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.
Brought to life in beautiful pixel art, delve into the officially licensed Hyper Light Drifter tabletop rpg, based on the indie smash-hit video game created by Alx Preston and published by Heart Machine.
Routinely Itemised is an RPG news summary column, and this week we look at TSR Games (3) threatening OSR communities, new RPGs hitting digital and physical shelves, RPG reviews and discoveries.
In this column, we quickly summarise news and discoveries from the RPG industry. If it hit the radar this week, then it has a chance of making this bullet-point collection of headlines.
50 pages of character generation, combat and mechanics information for the planned Hyper Light Drifter RPG. Free to download.
It’s a post-apocalyptic, science fantasy world. Outside the few bastions of civilization are the dangerous wilds with loot but monsters, mutants and menacing machines.
Metal Weave Games has secured the license and the next stop will be a Kickstarter.
In this post you’ll get a list of all the nominees for the 2017 ENnies. We’ve added up all the nominations each publisher has picked up. Our math puts Chaosium up in front but the chasing pack is strong. Who do you think will be there? First of all you’ve a chance to vote for […]
The original Baby Bestiary, marshalled and creatively directed by Andreas Walters, not only provided me with inspiration, it also looked fantastic. I originally pledged for his 2015 Baby Bestiary calendar, but the full Baby Bestiary would have looked so good on my coffee table. I missed out then, but now Andreas has returned with Baby […]