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.
I do enjoy a good pulpy detective tale, and I also enjoy tales involving the Cthulhu mythos. When Dark Horse announced Weird Detective by Fred Van Lente and Guiu Vilanova, I knew someone got their peanut butter in my chocolate.
In his house at R’lyah dead Cthulhu scored a hat-trick in a single game.
Ben Templesmith has unveiled the Tentacle Rising collection at his website, and one of the new items to make note of is a pair of leggings with a tentacle design wrapping around them.
Everyone knows that coffee is the work of pure evil. So why not drink your morning Cup of Joe, from a coffee mug fitting an elder god?