Audio Report – Back in the saddle again

The OgreCave Audio Report is getting back up to speed with this, the first of two shows being fired off today. We’ve been talking, you just haven’t been able to hear it. Here’s the proof: our first Audio Report of the new year, recorded back when OGLs and inroads to Starbucks were all the rage. Thanks to everyone who emailed their concern over the extended, unintentional hiatus – my dead paperweight of an old machine caused considerable delays, but we’ll be all caught up fairly soon. Meanwhile, have a listen, tell us what’s on your mind, and welcome back.

3 comments

  1. So Nicole and I have been pretty careful about what we say in public about 4E. We have not said that it’s a bad deal or that we won’t be supporting the new edition. What we have said is that we need to see the new Game System License first. We need to know the terms under which we’d be publishing and what the new restrictions are before we can make any kind of decision. It has now been more than 10 weeks since WotC made its initial announcement and publishers have yet to see the GSL. With Paizo’s announcement today, we can see that some have decided they can’t wait any longer and will be going their own way. For us, with M&M, True20, and A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying, the decision is not as important. We can wait to see the new deal and that’s been our position since WotC first made its plans known.

    Chris Pramas
    Green Ronin

  2. Thanks for clarifying Green Ronin’s position, Chris. I agree, we’re not learning enough about the terms 4E publishers will have to follow. Indeed, Paizo’s decision certainly was more crucial for their future (the story’s up here now).

  3. Wow… TOTALLY different experience with the Starcraft board game here. We’ve played full six-player games now five times and there has been absolutely no clear-cut overpowering faction.

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