In the Summer 2005 issue of Games Quarterly, Hasbro’s former CEO and still Chairman of the Board, Alan Hassenfeld, namechecked
I’m a little late in posting about the latest free game of the month from Invisible City, but it’s just
Yup. 45 minutes of action. We put plenty of links in the show summary this time, and you can have
Back on the stick! Back in the seat! Back on maybe some metaphor that doesn’t sound as dirty! Here’s 28
Witness the all-out free RPG onslaught that is Metal Öpera!!!
I didn’t find many little tiny small-press surprises at Gen Con… not the kind that I always find at Origins,
According to Variety, Microsoft’s hit X-box game Halo will see a movie adaptation in 2007. The rights to the film
By request, Steve has uploaded video of the missing press announcements foreshadowed by Peter Adkison in his “State of GenCon”
All the roleplaying cognoscenti at the show were talking about this: Otherworld Excursions is an “adventure tour agency,” only instead
Steve and I did finally get to play Clout Fantasy. It’s good. I would even venture to say that it
We stopped by the Turbine booth to check out their upcoming massively multiplayer online roleplaying game: Dungeons and Dragons Online.
Amidst all the excitement of GenCon Indy, the 2005 Gen Con EN World RPG Award winners were announced. The winners
Steve’s prepping more video footage, so he asked me to point out Mike’s interview with Jason Mical, WizKids Marketing Director.
According to numerous websites, there’s a fair amount of D&D Miniatures information coming out of GenCon. Here’s what I’ve been
Troll Lord claims to be doing really well with their OGL-adaptation Castles and Crusades. They mentioned how they let online