It's your weekly catchup with news of an impressive new RPG publisher, voice actors playing Starfinder with you in your bedroom and the return of Werewolf.
In the game, players are Garou, creatures born of both the material world and the Umbra, the spirit world. The world, Gaia, is dying, and the shapeshifting wolves are divided on how to save the planet.
We catchup and roundup the latest RPG news, Kickstarters, and D&D tips and tricks. All this is squeezed in a handy to speed-read bullet point list.
Paradox Interactive has found a partner to work on the next edition of Werewolf: The Apocalypse.
All the downloads on offer are expansion books, with many from the "by Night" or "Rage Across" series. These are Vampire and Werewolf sets.
Usually, at the start of January DriveThruRPG has a special offer on called "New Year, New Game!".
The empire is split asunder by a terrible tear in space and for trillions of people, every day is a living hell.
As we approach the end of the year Geek Native has been sifting through data from DriveThruRPG to see which games sold the best from which genre. As it happens, games can belong to many genres, and we’re starting to see some overlaps. In this chapter, we look at games tagged ‘modern’ by the publisher or author. Best selling modern genre RPGs of the year Genesys Core Rulebook, by Fantasy Flight Games.V20…
A year ago Geek Native ran a list of the best selling horror RPGs on DriveThru RPG and RPGNow. The question was; “Are these the best horror RPGs of all time?”…
Last week we asked “Who scares the best” and investigated DriveThru Fiction’s best selling horror stories. We found out that gamers tended to go for anthologies and White Wolf did well.…