Dragonmeet Seminar: The state of the RPG industry

The RPG scene has changed considerably in the last 20 years. And in the last 10 years. And even in the last 5 years. From the riches of the late 80’s and early 90’s to the crash of the late 90’s and the now apparent resurgence of games aided by the proliferation of ereaders and […]

An early review of Kuro

I have had my eye on this little beauty for a while, and when a couple of twitter people I follow started talking about it, I just had to ask if there was a way to get my hands on a review copy of it. Quite selfishly, I also wanted it to run the game at some point. I get a huge kick out of running horror RPGs, and my regular readers will know that I’m currently GMing a CP2020 game for my local gaming society. Seriously, they couldn’t have designed a game to grab my attention better, without rubbing some Steampunk all over it…

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast – Episode 70 with Daniel Solis

Episode 70 has arrived, slowly but surely, just like Christmas approaches. And since that means you’ll want to give your loved ones as much as you can. Obviously your not-so-loved ones won’t get a thing. Mine don’t. So to make your life a lot easier, Jenn, Vickey and myself have put together a list of games we think you should get. Or that someone should get for you.

The G*M*S Magazine RPG Podcast Episode 40–Dr. Who with Oli Smith

This is a special episode for various reasons. First of all because me and Dale are joined by the gorgeous Jenn from the Jennisodes to co-host our show. Apart from having a wealth of knowledge and the charm to go with it, Jenn just happens to be absolutely lovely and we had an absolutely great time.

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