I don’t know about you, but I really enjoyed our Call of Cthulhu adventure that we played for the Major Spoilers Critical Hit podcast. If you are like me, you are ready to start your own game, and over the last couple of days, I’ve come up with five game hooks for Call of Cthulhu that mash pop culture and Lovecraftian horror.
In this installment of Critical Hit – A Major Spoilers Podcast: Howard reads from a tome, and the results are horrifying. Visit the Major Spoilers store for Critical Hit and Major Spoilers merchandise! Character sheets are available at Patreon.com/MajorSpoilers
If you follow this site, you know I’m a big Cthulhu mythos fan. That’s why I’m excited to see what comes from the Cthulhu – Depths of Madness video game. The new trailer is here, and it definitely brings the creepy.
In this installment of Critical Hit – A Major Spoilers Podcast: Dr. Bradley Will takes Rob, DnDBrian, Stephen, and Amanda on an adventure through the world of 1926 Los Angeles in this Call of Cthulhu adventure. This episode of Critical Hit is brought to you by HelloFresh.com. Use the code CriticalHit35 to save $35 on your first week’s delivery.
Are you playing Mansions of Madness Second Edition? The app driven board game has been a big seller, and Fantasy Flight Games has announced the first full expansion will arrive in early 2017.
What is the problem with horror games that use the Cthulhu mythos? Extra Credits examined the problem (and a possible solution) in a video from a few years ago, that still makes sense today. Or maybe it doesn’t make sense, and you are just going mad… MAD I TELL YOU!
Playing games set in the world of Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos continues to be a big deal. Fantasy Flight already has Eldritch Horror, the Call of Cthulhu card game, Elder Sign, and others, and now the company is set to take us back to Arkham with Arkham Horror: The Card Game.
If you’ve been interested in seeing what a Call of Cthulhu video game would look like, the first trailer for the game has arrived. The E3 2016 trailer for Call of Cthulhu, the official video game adaptation of Chaosium’s pen & paper RPG, rises from the depths. Developed for consoles and PC by Cyanide Studio in Paris, Call of Cthulhu will offer an RPG-Investigation title, packed with psychological horror and stealth mechanics. Cyanide Studios brings to life a disturbing world that players will have to explore and investigate while Cthulhu, the Great Dreamer, prepares its awakening. Today’s E3 Trailer
No, you are not losing your mind, there is a Call of Cthulhu video game being developed by Cyanide Studio and Chaosium, and the first images from Darkwater Island, have finally arrived.
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