Steve Jackson Games has called a halt to its newest online subscription magazine, d20 Weekly. The man himself, Steve Jackson, made the announcement: The current (May 28, 2003) issue of d20 Weekly will be the last. We’re glad we tried
Continuing our Mongoose Publishing focus this week, Joe brings us a look at Enchantment: Fire in the Mind. Did the Fire burn and send Joe packing, or did it warm his soul as a gamemaster? Read on to find out.
Issaries, Inc. has announced there will be a limited edition hardcover version of HeroQuest, available through Warehouse 23 as part of the Steve Jackson Games’ line of limited edition books. Both the softcover HeroQuest and the limited edition are expected
Mystic Eye Games has grown and grown over the last few years, and now MEG is turning three years old. To celebrate, a number of special deals are being offered through MEG’s online store. If you’ve been falling behind on
Mongoose Publishing has posted a 4 meg PDF preview of the Bayblon 5 RPG. Go get it, and see what the licensed game has in store for us.
In other free download news, Green Ronin has posted a second web enhancement for Denizens of Freeport. The PDF details rug and tapestry merchant Vartan Nazarian, a potentially helpful halfling for adventurers to know. The first web enhancement for Denizens,
Mongoose Week continues with Joe’s review of Slayer’s Guide to Duergar. These dwarves of the deep caves made for an interesting read, and Joe’s got the breakdown of what makes this d20 supplement work so well. We’ll be picking up
Aside from the oft-abused 2nd Edition Gully Dwarf (my favorite class of all time) the Gnome is probably the most abused and ridiculed race in the history of gaming. If you were to make a Gnome Bard I can’t imagine
The Eye of Terror, this summer’s new Warhammer 40K campaign from Games Workshop has a new teaser movie. For the uninformed, the movie will give you just a peek at what is in store this summer. If you haven’t clued
We kick off a week long look at Mongoose Publishing today with a new interview. Find out what the men of Mongoose are up to and what’ll be gracing your shelf in the months ahead. Also, Joe’s provided our first
If you’re accustomed to other WizKids combat-dial games, the CS Air Action rules are going to throw you some curve balls. Sadly, due to vague technical writing, those curve balls may hit you right in the unmentionables the way they
So, which game has the worst art I’ve seen in a while, but gets great laughs and good sales here at KublaCon? Pimps & Hos by Over the Edge Games. Nearly every gamer here has felt compelled to pick up
Okay, first: wristbands suck. If anyone out there is planning a con, maybe you’re thinking about those locking wristband things as a handy, secure way of replacing those nastily tradeable, fakeable badges. Don’t do it. You will drive away any
Cell Entertainment has launched a new website that’s rather slick. Check out the new minis they’ll be releasing soon, order stuff if you like, and find out if Lupucide is even remotely like what I’ve implied. I’m thinking along the
Another pair of reviews has arrived, ready for all to see. Matthew explores the outer reaches of Cheapass Games’ Light Speed, co-designed by James Ernest and Tom Jolly. Meanwhile, Demian kicks at tumbleweeds as he reviews Shady Gulch from Politically