A bullet-point summary of RPG news in the week of D&D reviews, Paizo freelancers forcing a halt to Pathfinder and Star Wars RPG's future confirmed.
lands Noir bundle last ran in 2016, that's five years ago. But it's back from the dead now, as Pinnacle Entertainment Group have the complete Noir line on offer.
New ways to play Doomtown include a 2 versus 1 mode and a solo mode, which has always been a popular mod since lockdown.
Wizards of the Coast are taking back control of D&D in some countries after settling a legal row. Luke Crane's The Burning Wheel is Roll20's quickest growing system, and the inhospitable setting round table is coming. It's an RPG news summary from Geek Native.
Routinely Itemised: RPGs is an RPG news round-up, and this week we look at the Candlekeep Mysteries reviews, DCC legacy, Savage Worlds finally appearing on Roll20 and free dice in the name of Cancer Awareness.
Routinely Itemised is a weekly RPG news round-up and this week Kickstarter's Zine Quest is a vast shape on the radar.
As the year comes to a close, DriveThruRPG and Geek Native have been looking back at RPGs published this year and which sold well.
The weird west is cowboys with supernatural horror. So, for Blood Drive imagine a posse of drovers with their Texas Longhorns trying to push through the swollen streams of Colorado, up through the dangerous mountain passes of New Mexico, and somehow through the haunted prairies of Wyoming.
In the RPG news this week we've big news from Pinnacle and Savage Worlds, we discover which project Wizards of the Coast are working on for D&D that will take years and a look at the latest reviews, releases and interviews.
The Weird West Map shows the state of the American union during the era of Deadlands: the Weird West.