, a two-player
Gamers in Europe will soon sink their teeth into their first taste of the Buffy CCG. According to the official
This seems the be the week of returning web sites; after a long downtime, Mythrole Games‘ site is back up
John Tynes‘ weblog, Dispatches from Revland, is a particularly good thing to read right now. It features copious details about
The book that stood alone stands alone no more! Wizards has just announced (well, they probably announced it before but
Yeah, I guess so. A whole mess – possibly an entire passel – of Hero System fans were hanging around
If you’ve tried to visit AdvancedFightingFantasy.com lately, you’ve probably noticed that it’s not there anymore. This is because it got