Merwin was so moved by Eden Studios‘ zombie fiction anthology, The Book of More Flesh, that he composed OgreCave’s first song. Yeah, you heard me. Sing along! Just follow the bouncing corpse. Don’t let it bite you, though.
The folks over at The Game Mechanics have just released a second d20 resource, Staves of Ascendance. Written by Rich Redman (Savage Species, d20 Modern, Monster Manual II), the supplement shows players and GMs how a mystical staff or rod
Joe has needled new d20 company Silverthorne Games with enough questions to form our latest interview. See what the young game company has to say about the industry, PDF publishing, and finding a voice amidst all the other products out
On the other hand, this story serves to remind us that most big-studio options are never produced, and we’ll be seeing a lot of crappy bandwagon-jumping sword-and-sorcery pics soon.
It’s currently the top item, dated 3-27-03 for some reason, on this news page from one of the producers of last year’s deliberately campy CGI-fest Eight Legged Freaks. “I’m crazy about the material and this is a real passion project
Mongoose has decided to further stimulate your salivary glands with a tentative schedule of Babylon 5 RPG releases. At least one release is planned per month, starting the same time as the main rulebook’s release in May. Here’s the quick
Far Future Enterprises has announced that the first volume of their Twilight 2000 reprint series will be shipping to distributors on March 1. It will contain the complete version 1.0 rules, plus four adventures set in Europe: The Free City
Frank brings his first contribution to the Cave’s hoard of reviews, as he takes a look at Construct Mechanus from Philip J. Reed. Will the d20 supplement function as a well-oiled machine in his game sessions, or be left to
Mongoose Publishing‘s Encyclopaedia Arcane: Nymphology has been released on what it seems to be using as the industry’s equivalent to straight-to-video, RPGNow. Written by the author of the Slayer’s Guide to Rules Lawyers and Female Gamers, this eldritch tome promises
True to its promise, Mongoose Publishing has at last revealed the RPG project hinted at last December: a new Babylon 5 RPG. Having received the roleplaying license from Warner Brothers, the d20 game will be available in May. You can
Here are all four products that’ll street in May, and while it is still not technically collectible, it is shaping up to be rather expensive. Four planes for $16, and you will likely need both of those packs for a
The Green Ronin superhero RPG may, or may not, be doing a sourcebook-slash-standalone-game based on the intensely Halloweeny pulp-style comic The Nocturnals. That’s what the news right here says, but the source article to which it points looks to have
Although it’s reported here as a card game, it’s not. If you read the article, you can tell that. Thought I’d save you even that much work… although to see what I’m talking about, you’ll have to read the article.
Less than three months after the release of Fire For Effect will come Death From Above, a MechWarrior: Dark Age expansion featuring, for the first time in MW, helicopters and air combat. All we’ve seen so far is the flyer
Yup, WizKids is doing a Shadowrun game with six-inch figures. Here’s the official release. This doesn’t strike me as a great idea, but it doesn’t strike me as a bomb either. We’ll see. Is it still a miniatures game? Apparently,