Is D&D about to be more mature? Or perhaps it should try and be more child friendly, as some people suggest Mind Flayers are too scary. In any case, the latest free download from Monte Cook Games contains some helpful insight on mental health in games.
Who owns the right to make HeroQuest games? Well, Chaosium is making a HeroQuest game and have done for years. So what happens when an old HeroQuest tries to make a return? We chat about this and other news from the week in the latest Geek Native podcast.
We start off by chatting about Harley Quinn. Is she better off without The Joker or not? And from that chaotic agent of change, we go on to talk about the future of tabletop games, and the big money bets on that being a digital tabletop future.
The latest news from Wizards of the Coast, CMON lose their Game Director and free games discovered for download this week. The theme? Assassins and apocalypses.
Welcome home. This is Audio EXP for the 22nd of August 2020, and the title of this episode is ‘The beginning of RPGs’. [The following is a transcript of Audio EXP: #58] [Also on Stitcher | Spotify | Apple | Google] Was Dungeons & Dragons the first-ever roleplaying game?…
Has the lockdown made streaming anime into a billion-dollar business? It looks like it. This episode of Audio EXP looks at geeky stories from the week that's just gone including the regular dose of tabletop and RPG headlines.
Recent stats from Roll20 show that D&D dominates the RPG scene, but in this podcast, we'll talk about a few other options that made the news this week.
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.