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G*M*S Magazine turns three!

Yes friends, three years ago G*M*S Magazine started as a means to write my own reviews and stir up some interest in games, as well as get new games to write the reviews of.

As it turned out, I didn’t get anywhere as many games as I thought I would, I got more reviews than I thought I could and the website became bigger than I ever thought possible.

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The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 104–The Nazi Occult and Star Wars RPG reviews

This episode brings two reviews. One about a game I have been looking forward for a long, long time, and another about a book I wasn’t expecting to enjoy!

And also some announcement about our 3rd anniversary. On the 21st of July G*M*S Magazine will turn 3 years old. It’s been a long time now and the site has now more than 1500 news, reviews and articles and things keep coming and changing. And some changes to come. But first a pretty huge giveaway with quite a few role playing games and boardgames.

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The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 89–La Puerta de Ishtar, how much is too much detail and Gygax Magazine

The joy of being able to speak more than language (two in my case) is that you can read books in all those languages, which is what I’ve done this time.

I realise that the attractive might be less for you if you can’t speak Spanish, but I have recently been very gladly surprised by La Puerta de Ishtar, as you might know if you’ve read my review here. Taking advantage that Jenn and Vickey were going to be around for a chat, I thought I’d talk with them about it.

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Children of Orion: The Venu Sourcebook

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