By Paco Garcia Jaen The videogames were excellent (well, maybe not Dragon Age 2) and the RPG did them justice with an elegant and easy to master system and great cinematic mechanics. However, is the quality of the books and the box worth the money you have to pay to get this set? Find out! […]
Playing Games edition of the podcast and in this episode we have the pleasure of talking to Steve Kenson, creator of numerous games, including Mutants and Masterminds.
It is Japan 1572, the end of the Senguko period of history. Like many transitions of power the country is filled with strife, warring factions pulling any able bodied men into war, leaving villages populated by only women, children and old men.
It’s going to be hard not to compare Iron Dynasty: Way of the Ronin with Wu Xing: The Ninja Crusade, given how strong of an impression that game made on me, and how recently it was that I reviewed it.
The introduction to this adventure provides an apposite reminder: in a game in which dynasties and bloodlines and the good of your House feature large, weddings are going to be very important events indeed.