Over the Top, or Over the Edge?

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico,  01 May 2019 Over the last few years, we’ve seen a number of RPGs getting the “new edition” treatment, and a large number of them were released or had Kickstarters over the course of the last year. I have a number of reviews of these books already, and there are many... 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 →

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 →

Top Line/Bottom Line: Evolve

By Michael Stoll 14 April 2017 Top Line: Evolve is a Left-4-Dead style co-op monster hunt with a few good ideas balanced out by a few bad ones, and the overwhelming variety of stuff can make the game prohibitively difficult to jump into. 2.5/5. Whenever games with enormous casts of playable characters come out, I... Continue Reading →

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