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 →

Hacking Into Cryptomancer

Mixing sci-fi and fantasy is often a risky gamble, but it has worked for some stories. Having the game Cryptomancer described to me as “Computer Hacking Meet Tolkien,” I was already wary. I am admittedly not a fan of Tolkein, and Shadowrun often comes off as too clunky for my taste, so I wasn’t sure... Continue Reading →

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