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20% off ALL GeeknSon Products!

by Matt Gearyon 02/01/2017
Ladies and gents! two bits of amazing news for you this New Year. First up, Matt has been busying away creating a dedicated space for Geek Pride to record videos for our Youtube channel  (photos to follow soon). Now hearing about this the guys at GeeknSon have offered us one of their Denise tables to […]

Fantasy Flight Games and Games Workshop to part ways

by Daniel Delargyon 09/09/2016
Way back in 2008, Fantasy Flight Games first began publishing great games set in the amazing Games Workshop universes. Now, eight years later, Fantasy Flight Games have announced the conclusion of their business relationship with Games Workshop. Earlier today, they released the following statement; From the earliest days of the partnership, Games Workshop played a key role […]

It’s UK Games EXPO 2016 baby!

by Bevan Clatworthyon 22/05/2016
Hoorah, it’s that time of year again! UK Games EXPO, the biggest table top gaming event in Britain will be here in just under two weeks (June 3rd to 5th) and I’m sure you’ve guessed I’m pretty excited. The show is going from strength to strength, increasing in size year on year. For 2016 the […]

What a day!! – Salute, 2016, ExCeL, London

by Mark Cantyon 18/04/2016
Well – That was quite a day! South London Warlords hosted Salute 2016 in London’s Docklands today, and it was packed. Loads of great displays from the wargamers, and oh so very many traders – Definitely not a good day to turn up with an empty wallet! I was attending as Chairman of my local […]

Warhammer Quest: The Adventure Card Game

by Ben Feeon 24/12/2015
Anyone familiar with Games Workshop’s back catalogue will know that it houses a fair few long-forgotten gaming gems. Titles like Necromunda, Blood Bowl, and Gorkamorka still hold a cherished place in many an aging tabletop enthusiast’s heart but, for me, none hold as dear a place as Warhammer Quest. Released back in 1995, the original miniatures […]

Roleplaying – an Online Streaming Tale

by Matt Gearyon 30/09/2015
As technology advances so does the way we play games. Tabletop RPGs no longer need for every player to sit around a table as the internet allows us to join the game from the comfort of our homes, potentially roleplaying with people from different towns, cities, countries and even different continents. Thanks to the internet […]

Infected! Or: “How Craig’s players managed to not take any combat skills.”

by MrCraiggyon 29/09/2015
Those of you who know me personally will know that I am a big fan of the “Zombie” genre. Those of you who don’t know me personally are now aware of this fact (lucky you). Romero movies, Zombieland, Shaun of the Dead, Dead Rising (see me previous article on the movie tie-in “Watchtower” here) On […]

Dread – Hardcore Jenga RPG

by Tom Sorsbyon 06/07/2015
Recently, my regular tabletop gaming group finished its 5th Edition D&D Campaign, which started as a 3.5E game about five years ago, went on hiatus, got cancelled, and eventually rebooted during the 5th Edition Playtesting period. We’re working up some Star Wars: Edge of the Empire characters for our next big thing, but until then, […]

Tunes for the Table

by Tom Sorsbyon 22/05/2015
In the episode of The IT Crowd, “Jen The Fredo”, Moss hosts a tabletop role-playing session, using music to create an “atmos”. The result is, as we know, ruddy mysterious. The right backing music in videogames enhances the experience for players immeasurably – after a while of hearing the same score, sure, you might mute […]

Interview with Pelgrane Press, Creators of The Dracula Dossier

by Peter Ray Allisonon 28/11/2014
Pelgrane Press deliver one of the most expansive role-playing campaigns in the history of gaming with their forthcoming kickstarter project: The Dracula Dossier.