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The RPG Interview Room: OSR art with Denis McCarthy

For very many valid reasons, a lot of people like OSR games. To play in a style of games that resemble and replicate the original games from so many years ago. However, that movement has also received a lot of criticism for some people seem to be stuck in the old ways beyond those of […]

Podcast Episode – The RPG Room: Is there art in roleplaying games?

Ever since RPGs were published and Gary Gigax and Dave Arneson had a dream of turning Dungeons & Dragons into a commercial product, art has place a huge part in the visual identity of roleplaying games. Probably one of the areas in which Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror has thrived the most and in which […]

Guards! Guards! Play-test review

To start with the game is designed by a small company called Back Spindle Games. By itself, that is a good sign. A brand like the Discworld doesn’t come easily, and for a small company to be able to get that sort of license, they must have made a good impression.

Conversation With A Gaming Innovator #5: Eric J. Carter

Well, it’s time again for another of my jaunts into proper journalism, and this week we have another game designing, illustrating, and graphic designing phenomenon, the great Eric J. Carter. Who, you ask, is this? This is one of the best illustrators out there right now, that’s who.

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