Geeky entertainment and RPG news in a week more than 150 RPG or related Kickstarters launched, bundle deals made some popular games available for peanuts and a whole RPG range was made a freebie. Big names leave Fandom's D&D Beyond, Spring Showcases wrestle for your attention, and we find out what keeps kids silent.
Once again, Geek Native's highlights show, the Audio EXP podcast looks back at headline news from the geeky week. Computer game stats, freebies, changes to D&D and 50 one-page dungeons.
This week's Audio EXP is a catch-up on the rows that tore up contracts and left gamers debating cultural values and consequences. That drama plus the usual RPG news and geeky entertainment.
Catch up on what Hasbro is doing with the D&D TV series, get a ton of RPGs on the cheap with the best bundle deals of the week and a look at the most popular anime of the year.
Welcome home. This is Audio EXP for the 9th of January 2021, and the title of this episode is ‘A treasure chest of stats’. [The following is a transcript of Audio EXP: #78] [Also on Stitcher | Spotify | Apple | Google] I’ve a host of quirky stats for you today and bucking the trend of 2020; none of them is from survey competitions from Geek Native.…
What happened in the land of geek during the quiet week between Christmas and Hogmanay? Free games, dangerous robots and upgrades to certain virtual tabletop gaming systems among other news.
Catch up on the latest developments of the Dragonlance v Wizards of the Coast case. Find out which animals people are most likely to bring into a dungeon, some hot bundle deals for the festive break and some anime to look forward to in 2021.
Which classes are most popular in D&D? Which tabletop RPGs came out this year and are worth a look at? Geek Native does a deep dive on RPG stats from the year as well as a look at the big stories of the week.
Lots and lots of monsters as Pathfinder's impressive range of beasts bundle up on Humble and Handiwork Games launch a monster-a-week subscription model. All this as we approach the end of the year and can look back at 2020 trends like popular D&D races and character names.
In this podcast, we look at some promising 5e conversions, new community content options from companies like Monte Cook Games and a way to win some D&D goodies of your own.