In this podcast, we take a look at last night's live ENnies announcements from Gen Con Online and then share some possibly ominous data about future attendance figures for conventions. We also discuss a raft of new RPGs worth looking out for and a pair of compelling bundles.
A quick look at the history of Free RPG Day and why this year stands out, we touch on the Lords of the Middle Sea, Sword Chronicle and both low and highlights from the world of comic book publishing.
The movie Green Knight has an accompanying RPG, and the internet seems to have received it without protest, surely this isn't terrible news? We look at this and other gaming news.
Welcome home. This is Audio EXP for the 11th of July 2020, and the title of this episode is ‘Hide or fight?’. [The following is a transcript of Audio EXP: #52] [Also on Stitcher | Spotify | Apple | Google] The heated debates in the RPG community continue, and I find myself asking; “Hide or fight?”…
This week the RPG community had to ask itself whether we have one standard when it comes to art for the male gaze and a different one for women or gay men. The Gygax family battles continue, WotC is accused of making money off racially uncomfortable tropes, and a streamer has been kicked out of the Magic Creator program for selling sexy selfies.
The geek community is wrestling with a wave of serious allegations, but there is good news too. We have new releases, games that let you play as fallen angels, a whole hard drive of cyberpunk news and original content for the Kingkiller Chronicles.
D&D is getting a horror adventure set in the frozen North, Geek Native talks to horror master Sandy Petersen and the gaming community suggests better rules for character races.
We talk about the D&D leak, the cancellation of Origins Online and other tabletop gaming community support of Black Lives Matter.
Need a secret society for your RPG? Or just want to catch-up on the latest geeky news? Audio EXP is Geek Native's highlights show delivered straight into your earholes.
The Gygax's might be considered D&Ds royal family and court papers show they might be headed for a legal fight. The news on Geek Native this week, though, is full of entertainment stories and freebies full of RPG encounters.