In the podcast, there's chat about the new Savage Pathfinder project, virtual tabletop news and why D&D 6e is still probably years away.
In this week's podcast, we range from AIs drawing monsters to humans calling lawyers as we discuss RPG news, license deals and the Cyberpunk Red errata.
Paradox Interactive announced significant changes to the World of Darkness this week as they take back control of its development. Cyberpunk Red hits the digital shelves, introducing Night City and The Time of Red before the launch of Cyberpunk 2077. We've freebies and competitions in a busy news week in this episode of Audio EXP.
There is plenty of virtual tabletop news as RPG publishers hurry to get their systems in place in the booming digital marketplace. In this RPG news podcast, we also talk about intellectual property rights, and potentially problematic old D&D content now being given away for free.
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Cyberpunk RED, Carbon 2185, Entromancy, a|state and BYTE all in the RPG news this week even as Cyberpunk 2077 suffers another small delay. There's Halloween too with free Deadlands material from PEG, Mythos World as a new column and a dozen spooky masks.
As a thanks to Geek Native's Patrons or anyone who becomes a patron before Saturday the 7th of November, I'll be mailing out dice bags.
We discuss the Dragonlance creator's legal case against Wizards of the Coast, suggest some freebies worthy of your time and discover what scares us the most.
We talk about TV shows almost ruined by their finales and which tabletop RPGs are being played the most. There are some free downloads to recommend, monsters in the forest and an interactive gaming table that's selling out.
A look back at a week of geeky news, with a new development on how tabletop games are funded, lots of enjoyable new RPGs, Kickstarters and a new season of anime to discuss.