Posts Tagged ‘roleplaying game’
Geek Pride's Peter Ray Allison reviews Symbaroum, the dark-fantasy roleplaying game from Free League Publishing.
Tales from the Loop returns to an eighties that never was to explore themes of childhood and technology for a unique roleplaying experience.
Pete unearths the mysteries of Coriolis: The Third Horizon in Emissary Lost, the first installment in the Mercy of the Icons campaign.
Coriolis: The Third Horizon is Free League's science fiction roleplaying game that has a unique Arabian feel.
The Destroyer of Worlds is the latest cinematic module for the Alien roleplaying game, and this time its war!
Geek Pride braves the unknown terrors of deep space with the Alien: The Roleplaying Game - Starter Set from Free League.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Chapters is the forthcoming game by Flyos Games. Intended to translate the White Wolf roleplaying game Vampire: The Masquerade into a board game, Chapters will be a story-driven game where players take on the role of a coterie of vampires, tasked with investigating the former Sabbat territory of Montreal. It would […]
The SLA Industries roleplaying game first appeared twenty-five years ago. As an entirely new setting, SLA (pronounced “Slay”) Industries was praised for its originality and iconic themes, for which it won numerous awards. The game is based around a far-future dystopia. Much of the known universe is owned, or indirectly controlled, by the eponymous corporation […]
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 […]
What can be said about Matthew Dawkins that hasn’t been said before? Matthew Dawkins, otherwise known as the Gentleman Gamer, is a freelance writer and in-house developer for Onyx Path Publishing. His credits are phenomenal and include pretty much every branch of the World of Darkness and Chronicles of Darkness. From the excellent Beckett’s Jyhad […]