Tag: OSR

Roleplaying and board games with reviews, podcasts, videos and interviews

Are rpgs therapy?

Are RPGs therapy?

Oftentimes people talk as RPGs as therapy, specially when someone want to bring some hard content to the table. Here I dispel some myths. Please click here and help our Patreon campaign if you can. TTRPGs as therapy is a very well spoken topic brought up very often by a lot of people. We KNOW…
Read more

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…
Read more

Podcast Episode – The RPG Room with Jennell Jaquays

Having Jennell Jaquays on the show was long overdue. With so much talking about OSR and what games were like all time ago, Jim and I thought it was about time we had someone who knows *a lot* about the old days and the starts of many things. Jennell has been writing games since the…
Read more

RPG Video Review – Monsters & Magic

Monsters & Magic, a game designed by Sarah Newton, had a very clear aim when it was designed: to allow you to use your old modules pretty much off the shelf with very little changes. Not a small task considering the different versions and amount of adventures that D&D has had throughout the years. For…
Read more

Video unboxing–Adventures in the East Mark Red Box (Spanish edition)

By Paco Garcia Jaen I have been a fan of this game for a very long time. Since it came out in 2010, in fact. This game is the love-child of a bunch of friends who spent 20 years playing classic D&D and decided their material was good enough to be read the rest of…
Read more