The holiday season continues to rage around us all, and you may be caught up in the spirit of giving, or way behind on your shopping. Either way, the crew of OgreCave has more gift giving suggestions for you as our OgreCave Christmas Gift Guide 2010 sorts out the gaming
The holidays are here again, and whether you’ve waded into the Black Friday madness for gifts, or prefer to sit back and contemplate your cheer-giving purchases a bit, you may be in need of suggestions. To that end, the Cave dwellers bring you the OgreCave Christmas Gift Guide 2010, offering
I was lucky enough to make it out to NeonCon 2010 in Las Vegas last weekend, and even though I had to leave the festivities early, I managed to sit down with a few interview victims. The result: three new Gaming News Update episodes are up from the show. In
For those who haven’t heard about it, Apocalypse World is a new game by Vincent Baker, creator of Dogs in the Vineyard. It’s about an unspecified apocalypse, the crazy psychic maelstrom and paranormal smear it left over everything, and PCs that look like a sexified cross between the casts of
Fans of The Office – either the BBC original or the NBC show – are probably already aware of The IT Crowd, thematically similar and more appealing to Big Bang Theory fans and Generation Nerd. Well, we’ve just heard about a bonus feature included with the 4-DVD Series 1-4 Special
Demian couldn’t resist picking up one of the recent LEGO games, and now you can benefit by reading his review of Wild Wool. Aimed toward younger players, this sheep shearing game takes full advantage of the LEGO medium – nothing says “customizable” more than LEGO sets – but is that
Looney Labs has just alerted us that Back to the Future: The Card Game goes on sale today. This could be seen as a time paradox until you realize the 25th Anniversary edition of the Back to the Future trilogy is being released on on Blu-ray & DVD this October
Atlas Games is 20 years old this month, and founder John Nephew has put out the word that they’re celebrating. If you’re lucky, you may still have time to get a free birthday gift box of Atlas Games stuff – the first 250 folks to order it and pay for
As Day 3 of the “Best Four Days in Gaming” winds down, we’ve got your show notes for the Saturday 5 pm TJI show. Guests Adam Jury and E Foley (aka @geeksdreamgirl) join hosts Ryan and Kevin for the Saturday evening show. @geeksdreamgirl ran multiple dating events at the show,
The annual Gen Con EN World RPG Awards (otherwise known as the “ENnie” awards) took place earlier this evening at Gen Con, and the internet is buzzing with celebratory blog posts and tweets. Paizo Publishing dominated this year, with Pathfinder taking home gold for Best Game, Product of the Year,
Catching up after the one-two punch of delayed-then-released shows – here’s show notes for the Friday 5 pm show. Guests Steve Kenson and Ken Hite sit in on the Friday evening show. Dresden Files is on demand, but the show is short on magic savvy GMs. Massage kiosks are praised.
It seems the technical difficulties have been resolved, and shows are flowing again, so now we have show notes for the Friday 11 am show. Guests Darren Watts and Jennifer Brozek lend a hand for the Friday morning show. Ryan swears! Crap! Fat Patrol and Felicia Day. No relation whatsoever.
Sorry, I was in the bathroom. Here we go! Again, the Adventure Burner and the Parsely Pack. gameplaywright.net Things We Think About Games, The Bones, and Robin Laws’ Hamlet’s Hit Points. Happy Birthday, Robot! (Note to others who want to see what games will come out of Kickstarter: remember Perfect?
I love contexts where you can just say “It’s Thursday, 11AM, 2010,” and everyone knows when you mean. So yeah, it’s on once again: This Just In From Gen Con is in live-from-the-show mode, and we’re doing notes. If you’re new here, shame on you! welcome! Here goes: Dresden Files
Though the news trickled out in other ways, the 2010 Origins Award winners have finally been announced. Among the highlights: the rerelease of Space Hulk beat out Small World for Best Board Game; Looney Labs continues its streak with a Best Party Game win for Are You the Traitor?; the