The ENnie 2014 Awards: who are the winners?

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It’s GenCon and that means one of the year’s biggest and most popular set of gaming awards: The ENNies. As usual competition was fierce. For almost all of the 20+ categories there were two prizes to fight for; gold and silver. Geek Native has the full list of winners below. Did anyone publisher thrash the […]

5 ENnie award winners already announced as voting opens

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5 ENnie award winners already announced as voting opens Team EN World opened the voting booth for the 2014 ENnie Awards this week. Voting started with 5 winners being announced for the 2014 Judges’ Spotlight award. So, who won? Hobomancer Companion from Hex Games Deep Magic from Kobold Press Rocket Age RPG from Cubicle 7 […]

Free RPG Day – including 3679 free RPG downloads

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Today is Free RPG Day. The event is managed by Impressions, a company that helps put RPGs in your hands, and is designed to encourage you to support your local game shop. The site has a interactive map which you can use to find a retailer taking part in the event near you. It costs […]

Free games and International Tabletop Day rush slams DriveThru RPG’s servers

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Saturday April the 5th is International Tabletop Day. Names like Atlas Games, Stronghold Games, Asmodee, Days of Wonder, Mayfair, AEG, Ravensburger, Japanime Games, Looney Labs and Steve Jackson Games are teaming up with Geek & Sundry for the big event. Another name of note is DriveThru RPG who are holding a huge sale. This isn’t […]

A Terrible, Indescribable Thing – A Review of Hideous Creatures: Shoggoth

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Long before the gelatinous geometric monstrosities and semi-aware slimes, iridescent and menacing blobs of goo threatened the lives and sanities of those adventurous enough to probe the depths of civilisations past. While dungeon explorers might consider them an inconvenience at best, possessed of little more than a hunger-driven intuition, Lovecraft served up an insidious and […]

$1,000,000,000 stretch goal still locked: TimeWatch RPG looks set to Kickstart

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[Back this Campaign] While the comedy $1,000,000,000 stretch goal (an actual time machine) remains safely locked; Kevin Kulp’s TimeWatch looks set to fund. The Gumshoe Investigative RPG, part of Pelgrane Press’ growing collection, only asked for $4,000. As this post goes up they still have 10 days on the clock and have raised close to […]

Guess What’s Coming to Dinner: Reviewing The Esoterror Summoning Guide

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The Membrane is a border between our reality and the Outer Dark, a dimension filled with terrors and darkness. The Esoterrorists, a scattered and ill-organised group of occultists and outright mad men, work tirelessly to tear down that barrier between worlds to loose the floodgates to ultimate power. Unfortunately, this very act will open our […]

A look inside: Cthulhu at War

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The Cthulhu at War bundle from Pelgrane Press available at RPGNow is a little different from other bundles. It putss together Cthulhu adventures from two companies; Pelgrane Press and from Modiphius. Pelgrane has their award winning Trail of Cthulhu while Modiphius have their Kickstarter superstar success Achtung! Cthulhu series. The bundle offers a cash saving […]

Who scares the best? Top 10 best Horror sellers at DriveThru Fiction

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DriveThru Fiction is the sister site to DriveThru RPG. It doesn’t take a natural 20 on an Int Roll to work out that the online shop sells books and might be a good guide to what gamers are buying. With help from One Book Shelf, the site’s owners, we’ve had a look at the best […]

13th Age out performs Numenera as hottest RPG

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Russell Morrissey, owner of the hugely popular RPG community, EN World, posted an interesting chart of popular RPGs to his Google+ account. It shows that more gamers are talking about Pelgrane Press’s 13th Age than they are about Monte Cook’s Numenera. The data is pretty compelling too. It looks back over the last 90 days […]