Coming To The Table For Peace Talks

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico,  22 July 2020 I've been a fan of The Dresden Files for a few years now,  especially with the two iterations of the RPG of the same name. Even with the two RPG titles that have come out over the last couple years, as well as the handful of short stories/microfictions, fans... Continue Reading →

Sharpening our Knives at Knightfall

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico,  24 June 2020 When you are surrounded by books and inundated with a backlog, sometimes it's nice to pick up a smaller indie title to unwind and try something new. Combine this with my workplace reopening amidst the various issues happening in the world, and a bit of escapism was absolutely... Continue Reading →

Life Between Two Worlds : Liminal

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico,  15 May 2019 Urban Fantasy is a genre of RPG I’ve reviewed on this site multiple times over the years, and for good reason: it’s an interesting premise, especially when done right, doubly so because it’s familiar. I’m sure we were all raised with hearing ghost stories, seeing horror movies set... Continue Reading →

Invading The Quest RPG

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico,  20 February 2019 Last year, I was keeping my eyes open for interesting, low cost games to pick up for review. One of my fellow gamers on Twitter shared a link for the Kickstarter for Quest, and while I was a bit wary, I really couldn’t resist. I mean, how many... Continue Reading →

Repeating the Signal: A SIGMATA Review

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico, 08 August 2018 I came for the 1980s Dystopian Cyberpunk, and I left with learning something new. Chad Walker’s newest game, SIGMATA: This Signal Kills Fascists, brings is a game that revolves around a tough to approach topic that both educates and entertains. Like his previous game, Cryptomancer, we find a... Continue Reading →

An Elaborate Tail: Mice & Mystics

By Carl Rosa, 11 July 2018 Mice and Mystics (M&M) is a game from Plaid Hat Games. It is designed as a cooperative game for up to four players (with the ability to squeeze a fifth in to maintain “the board”). The game features a fantasy-type setting where an evil sorceress queen named Vanestra is... Continue Reading →

Getting Fragged In Aeternum

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico 18 April 2018 This post has been a long time coming. I’ve heard of Fragged Empire some time ago, and while it pinged my radar, I never had the opportunity to really follow up on it due to difficulties in finding a copy and, of course, just the time to read... Continue Reading →

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