Wizards of the Coast have delivery problems for the Witchlight Feywild adventure, the UK has delivery problems, and conventions have so many issues. This highlights show also finds good stuff, cool new games, free to download goodies, competitions and deals.
More drama, sorry to say, from TSR Games (3), and that's the exact phrase I used to begin last week's summary. It's true again. Also, this week we've an equally unbelievable story of a game piece causing 40 years of hurt. There's a $1,000 competition worth a mention, too!
More drama, sorry to say, from TSR Games (3), but the OSR community isn't universally like that. This weighty topic, along with partnership success stories and Kickstarters of note in this week's highlights show.
TSR Games, the third, have taken a fight to Twitter, but what are they fighting for? A survey from Geek Native reveals that many people don't know who sold them their digital copies of D&D. What does that mean for the brand and Wizards of the Coast?
Wizards of the Coast have not been shy about telling the world about this, but the future of D&D is digital. Okay then, so surely there's a virtual tabletop coming. So is this the week that settles that discussion?
Unexpected Middle-earth news, more secrets coming for D&D as Wizards move the levers of control around, and Vampire 5e announces a slate of new products.
An RPG news-centric podcast given the announcement of Marvel's new RPG, but there's movie news too, geeky virtual reality software for your webcam and a host of free downloads.
Geek Native's highlights show discusses games and games companies in hot water this week, contrasting that to the original Satanic Panic. Then, because life is too severe, makes some game recommendations, freebies and competitions available.
New stats from Wizards of the Coast show that only a minority of roleplayers are over 40, as the player base booms. But is it all progress as eBay bans sexy comics and adult games?
News from the tabletop hobby community on the week armed squabbles got Pokemon banned from Target, Paradox announced a competing Werewolf: The Apocalypse game and Games Workshop a new Age of Sigmar.