Ever since our technical glitch, we’ve been working on streamlining OgreCave’s reviews section. So far, its not quite cooperating, but in the meantime, reviews shall proceed! To that end, I’ve put up my review of the Critical Hit Deck by
Recruiting a new generation of young roleplayers is a high priority for many RPG publishers. The new Wicked Fantasy Factory line from Goodman Games plans exactly that, with hip lingo and anime-style artwork. As Joseph Goodman mentioned our our podcast
OgreCave lackey Steve Kani got himself out to GTS ’07… for one day. What jumped out at him while doing his rounds as a retailer? Listen to our GTS post-show show and find out. Also, a question for roleplayers: how
Though underannounced and hard to find (as usual), the 2007 Origins Awards top nominees are decided. ‘Tis an interesting batch this year, with many expected titles (Ptolus was a no-brainer), and some surprises as well (Shear Panic? Really? Huh). The
Rumored at GTS yesterday, this post by Margaret Weis at Dragonlance.com (copied below) confirms that Wizards of the Coast has not renewed the Dragonlance RPG license that was with Margaret Weis Productions. As Weis mentions in her statement, her company
Rumored for a while now, today it was officially announced that Paizo Publishing will no longer be publishing Dragon Magazine or its sister magazine, Dungeon. This doesn’t seem to be by Paizo’s choice, as Wizards of the Coast jointly announced
Allan’s interview with two D20 survivors – Goodman Games and Troll Lord games, respectively – is the meat of this show. We also report on DDC more generally, and threaten to talk about lots of other stuff. Get with it.
So we’ve all heard how Monte Cook is going out on a high note, having unleashed Ptolus on the gaming world, and will just be doing two more projects before “retiring”. A retooled World of Darkness has already been announced
Okay, let’s face it: at this point, the only gift shopping left to provide suggestions for is the last week of panic shopping. Or post-holiday gift certificate spending! Either way, OgreCave’s Christmas Gift Guide 2006 has more great gift ideas
Seems the siren call of the computer game industry has lured another creative spirit toward better funded pastures. In a pair of press releases today, Bastion Press announced that starting now, other companies would be taking up support of its
Turbine, the company behind Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach, has just announced that Eberron creator Keith Baker will write storylines and fiction for the massively multiplayer online RPG. The folks at Turbine continue to put great support behind their game,
For those that missed the catalog mention, impending hugeness was reiterated last week. Wizards made a D&D Miniatures news announcement on its website that mostly repeated known plans for 2006. Perhaps most important, it brought more attention to the War
Having displayed the ability to create high quality metal miniatures in its Gamemastery: Compleat Encounters sets, Paizo Publishing now has an agreement with Monte Cook and Malhavoc Press to publish miniatures for the Ptolus uber-campaign setting. A series of monthly
Amidst all the excitement of GenCon Indy, the 2005 Gen Con EN World RPG Award winners were announced. The winners are copied below, though all of the nominees are worth checking out.
This year’s ENnie Award nominees have been announced for 2005. As always, the winners will be revealed at Gen Con Indy. You can swing by and vote now, if you like. In case traffic gets heavy, nominees are copied below.