Is that like jumbo shrimp? Nevermind. The Mage Knight miniatures game will bring dragons into play this coming June. The Great Fire Dragon will be 6″ tall, have a 9″ wingspan, and four combat dials built into its 6″ base.
After Wizards of the Coast announced their , it should come as no surprise that Decipher is now buying the company that runs the Star Trek Fan Club, FANtastic Media. Founders of both the Star Wars and Star Trek fan
In an agressive move, Games Unplugged is going monthly starting this month. Here’s a look ahead at what this year’s issues will contain. My previous place of employment, Gamers.com, was supposed to be part of this month’s Best gaming sites
Chaosium announced plans for the first supporting product for Dragon Lords of Melnibone, their D20 setting. Slaves of Fate places the adventurers on a Vilmirian slave ship as captives. After that, things get difficult. Slaves of Fate is scheduled for
I’m thinking “Action Man: The Collectible Dice Game.” Yeah, it’s an old joke, but more “synergy” products are definitely in WotC’s future at this point… I’d say discuss amongst yourselves, but we have no message board. (And I must scream.)
Your favorite toy giant and mine, Hasbro, has announced additional layoffs of 100 more employees. This is in addition to the 750 employees they already laid off in December of last year. According to CEO Alan G. Hassenfeld, “We don’t
The official announcement of Decipher’s plans for the Lord of the Rings CCG went up on their site today. Decipher has the rights to make a card game for each movie in New Line’s trilogy, and they plan to take
In the mid ’90s, Omni Gaming Products made a valiant effort to purchase the Torg licence from West End Games. Their ideas for Torg would have set the game back on course, repairing the ugliness that had accumulated in the
The Society for Creative Anachronism (sca.org) is a medieval reenactment society that puts on events that range from feasts to giant wars in full armor. Wargy is a one day event on the 10th of February in San Jose, California,
Expanding Atlas’ Penumbra D20 adventure series, The Tide of Years is a new, 48 page quest involving deep sea diving and a crystal that manipulates time itself. Written by Michelle A. Brown Nephew (wife of Atlas President John Nephew), the
Mythrole Games, publishers of digitally-distributed analog card games such as Night of the Ill-Tempered Squirrel, will be publishing a full line of D20 material, according to tragically misinformed sources. Mythrole put out a non-confirmation last week. From the press release:
The latest issue of The Shadowrun Supplemental is available for download here.This issue was delayed slightly by the news that FASA is closing up shop, which prompted a last minute update. Freeport in Focus Again Green Ronin Publishing has posted
Troll Lord Games, a company that’s developing products for the D20 system, will be in full effect at Visioncon. Anyone near Springfield, MO, on Presidents’ Day weekend should be made aware of this. That is all.
Though the CCG has been out for a while now, the Lost Colony RPG is still a no-show. While I was working at Gamers.com, I inquired about setting up a preview feature for the game, and was asked to check
I’m not a big RPG guy, but that news about adding “mystical gateways” to the Forgotten Realms canon is interesting. Yes, it will unbalance campaigns that get crazy with them, but for some campaigns it may be the balance they