Some games, though, don’t so easily fit into a genre category and are best labelled miscellaneous.
Geek Native, once again, is fortunate enough to work with DriveThuRPG to reveal the best selling RPGs from genres and categories that were published this year.
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Geek Native has been fortunate enough to work with DriveThruRPG again this year to list the best selling titles on the tabletop RPG retailer’s site.
The RPG engine, designed by Emanuele Galletto, is billed as simple and intuitive while invoking that JRPG vibe.
I took the chance to drop the top three a quick email Q&A. After all, everyone on this list has already made helpful contributions to the community and are worth listening to.
There are all sorts of freebies available for people who can venture out and into friendly local gaming stores (FLGS).
Marco Maggi and Francesco Nepitello are known for games like The One Ring and Cthulhu Tales have teamed up with CMON for a zombie bashing RPG. Zombicide: The Role-Playing Game is described as a combination of the classic zombie action board game with the exciting character creation, development and immersion of a role-playing game. Players begin […]