It is very early days, incredibly early as we’ll discover in the interview with Angus, but Second Games Galore is back.
Free League will now publish the 4th edition but have said they will go back to the roots of the game, with some changes, including providing a boxed set.
Gamers may never notice the change but today’s management buy-out of Cubicle 7 is big news. The British RPG publisher has left 2000 AD owners Rebellion. Dominic McDowall, who led the successful management buy-out, said; I’m excited to be taking Cubicle 7 into its next phase of development,” “Rebellion’s investment and mentoring has given us […]
Space: 1889 dates back to 1988 when it was published by Game Designers Workshop. It’s a steampunk RPG set in a world that might have been created by Jules Verne or H.G. Wells. Right now – the Germans have it. [Support this Campaign] Uhrwek Verlag (Clockwork Publishing) is one of the larger German games publishers […]
Delta14 is the sister company to Chronicle City. Chronicle City strikes deals with RPG publishers in order to make print runs and savvy trans-Atlantic distribution. Here’s how the RPG connections map to Delta14’s schedule. Starting with Gunnar Roxen and the follow on books from The Wyld Hunt gives us the Broken Shield RPG. Gobion Rowlands […]
It’s International TableTop Day! You may well have noticed by now as the web is all a flutter about it. How is Geek Native taking part? This blog is covering the virtual side of the event. You might risk a peek at 5 RPG Kickstarters or even join one of 10 Google+ RPG communities and […]
I really enjoyed The Wyld Hunt. It’s a bit of a challenge to find a genre that satisfies; cyberpunk meets noir? That’s close but there’s almost Dune like sci-fi in the background and elements of horror, even Lovecraft inspired horror, just lurking in the background. Agent John Aries works in a far future London in […]
Mindjammer Press, co-founded by author Sarah Newton, has struck a deal with Chronicle City to print the new RPG Monsters & Magic. The deal very firmly rides the Old School Renaissance. The “OSR” is a nostalgia for the old style of RPGs, with a tighter focus on heroic dungeon adventures, quick character creation and game […]
James Desborough has some experience with controversy. Geek Native interviewed Grim during a firestorm of protests. A petition had been set up to urge Mongoose Publishing to drop him from their roster for misogynistic views. The claim was denied, passions and tempers rose, arguments flooded into RPG forums and no one will thank me for […]
In January Gun Metal Games launched a Kickstarter for Interface Zero. This is a full metal cyberpunk RPG. Geek Native was able to grab David Jarvis of Gun Metal Games, ask some questions about the project and secure some previews of the game’s fantastic art. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/821979583/interface-zero-20-full-metal-cyberpunk/ [Back this Game] There’s a lot of excitement around […]