Posts Tagged ‘RPG’
Onyx Path Publishing have revealed their new vision of the classic table-top roleplaying game Scion, with the combined release of Scion: Origin and Scion: Hero last month. Scion: Origin contains the basic core rules for running games in the Scion universe, whilst Scion: Hero provides players with rules for playing characters who are descendants of […]
Despite the mixed response to the recent Prometheus and Covenant films, the Alien series still hold a special place in many geeks’ hearts. The Alien and Aliens films are frequently praised and the colonial marine cosplayers remain a frequent sight at conventions. There has been a slew of video game adaptations of varying quality, from […]
Scion second edition developer Neall Raemonn Price speaks to Geek Pride's Peter Ray Allison about gods and the art of mythic world-building.
Nothing is better than a good paper and pen RPG, and by paper and pen I mean Roll 20 on your PC (seriously check it out!) Anyways, we have been playing Rogue Trader, the WH40k RPG system created by FFG, on and off for a while now, where in our long suffering DM, Ben Fee, […]
Psion, the stars await, in the Trinity 1E Bundle. This bundle presents PDF ebooks of the 1997 first edition of Trinity, the table-top roleplaying game originally published by White Wolf. In the 22nd Century, as the world rebuilds from the devastating Aberrant War, bioengineered psions protect humanity from mutants, hostile aliens, and insidious conspiracies This bargain-priced collection gives you everything […]
There’re two kinds of people who run roleplay games. The first are those who spend hours creating meticulous maps of all the places their players could possibly visit, spending literally millions of moneys on paper and ink and wasting their own precious, precious time. Stop doing that. Buy this book. The second are those who […]
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.
A friend of mine sent me this video from youtube and within, and this is dead serious, is an episode of 60 minutes, from 1985, investigating if D&D is in fact… evil, and causing kids to kill themselves and each other… Seriously, take a look. And here was me thinking it was all down to […]