RPG news at bullet-point speed we headline the sad news that Hasbro boss Brian Goldner has passed away. This week also brings new D&D, a Cowboy Bebop RPG, Hunters: The Reckoning and more from Critical Role.
There are all sorts of freebies available for people who can venture out and into friendly local gaming stores (FLGS).
RPG news at bullet-point speed as we look at where D&D might be going next, free Call of Cthulhu for year 40 and a host of promising new games.
We're getting 50th-anniversary games, and that's new paper to buy, but we're not yet sure whether we will get more D&D 5.0, 5.5 or even 6.0.
Games company expelled from Origins, another up for sale at an eyewatering price, and so many tempting new games. A busy week of RPG news!
A newly announced D&D event, new directors at GAMA, controversy and a whole tonne of new RPGs.
Trans Atlantis Games is a new company from Bob Watts, the games industry veteran and ex-Privateer Press CEO, Steve Herbert and Peter Buxton.
Privateer Press' award-winning Iron Kingdoms setting is coming to 5e in the form of Iron Kingdoms: Requiem. First, though, it must pass through Kickstarter.
The heated conversations in the RPG community continue as the hobby space looks at ways to encourage diversity and deal with 40 years of history that don't always get everything right.
Iron Kingdoms launched in 2001 and used D&D 3 to fuel a steampunk setting populated with Warjacks and Gun Mages.