Drama again this week with attack lawyers dispatched against Wizards of the Coast, hassles over Kickstarters at Dragonmeet and confusion and concern over the direction Kickstarter itself might be taking.
RPG news summarised from the week that’s just gone with reviews, interviews, bundle deals, competitions and crowdfunding projects.
News about Rogue Trooper, a brand new computer RPG for Pathfinder, and WotC confirm Dice, Camera, Action! will not return after being hit by a sex scandal.
Broken Shield 2.0 is a deluxe edition of superhumans, living gods, police and spies in a dangerous future version of London.
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 […]
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 […]
Angus Abranson is the founder of Chronicle City, a company that helps RPG authors and publishers bring their books to market. Gobion Rowlands is a 15 year veteran of the videogames industry and an author who, writing as Gunnar Roxen, wrote the futuristic detective thriller The Wyld Hunt and the, soon-to-be released, Firestorm Conspiracy. Tomorrow, […]