Has third-party publishing done RPGs any good?
Since the OGL came into place a lot of years ago, third-party publishing has provided with a totally unprecedented amount of work published for a lot of role playing games. Mind you, that doesn’t take much because RPGs are pretty young, so anything can be “unprecedented”.
But the point is that it was. It still is.
But is it a good thing that there are so many products? Is it good that we can have access to all of them?
Jim Pinto, Liz Mackie and I discuss.
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