Cops that do magic just seems to have broad appeal. It's safely in the geek interest zone and manages to lure in people who wouldn't usually be interested in urban fantasy.
The winner of the 2020 November Publisher Spotlight poll is Target Role.
Summon Skate is an extremely global game in that it has very few concepts or terms that I would say are uniquely Japanese, so we were able to leave it fairly untouched in that sense.
Jonathan Wright, who writes all of WrightWerx's games was kind enough to speak to me, and we explore Kaijus and nerd culture together. Interested in a Mecha versus Kaiju battle? You're in the right place.
A chat with Jason Nelson of Legendary Games about how the company got started, what 2020 has been like and the plans for the future.
The Tabletop Mentorship Program does two important things; it connects industry experts to tabletop creators, and it provides micro-grants to people underrepresented in the hobby.
Free League Publishing announced that they and partner publishers would be making a fourth edition of the military Twilight: 2000 RPG. The Kickstarter then funded in 7 minutes. There are now over 5,000 backers and more than £300,000 pledged with a few days left on the clock.…
An interview with Ken St Andre, designer of the world' second oldest RPG, founder of Trollhalla and a very busy man.
Geek Native's patrons voted for Tomas Herbertson in July's RPG Publisher Spotlight. That means, the illumination of the Spotlight lands on this innovative indie publisher.
You don't have to work hard to persuade me that D&D would be a better and more flexible game if its rules were somehow able to adjust to fit each new supplement.