It’s official – Wizards has figured out that every other CCG in the damned world, including several of its own, sells at the $3.29 price point for just 10 or 11 cards. As the article points out, Yu-Gi-Oh is committing
All 64 remaining retail stores will close in 60 days, quoth the press release. That’s all; I just wanted to say “bupkis” in a headline. Did I spell it right?
I’m pretty sure this product is newish. The manager of the store where I saw it on the shelf said that FanPro has only barely been promoting it, but it’s hard to know if I was unaware of it for
Ever felt the need to combine Strange Adventures in Infinite Space with Magic: the Gathering? If you have, you should probably hold back, because it turns out someone already has. This is the nicest original-to-computers online CCG I’ve seen yet.
As promised, our fourth and final 2003 Gift Guide list is up, and it takes into account the fact that precious little time remains for gift shopping. Last but not least, it’s our Electronic Christmas Nonet, brimming over with downloadable
Deep7 is once again expanding their grip on the realm of cheap, fast, one-off role-playing. They’ve just added a new title to their 1PG line: Hero Force, a quick and easy game of classic superhero action with an emphasis on
About a week or so before the convention, it was announced that actor Val Kilmer would be appearing at Gen Con SoCal. On the industry mailing lists, talk suddenly shifted to a flurry of excited emails about The Saint, The
I’m not sure who gave me this wicked cold, Shatner or Mickey, but I’d like to get a look back at last weekend’s Gen Con SoCal started, fever or no. We’ll get into more details about union woes, how my
Allan and I have never been RPGA types, and organized D&D play has never really made sense to me. If this page at GR is any indication, it’s making less sense to other folks as well. But wasn’t this the
Right, so, Allan’s been at the other Gen Con and now he’s at the other thing in Anaheim and we haven’t been posting really. Apparently the only news from the show is that a bunch of retailers and publishers are
Mike Selinker dropped us a note about Axis & Allies D-Day, a new “standalone expansion” for Axis & Allies set to hit next May, to coincide with D-Day’s 60th anniversary. “Standalone expansion” is apparently what A&A Europe and A&A Pacific
The folks at Pinnacle have just posted a first look at Deadlands Reloaded. Rumored to be coming out next summer, Deadlands Reloaded will be a full-color, hardcover retrospective, telling the entire story of the Weird West in one volume. According
As you’ve seen in the earlier installments of OgreCave’s annual feature, the holiday gift picks are flying fast and furious. With our third list of gift suggestions, we go exclusively d20, with A Dozen Christmas d20s. Come have a look
Yohoho! Puzzle Pirates is formally out of beta today, so if you’re curious to check out the first major, professional massively multiplayer online RPG that doesn’t hew so close to the traditions thereof, check it out. No Tolkien anywhere to
Atlas Games has announced the impending arrival of more schoolyard ass-kickings. Specifically, Atlas plans to release both an expansion deck and a sequel to the classic-yet-twisted card game, Lunch Money. Details aren’t available yet for the sequel, but the expansion,