Wow! Just wow! How’s this for a Pop! figure? We’ve Game of Thrones’ Night King riding Viserion into battle! [Yikes! Gimme me!] This Pop is currently slated for January 2018 but I think we can expect it to sell out. Pre-orders will be needed. I had a look around to see if anywhere can do […]
Archives for September 2017
Wow! The Jumanji timelapse!
I’ll admit it. I had no idea that much craft need to go into creating a Jumanji board. It seems simple but this timelapse video clearly shows just how hard it is to do. The trick used to grab the playing pieces and make them magically move to the corners of the board is especially […]
RPG Player kits funded
If you’re a DM looking to get a game on then I think these RPF Player Kits from Critical Games are the ticket. At the time of writing the campaign has funded with over $8,000 in the pot and 13 days to go. [Back this Campaign] It’s worth paying attention to the pledges. $20 gets […]
Vogt-Roberts’ Destiny 2 trailer
The last thing I watched which was directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts was Kong: Skull Island. That was one of my favourite Kong remakes. I think this trailer for the new Destiny game is even better. If that Exo whipping the new Guardians into action sounds like Nathan Fillion then it is because he is. Fillion […]
Find out all about Starfinder, quickly
One of the big successes of Gen Con 50 was Paizo’s Starfinder RPG. It sold out every day, often in hours. The game is set in the Pathfinder universe and space. It’s not a sci-fi but a Science Fantasy. Is it a reskin of Pathfinder? Nope. There’s more to it. RPG YouTube channel Taking20 put […]
Close encounters of the nerd kind: A review of Survival Geeks
Survival Geeks is a sci-fi comedy from 2000AD. It has the line “Cthulhus! Thousands of them!” which is writer Emma Beeby’s favourite. Also working on the series is stalwart Gordon Rennie and illustrator Neil Googe. The premise is simple and that’s because the goal of Survival Geeks is to parody geeky clichés. We’ve a group […]
Alex Drummond offers up his dungeon art. Free samples.
Back in early 2013 Geek Native was impressed at the cartography of the Drummond Dungeon. Now the artist, Alex Drummond, has his talent wrapped up in a Kickstarter package. You can check out the details at the Campaign Page. [Back this Campaign] The campaign half funded in just a few hours. At the time of […]