Getting Titanfall? It feels as if Microsoft has a lot resting on this game. It’s an Xbox One headliner and is coming out for PC and Xbox 360 too. Call of Duty never appealed to me but Titanfall does. Do giant fighting robots make that much of a difference? Apparently so. Titan Books was probably […]
Archives for February 2014
[Back this Campaign] Going three or four steps beyond the concept of paper minis for your tabletop RPG adventures is the idea of an entire tabletop town. That’s exactly what Tabletop Towns offer. The boxes are suitable for 28mm wargame or tabletop system and transform into buildings. Okay, I’ll admit it, I was a bit […]
These are Sith Douche Bags. If you’re not sure what the word “Douche” means then just pop it into Google Translate from French to English. Joking aside – and nifty special effects aside (actually, marvel at the FX) – this is a clever bit of vlogger marketing. The RP Wham team are calling out to […]
New Jersey based freelance artist Drew Sheneman did these 16 Dungeons & Dragon strips for Wizards of the Coast and Dragon Online. Each of the cartoons was published with a column from Jon Schindehette who was Senior Creative Director at WotC for over 6 years. Which is your favourite?
These headphones are a custom job by Edge Works on deviant art. They began life as Aerial 7 Tank Headphones, described as good looking, comfortable and with massive 57mm drivers and then converted with sharpies into a “BioShock Infinite steampunked style”. What do you think? Time to take sharpies to your headphones?
Another set of Andy Stattmiller’s clever nesting dolls. Art and function strike again and we have the Jabba the Hutt rescue scene from Return of the Jedi. From top to bottom we’ve abba the Hutt, Boba Fett, Gamorrean Guard, Bib Fortuna, Max Rebo, EV-9D9, and Salacious B. Crumb for the villains and for the good […]
Today, British publisher Cubicle 7 announced their Lord of the Rings/Hobbit roleplaying game has a range of sourcebooks and supplements due out in 2014. Geek Native spoke to CEO Dominic McDowall-Thomas and blagged a look at some of non-approved, initial, might not appear as you see here art. The pictures you see in this post […]
This week Magi: The Labryinth of Magic hit the shelves in the UK. There are three main characters in the popular anime; a young man fresh out of seclusion called Aladdin, Alibaba whom he meets on early on and who wishes to explore the dungeon of Amon and its treasures, and the freed slave Morgiana. […]
Do you hate it when someone else touches your dice? Is it fair when someone grabs one of your d20s, rolls and lands a crit that might have been yours? Or do you need just a handy, pocket sized, cool looking dice holder? These photographs are of the prototype for the smallest Cryptex Dice Vaults […]
Singer-songwriter Will Varley created this quirky “8-bit” music video himself on demo software from the 90s. That’ll go a long way to explain the SNES look and feel. It reminds me of Frak! Except, well, that’s a whole generation too early! There are some actual game references in the video though. I’m told to watch […]