Tag: Cubicle

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Doctor Who: Adventures in Time and Space RPG Unboxing

An RPG that takes a well known hero and brings him close to us and enables us to play those heroes take a great risk. The risk of disappointing us.

That is what Cubicle 7 has done with the Doctor Who: Adventure in Time and Space RPG, take a risk. Both because people will have great expectations of the game,and secondly because it is a dear license for the BBC and great care has to be taken to portray the much loved TV series as well as possible.

Unboxing: Dr Who Card Game

When a company does games well, jumping into a parallel side of the business with a different type of game is a risky strategy. Even though a well known license will attract people to the product, the reputation of both the product and the license puts a lot of pressure on the company to come up with a great game.

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 62 – Are RPGs art and Cubicle 7 Interview

You might have seen my video in which I wonder if Role Playing Games are art and give a few examples. Well, Rob and Jenn join me in this podcast to chat about it and discuss whether our hobby can be considered a work of art.

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 56–Shadows Over Scotland with Stuart Boon

Shadows Over Scotland won the Origins Award this year and also the Ennie for the best setting at GenCon. To achieve that is quite incredible and for Stuart Boon this has been quite an incredible year!

Marvels of Science and Steampunk review

Victoriana has become a darling of mine of recent. From believing it was a system that was hard to be taken seriously, I’ve gone to actually love it and regard it as close in richness (if not richer) than Call of Cthulhu. Yep, feel free to disagree. I won’t change my mind. Get over it.