Last time we talked about new RPGs and how to get players to try them. But how do you even begin to work out what you want to play?
Your goal, beyond surviving for another day, can be to find a way back home, rally people to your ranks, and find out more about the mysterious Operation Reset.
It's the first RPG news round-up of 2022, so welcome to Routinely Itemised.
It's the run-up to D&D Live 2021, and Wizards of the Coast find themselves in hot water. Renegade and Paradox have pushed turbo on Vampire: The Masquerade, and while Kickstarter activity is down in launches, it's up in requests.
After a very successful Kickstarter, one that funded in 7 minutes, Free League Publishing and their partners GDW and Amargosa Press are taking pre-orders on Twilight: 2000.
Published first in 1984, the RPG is set after the Twilight War, in which NATO and the United States battled the Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact in a lengthy, brutal but conventional war. Until things went nuclear.
Keep up with RPG news, Wizards of the Coast's new promotion with Hasbro, the many D&D TV shows, an Altered Carbon RPG review and interviews from around the web.
Geek Native maintains a table of EN World’s survey results, working out which publishers have appeared the most often.
In the RPG news this week we've big news from Pinnacle and Savage Worlds, we discover which project Wizards of the Coast are working on for D&D that will take years and a look at the latest reviews, releases and interviews.
Another busy RPG news week, but don't worry as Routinely Itemised as everything divided into quick to read bullet-point summary lists.