Graeme talks, in depth, about his passion for Colonial Gothic and the reasons that brought him into it. His cooperation with Richard Iorio has been pivotal in developing a setting and world that is seriously stunning. If you’re looking for a historical based alternative to Call of Cthulhu, this is exactly what you’re looking for.
Welcome back to the G*M*S Magazine Podcast, the RPG Edition. Ever wondered what moves a villain? What makes a necromancer want to turn anyone and everyone into undead? Why the lust for power some villains and archvillains seem to have? Well, Thilo poised that question to us and Dale and I have a bit of… Read more
We sometimes forget there are other awards in the industry going on than the Ennies and we could have missed the chance of finding out about this stunning achievement. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Rogue Games is delighted to announce our products have received an unprecedented 25 nominations for the International Gamers Guild Gaming Genius Pro Awards, otherwise… Read more
I was recently at Dragonmeet and by accident got my hands on this adventure for Colonial Gothic. Although I wasn’t familiar with the setting, I am very familiar with its existence and with the work of Graeme Davis, one of the two writers who’ve created this adventure, the other being Richard Iorio II, so I decided this had to be quality writing.