We can see many exciting bundles, Hasbro hanging on to Wizards of the Coast, and if you’re a fan of the news reading minotaur, there’s a chance to win him in the UK.
Amit Moshe, the City of Mist tabletop RPG designer, once told Geek Native that the roleplaying game was for people afraid of D&D. It uses words, and Dungeons & Dragons use numbers.
I’ve tried my best not to include any pranks in this news summary. I am stupid, though, and may have been tricked. I don’t think so…
There’s money flowing in all sorts of directions in this week’s RPG news and shop fronts stepping away from NFTs. All the acronyms, huh? Oh, and Dark Souls news.
The :Otherworld game is an alternative future for the City of Mists, and Tokyo: Otherworld is the first setting.
The Western Kentucky Tornado Relief bundles are a coordinated response from OneBookShelf and DriveThruRPG publishers.
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.
In the QUEERZ! RPG, characters are superheroes who juggle everyday lives and fight to save the world from a dark substance known as Ignorance.
Son of Oak’s City of Mist is a superhero detective noir RPG based on the Apocalypse Engine with custom tags and a narrative drive at its core.
RPG news in a week of new game announcements, franchise deals and licenses. We’ve attracted lots of Cthulhu, too.