Carnival Row RPG is out. The series doing its rounds in Amazon video to the delight of a lot of people who have told me it is a truly excellent show albeit a complicated one to watch. But what does this RPG mean for the hobby? The series written by Travis Beacham (Pacific Rim) … [Read more...] about Carnival Row RPG is a good sign!
Kings of War is a game from Red Scar that sets us to play in the world created by Mantic Games. I took a look at the quick start rules. ¿Was it worth it? When I read Kings of War I was very pleasantly surprised by its quality and the system it uses to provide a cinematic and … [Read more...] about Kings of War: RPG Review
It is safe to say the RPG crowd is unlike any other out there. We tend to be more open, more creative and a lot more accepting than many other hobbies or sub-cultures. And we are more accepting of mental health issues. And please that I say mental health issues, not illnesses. … [Read more...] about Podcast Episode – The RPG Room: Do RPGs attract more people with mental health issues?
What RPGs are bad for the industry? Are there any games you wish hadn’t come out? Both in Europe and in the USA, we have had some games that have hurt the industry, and some others that are hurting the industry and the hobby as a whole. Some games have helped contribute to … [Read more...] about Podcast Episode – The RPG Room: Games that are bad for the industry
I have known Louis Porter Jr. for a fair bit now and for that bit and much longer he’s been producing a lot of good products. Crisis of the World Eater looks like it could be his next big thing! Neoexodus has received some very good reviews from Endzeitgeist, probably the most … [Read more...] about Podcast Episode – The RPG Interview Room: Crisis of the World Eater with Louis Porter Jr.