Have you seen the Game Geeks RPG YouTube show? They’ve done a lot of reviews of games over about a decade. It’s not surprising that they reviewed Firefly, given the popularity of the setting, but I was surprised that Kurt Wiegel reads out two … Continue reading
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Star Wars: Imperial Assault is a board game of tactical missions that can be played in an asymmetrical campaign mode that will remind you of dungeon crawling RPGs and a skirmish mode that a more traditional miniatures war game. I’ve had … Continue reading
This comes a bit late, mostly because I don’t usually do resolutions but a few good ones struck me earlier this week. I thought I would commit to them publicly. Focus On My Own Writing Firefly has been and continues … Continue reading
The Three Rocketeers episode of One Shot Podcast has arrived! Listen to me dig in and hold on against three of the biggest personalities I’ve ever played RPGs with. http://www.oneshotpodcast.com/one-shot/77-three-rocketeers/
On twitter I got into a discussion about the Ghost from Star Wars Rebels. The conversation started about how Ghost would be represented in X-Wing Miniatures but quickly turned into me defending my hypothesis that Ghost has a cloaking device of … Continue reading
Josh organized a special storytelling Christmas special where we played a new horror game from J. Walton and some special guests told creepy Christmas stories. Check it out.
The last game I played at Metatopia was Novapunk, a forthcoming dystopian cyberpunk fantasy game from Legendsmiths. Shane Harsch, whom you may remember from my write up of How to Make Hacking Interesting in RPGs from my Friday Metatopia panels, … Continue reading
Yesterday I ran an incredibly early version of Three Rocketeers on the One Shot Podcast. Spoiler: it didn’t suck!
Hyperreality is a bonkers, gonzo game of reality game show parody. Tim Rodriguez, of Brooklyn Indie Games and Dice + Food + Lodging, ran a play test session for Adrian Stein, Quinn Murphy, Fred Hicks, Julia Ellingboe, and me. If Spın̈al Tap turns it up … Continue reading
The one game I preregistered for at Metatopia was Mark Diaz Truman’s By the Book, a Powered by the Apocalypse game of straight cops in a dirty city with a budding vigilante/superhero loose on the streets. The major influence here … Continue reading