Gen Con, the world’s longest-running convention devoted to tabletop gaming, began in 1968 and, fifty years later, can’t be stopped by anything, not even a global pandemic. Though the proliferation of the vaccine means life is slowly returning to normal in 2021, Gen Con will be moving forward with a
Since Microsoft isn’t willing to do anything with Banjo and Kazooie beyond license them out for Smash games, it falls to their creators to carry on with two knockoffs, Yooka and Laylee. So far, Playtonic Games — a game studio made up of ex-Rare employees — has whipped up two
Earlier this year, Renegade Game Studios released three expansions for their Power Rangers: Heroes of the Grid tabletop game. Now they’ve combined those expansions, along with the main game and some brand-new content, into a gigantic Megazord subtitled Rangers United. The package includes the base game, the Dino Thunder pack
Last year Mythroll Armory introduced the Tin20, a sheet of thin metal that fits in a wallet and folds into a D20 die when punched out. The idea was to always carry a spare in case your original dice get lost. A practical invention at a cheap price, the Tin20
If you’ve been looking for a jump-in point for the liveplay series Critical Role, the time may be approaching. The players have wrapped up the Mighty Nein campaign that made up their second season, and they’re about to launch a shorter, less dense mini-campaign. Exandria Unlimited will be just eight
A Fast & Furious tabletop game? What a great idea! You would look for the rulebook, but there wouldn’t be one…there would barely be a GM, who would describe the scenario before just letting your imaginations run with it, attempting to top each other with increasingly outrageous stunts and maneuvers.
You can’t keep a Battle Wizard down, and that’s why Cryptozoic is preparing an unprecedented SIXTH tabletop product for them…and this time they’re giving it the subtitle ANNIHILAGEDDON 2 — XTREME NACHO LEGENDS. Cryptozoic says this new game is intended to work as a stand-alone, but is also compatible with
Free League unveiled Ruins of Symbaroum, the 5E version of the popular tabletop game, about a month ago, and launched its crowdfunding campaign a couple weeks later. The campaign is now in its final days, and has hauled in way over its asking goal: $424,512 as of this writing and
CMON is the name of both a tabletop gaming studio and a publisher: they’re behind such titles as Zombicide, Blood Rage, The Others, Rising Sun, Massive Darkness, Arcadia Quest, Dark Age and Rum and Bones. Now they’re setting their ambitions on a certain Marvel property where the sound effect “SNIKT”
So you’re in the mood to play a tabletop game based on an anime…but which one? There are so many popular properties out there. Why not choose “ALL OF THEM” with the upcoming tabletop game LokDown? Developed by game design company Nor Cal Mythos in California, LokDown creates a world
2021 is a good year to be into Scott Pilgrim. The movie is coming back to theaters, the video game is finally getting a rerelease, and the Scott Pilgrim miniatures game, previously only available through the Kickstarter campaign that happened back in 2019, is now available at hobby shops nationwide.
Despite the date, it’s no joke — Free League has another Symbaroum product in the works. The tabletop publisher unveiled Ruins of Symbaroum, the 5E version of the game, today, and a crowdfunding campaign is planned for later in the month. Whatever you do, always heed the warnings spoken by the