If you’re getting a long weekend, I hope you also make the most of it to kick back, relax, and catch up on all this RPG news.
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.
A weekly RPG news summary covering D&D, 2d20, indie news, events, reviews, interviews and even encounter tables.
In this week’s RPG news round-up, we confirm Free RPG Day will happen, why the D&D TV show might be like First Blood and the character portrait generator site NeverEnding on adding prosthetic options to illustrations.
Steve Jackson Games made money in 2020, although slightly less than in 2019 and managed to keep all staff employed despite the devastating effect global lockdowns have had on the tabletop gaming scene.
In the RPG news this week we’ve a review roundup of Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything, a legal fight between Wizards of the Coast and a partner, Kickstarter projects to look at a website from Google that makes monsters.
Routinely Itemised is a weekly roundup of RPG news from Wizards of the Coast, Chaosium, Cubicle 7, R. Talsorian Games, PEG, Paizo and the industry.
Cancellations strike the big conventions, but there’s more happening online, and such an event might introduce a new campaign setting for Dungeons & Dragons.
On April Fools’ day, it was announced on The Fantasy Trip Adventures supplement Kickstarter that Steve Jackson Games and Frog God Games would collaborate
One of the big RPG Kickstarters on the go right now is Steve Jackson Games’ The Fantasy Trip. It’s approaching 2,500 backers and well over US$200,000 in funding. What is it? It’s Steve Jackson’s first ever roleplaying game. It predates GURPS, had a rough time of it and never really had a crack at the […]