Tabletop Games

Fantasy Meets Reality In Time of Legends: Joan of Arc

by Peter Paltridgeon July 26, 2017
The story of Joan of Arc has captivated storytellers for centuries because it almost sounds too wild to be real. Recent adaptions have taken that element further by “enhancing” the historical events with explicitly supernatural elements. Sony’s Jeanne D’Arc, released in 2007 for the PSP, was a strategy game based on the Hundred Years’ War […]

D&D Management Goes Digital With “Beyond” App

by Peter Paltridgeon July 18, 2017
Wizards of the Coast, the current guardians of the Dungeons and Dragons brand, has resisted “modernizing” the mechanics of the game for a long time. A phone app could make all the rules, mathematics and inventory organization easier to manage, but the only apps out there were unofficial creations by third parties. Until today! Wizards […]

Cards Against Humanity: Strong Enough For A Man, Now Made For A Woman

by Peter Paltridgeon July 12, 2017
Anyone who has gone to a social gathering advertised on Meetup has run into Cards Against Humanity — a tabletop party game best described as a raunchier version of Apples To Apples. The shadowy organization behind the original has now introduced a new version, and I can’t do it justice better than they can: Everyone […]

For Those About To Roll, We Salute You! DM Tips: Putting Together a Campaign

by Kyle Thomason July 6, 2017
 So you’ve got a group together, someone has stepped up as DM and you’ve run some sessions.  People have played some different things, have an idea of who they want to be in-game.  Everybody is psyched and ready to go.  So what’s next?  Well, long term games are referred to as campaigns.  They span multiple […]

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Total Recall Enters the Tabletop Gaming World

by Peter Paltridgeon June 30, 2017
Total Recall is being made into a tabletop game. We mean the blockbuster mind-screw from 1990 starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, not the tepid remake that came out…sometime (it was so forgettable we don’t even remember the year). It would be cool if the object of this game was to figure out if you’re in a dream […]


Korra Is Coming To Tabletop Games; You Gotta Deal With It

by Peter Paltridgeon June 26, 2017
The Legend of Korra featured a professional sports bending league where players would meet in an arena and battle 3-on-3 using their elemental powers against each other. It’s taken this long for something from the Avatar-verse to be turned into a tabletop game….why not start with the most obvious choice? Soon you too will be […]

The Tomb Of Horrors Returns In D&D’s Next Module

by Peter Paltridgeon June 20, 2017
An old classic has received a new revamp in the new Dungeons and Dragons module from Wizards of the Coast. The Tomb of Horrors was one of the more challenging dungeons Gary Gygax created while he was still around to create them. D&D’s latest module, Tomb of Annihilation, brings the area back in a new […]

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Magic: The Gathering To Become An MMO

by Peter Paltridgeon June 7, 2017
Magic: The Gathering is one of the most popular card games in the world, boasting a userbase of over 20 million players across 70 countries. Attempts at game-ifying the franchise have been rare, but nothing on the scale of what Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios announced today: a Magic MMORPG. We’re not talking some […]

For Those About To Roll, We Salute You! DM Tips: Making A Ruling

by Kyle Thomason June 7, 2017
 If you’ve been tempted by these articles to get together and play, you’ve probably hit a point in a session where either the players or DM didn’t know how to make something “work”.  Maybe someone wants their character to do some crazy move, maybe the DM is trying to formulate the mechanics of a trap, […]

D&D Introduces Betrayal At Baldur’s Gate

by Peter Paltridgeon June 7, 2017
Avalon Hill and Wizards of the Coast have announced Betrayal At Baldur’s Gate, a new board game based within a popular locale in the D&D universe. If the title reminds you of the popular Betrayal At House On The Hill game, there’s a reason….it’s the same thing. For the unintiated, in Betrayal At House On […]

Game On Tabletop, A New Crowdfunding Site, Launches June 6

by Peter Paltridgeon May 31, 2017
As you know by now, Kickstarter and Indiegogo finance a lot of tabletop games. There’s so much out there that a French company has decided to create a new website devoted entirely to crowdfunding RPGs. Game On Tabletop is the name, it’s dedicated to funding tabletop gaming projects of all sizes, and it launches June […]

Introducing Ravage: Dungeons Of Plunder

by Peter Paltridgeon May 24, 2017
Artist Ian Schofield always wanted to illustrate a big tabletop RPG. But after years of waiting and searching, that job opportunity never presented itself….leading Ian to take matters into his own hands. He’s created his own tabletop game, featuring several gameplay styles for both co-op, versus, and single play (yup, you can play this one […]