Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary, and this week there's the latest from D&D, Cyberpunk Red, 13th Age, Call of Cthulhu, Critical Role and even of Chainmail, the game that became D&D.
The Fate rules shaped like Core, Accelerated and Condensed, and tokens make up the toolkit and a host of worlds from Cthulhu and other Kaiju to Shadow of the Century make up the bonus.
D&D, as you would expect, tops the ICv2 bestseller RPG chart autumn 2020 composed of data taken from retailers, distributors and manufacturers in North America.
It’s not surprising that RPGs are booming, this hobby of ours has become increasingly more fashionable. Then the combination of lockdown, presence of virtual tabletops and free video calls makes roleplaying online a clever thing to do.…
The top ten best-selling generic or multi-genre RPGs published in 2019.
Publishers are clearly watching the situation at Kickstarter, and some are worried. But is there an alternative?
News on the D&D movie, the release of Pathfinder 2nd edition and the discovery that two out the three best selling RPGs last quarter are sci-fi games.
Disability is not one size fits all; it looks different on everyone, and everyone who has a disability handles their own differently. Even people with the same disability 'don't all handle it in the exact same way.
There's actually a lot of reasons Golden Age characters make great material. The DSVH includes several golden age characters like the Black Terror and Stardust the Super-Wizard, and even older characters like Robur the Conqueror and Dracula, but most of the characters are brand new.
What if Cthulhu was like Skynet? It's a thing from the future that sends agents back to the present in order to trigger the apocalypse it needs?