One of the highlights of the recent SFW in the City 2 was the diverse costumes worn by the talented cosplayers there. The sheer breadth of cosplay ranged from faithful recreations of those worn on screen to imaginative re-envisioning of iconic characters. Here, in no particular order, is just a fraction of some of the […]
Sci-Fi Weekender’s (SFW) annual satellite event, SFW in the City, held its second event last weekend. Smaller and more intimate than the main event, it still provided a welcome break from the mundanity of everyday life. Peter Ray Allison went along to find out more.
Following the announcement that Sci-Fi Weekender (SFW) would be leaving its venue near Pwllheli, the organisers have been scouring the UK for a new location that can meet the various demands of such a multi-facetted event.
White Wolf have teamed up with accessory crafters Dog Might and Elderwood Academy to create a bespoke series of gaming accessories for the return of Vampire: The Masquerade with V5.
The latest edition of Vampire: The Masquerade has been released, and whilst V5 may be a new system it is still recognisably Vampire. Geek Pride takes a look at how V5 has changed the world of Vampire: The Masquerade.
Vampire: The Masquerade redefined roleplaying. Its gothic-punk themes were unlike anything at the time. Now, in its fifth edition, White Wolf's Jason Carol spoke to Geek Pride about V5 and the enduring appeal of being the monster.
With the release of the fifth edition of Vampire, Onyx Path's book developer Matthew Dawkins spoke to Geek Pride about V5 and the enduring appeal of Vampire: The Masquerade.
Whilst games like The DIvision 2 and Shadow of the Tomb Raider naturally dominated EGX, some of this year's best games could be found in the smaller independent studios. Peter Ray Allisonm checks out the top five games of EGX 2018.
With V5 recently released, Geek Pride looks at World of Darkness: The Documentary, which charts and rise, fall and ressurection of Vampire: The Masquerade and the World of Darkness it created.
Three years ago, the company CYCL launched on Kickstarter, introducing WingLights; direction indicators for bicycles. Three years later, with WingLights having made 50,000 bikes safer, CYCL are back with their next idea - WingLights360.