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Hollywood actors plugging RPG technology, RPG creators digging into the legal text of licenses and news of new games on the way. Oh, and dozens of brilliant new anime titles lining up to compete for the attention of fans. It's been a busy week squeezed into the usual short podcast.
If you're a Patron or become one this month, you can vote for May's nominees on this private poll page.
A new Judge Dredd RPG and other innovative ways to roleplay at the tabletop, virtual or otherwise. These and other Geek Native nerdy highlights.
If there was a Wizards of the Coast press event on Friday, no one is leaking and isn't that unusual? Also, this week, Modiphius has been talking to Embracer Group people, and that's given us at least two Asmodee USA deals. These and other Geek Native nerdy highlights.
Dark Sun is coming back as a host of old D&D games return via Steam, tabletop RPG lawyers get busy, and the original Essence RPG rule system is now free.
A look at the various platforms in the RPG and tabletop space, from electronic gaming boards, to virtual tabletops, because those things are different now. Oh, and $23 million for the Mistborn author.
Geek Native's patrons are great people, and one of the so-called perks on offer is the ability to vote a publisher, creator or other tabletop RPG contributors into the Spotlight.
Roll20 gets a new boss, Hasbro cuts the plastic, and gamers bicker about cowboys and Doctors. All this on a week when tanks rolled across borders. Does that seem right?
Last week we had debates about NFTs and lots of new RPGs. This week, those debates about NFTs reach some conclusions as more and more publishers back out. The new RPGs keep coming, though, even new D&D.