It is said that a good tide lifts all boats and thus the immense success of D&D at the moment is helping raise the profile of the industry as a whole, does helping other companies in the process. That is a very good sentiment and one that Shawn and myself wanted to explore … [Read more...] about Does the success of D&D help other games?
You have to know how to manage freelancers when you hire them to create content for your RPG. They are going to be the people you rely on to supply a lot of the material you need to get your book published and making sure they deliver is one hard thing to do. How you manage … [Read more...] about RPG Publishing Ep.20: How to manage freelancers
By Paco Garcia Jaen There is no doubt that Games Workshop is a successful company. They make a lot of money, are very well known worldwide, keep a very healthy number of games shops that video game retailers would like for themselves and the popularity seems to be on the rise, … [Read more...] about Why Games Workshop is not a good business
By Paco Garcia Jaen One of my most admired RPG writers and players of all time is Monte Cook. Monte’s understanding of setting, intrigue, balance and the relationship with the player is pretty amazing. His ability to actually come up with new ideas that can be brought to … [Read more...] about The D&D Business; Or The Impossible Art of Trying to Make Everyone Happy
By Travis Sheehan I will skirt technical details here so that you get a basic, conceptual understanding of the game and perhaps feel the flow as well. Three to Six players compete to be the last gang standing selecting from historic gangs like the Morans (they are only … [Read more...] about Family Business. You should get it!