The Major Spoilers podcast, Critical Hit, has been going strong since 2009 – that’s eight years! During that time, we’ve tried a number of systems, and we look forward to trying more. The world of RPG is wide and deep, with many systems filling your shelves and vying for space during your game night. Which brings us to the all important question for this week!
Dark Horse and BioWare have teamed up for new Mass Effect: Andromeda books that game fans will want to get their hands on.
Card games, especially deck building games, are still riding an all time popularity high, which is probably why Oni Press and Renegade Game Studios have announced Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Card Game.
Cyrptozoic Entertainment has announced the next crossover pack for the popular DC Deck-Building Game. The Rogues are coming!
During the heyday of Dungeons and Dragons 4e, players and GMs could go to DNDInsider.com and get access to nearly everything they needed to create characters and settings for the game. That service has basically been shuttered since the launch of D&D 5e, but this weekend at PAX East, Wizards of the Coast announced a new digital initiative – D&D Beyond.
If you want to add the Yellow King into your next RPG session, Pelgrane Press has you covered. The game publisher announced The Yellow King Roleplaying Game is coming soon to Kickstarter.
PRESS RELEASE – Being King is good. But being the King of the Creepies is even better. And you’ve got to be King, or else you’ll just be… creepy.
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.
PRESS RELEASE – You’ve “cat” to be serious when it comes to cracking the case. And there is no detective more serious than Purrrlock Holmes. That’s what this game is about: deduction, and ridiculously over-dressed cats.
If you were wondering how far WizKids would go for its Dice Masters line, it plans on keeping the game alive for a long time. To keep play fresh, and keep new players from being closed out by those that have every die released, WizKids is creating two modes of play; Golden Age and Modern Age events.
FIGHT! Check out this new Mortal Kombat fan film from Beat Down Boogie.