Feeling the Wrath and Glory of Warhammer 40,000

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico,  22 August 2018 As I have stated in the past, the theme of grimdark hasn’t exactly been my forte. But, as previously mentioned, I am a sucker for power armor and the aesthetic behind Warhammer 40,000 (40k). Once I learned Ulisses Spiele/Ulisses North America was releasing the new Warhammer 40k RPG,... Continue Reading →

Taking Off With Tachyon Squadron

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico, 27 June 2018 Being a sci-fi fan, I do love spaceships...and watching small fighters doing amazing things. There’s a great deal of sci-fi materials focusing around a group of pilots, their (mis)adventures, how they grow, cope with their losses, and still overcome whatever it is the Universe decides to throw at... Continue Reading →

Dungeons: The Dragoning. No, Really.

A few months back, I was talking to a few friends about a hairbrained idea I had for a Fate hack that would take the off-the-wall nature of "It's Not My Fault" and add another totally off-the-rails element to it. Namely, players would literally build a sci-fantasy universe as they create their characters (Mutant Gallifreyan... Continue Reading →

Battle of the Fandoms In Mini Form!

One thing sci-fi fans love to do is tear into each other about which sci-fi is the greatest, and we don't see a greater divide than the one between Star Trek and Star Wars fans. That said, there IS one divide regarding these two franchises that I want to talk about, and that's in their... Continue Reading →

Going to Mars for the Red Solstice

Sci-Fi fans know there are always certain tropes that will get attention. Aliens. Exploring or colonizing other planets (especially Mars). Super viruses that destroy all life. Space marines. Artificial Intelligence. A destroyed Earth. Disclosure: This review was written using a press copy of the game. The Red Solstice combines a number of buzz-worthy tropes into... Continue Reading →

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