Category Archives: Reviews

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Review – The Thunderstone series

  Today I will take a look at the Thundestone series, released by Alderac Entertainment Group, one of the well-known successful deck-building games in the market. Since it’s release in 2009 the base game received four expansions and a second stand-alone set which integrates well with the base game, and currently one of the top 100 boardgames according… Read More »

Review – Arms of Legend (Legend RPG)

  On Monday Mongoose Publishing digitally released the second supplement for the Legend roleplaying game (check out our review here), Arms of Legend, currently available at DrivethruRPG. It’s contain many vital information about equipments, cohorts, animals, vehicles, magic items and many more topics, which are valuable for every Legend campaign. The book is coming in the same digest… Read More »

Take a look at Magic the Gathering: Dark Ascension!

  As you may already know, the new Magic the Gathering expansion, Dark Ascension is very close to release, with prerelease tournaments going on this weekend. The cards in the whole set are already spoiled by Wizards of the Coast, and we received extensive articles about the set, including an article about the mechanics, the regular prerelease primer… Read More »

Hostile Acquisitions – a Rogue Trader supplement in the world of the WH40K

Gothic pirates of the dark future just arrived: In the grim world of the 41st century of mankind, the servants of the God-Emperor of Terra are chasing the hereteks, and they are purging the unclean.Inquisitors, with the help of the self-sacrificing legions of space marines, make war with daemons and the alien races in a never ending struggle.… Read More »

Review – Burning Wheel Gold: Hub and Spokes

  The Burning Wheel Headquaters recently made available the Burning Wheel Gold: Hub and Spokes package, downloadable for free on RPGNow. Depending on the description provided in the product page it should be a free “beginner package” for the game, so you could try out the system and decide if you want more. Officially the release should contain… Read More »

Review – Trouble at Niven’s Creek (Wayfarers)

  With an interesting move Ye Olde Gaming Companye re-released their Trouble at Niven’s Creek adventure for the new edition of Wayfarers Roleplaying-game. Why it’s an interesting decision ? Well, because as you may check it on the Wayfarers product page, the new edition is not even released yet, but thankfully it will be available shortly. Hopefully the… Read More »

Fan-page review : The d20 PFSRD webpage

I want to offer to your attention a collector-site of free contents, which is under the aegis of the Pathfinder roleplaying-game. ( The Paizo Publishing launched the Pathfinder RPG at 2009. So, it was the year after of the publishing of the DnD 4th edition. Both released in August, with one year difference. Maybe the reason was that,… Read More »

Review – #30 Haunts for Kaidan (PFRPG)

  The #30 Haunts for Kaidan, released by Rite Publishing is an expansion for two of the publisher’s successfull Pathfinder product lines in a single book. While it’s expand upon the lore regarding Kaidan, their Oriental themed game setting, it’s also continues their successful #30 series. The #30 series already contain several books about haunts, based on if… Read More »

Mutants & Masterminds Threat Report #51: The Atom Family – Heroes in Threat Report ?

  It’s caused me a great deal of surprise, that last week Green Ronin published Mutants & Masterminds Threat Report #51: The Atom Family.   It’s definetly a change from what you would expect from the series. Why ? Because Threat Report series is about villains and vigilantes a player group may face, and are thought to be… Read More »

Review: The Lord of the Rings LCG – Khazad-Dúm Expansion

On last week Fantasy Flight Games released the first big-box expansion to the Lord of the Rings LCG, Khazad-Dúm. With this new expansion you may lead your heroes into the depths of Moria in a search after Balin and his dwarwen colony.   The Lords of the Rings LCG: Khazad-Dúm expansion, released last week has lots to offer… Read More »

Review – Shadowrun: Street Legends Supplemental

  It seems the guys at Catalyst Game Labs won’t take a rest : on 2nd of January they already released their first sourcebook for the year for their Shadowrun Twentieth Anniversary Edition roleplaying-game, titled Shadowrun: Streets Legend Supplemental.   Continuing on the same vein as Street Legends, Street Legends Suplemental introduces 10 new characters in the same… Read More »

Review – The Secrets of the Oracle (PFRPG)

Rite Publishing recently released The Secrets of the Oracle, a new Pathfinder supplement. Focusing on the title class, the book greatly expand upon the character options presented in Paizo’s core products.   The Secrets of the Oracle is Rite Publishing‘s new class based sourcebook in their Secrets series. We receive many new character options, including six new mysteries,… Read More »

Review – Shadowrun: Corporate Intrigue

At the very end of 2011 Catalyst released a new addition to their Shadowrun brand : Shadowrun Corporate Intrigue. Building on information provided in Corporate Guide, this sourcebook filled with adventure plots, NPC-s and the internal and external machinations of the megacorporations.   At 2011 December 27 Catalyst Game Labs announced the release of Corporate Intrigue, their new… Read More »

Review – 101 Hazards and Disasters (PFRPG)

  I think a Game Master need more than enemies to challenge their players. From a simple storm though diseases to supernatural dangers roleplaying games always featured challenges which couldn’t be overcome with stunning displays of swordsmanship, archery or offensive spells. 101 Hazards and Disasters really add a lot of options into the Game Master’s hand to make… Read More »

Review – Pathfinder Bestiary 3 (OGL)

  Player groups are always need more monsters and creatures to face, or only to meet in a memorable moment of a campaign. This is why we are always happy when we receive a new book filled with creatures. Pathfinder Bestiary 3 is the third monster book from Paizo, and it’s really filled with content which will make… Read More »

Review – FotTS: Bonetongue, Steward of Dead Dreams (PFRPG)

 Rite Publishing released a new Pathfinder supplement for their Faces of Tarnished Souk NPC series : Bonetongue, Steward of Dead Dreams. Regular readers may remember, that we already reviewed one book from the series, Kahrvass Fleymbrow, Smith of Burning Desire, which I think was a very good addition to the game. So, lets see if Bonetongue is as… Read More »

Shadowrun: State of the Art: 2073 review

Catalyst Game Labs recently released a new supplement to their Shadowrun roleplaying game – State of the Art: 2073. This excellent 41-page book is filled with many different kind of material, from current politics to new equipment, so it could be a great resource to game masters.   State of the Art : 2073 is a new sourcebook… Read More »

Review: The Waking Dead (All Flesh Must Be Eaten – Introductory Adventure)

Eden Studios released a free introductory adventure for the All Flesh Must Be Eaten RPG. In The Waking Dead players fight not only for their own survival, but for the future of humanity while trying to survive the zombie-apocalypse.   The Waking Dead is a completely free introductory adventure from Eden Studios to the All Flesh Must Be… Read More »

Review: 5 Room Dungeon – The Rabbit Hole (PFRPG)

Released by Rite Publishing, Five Room Dungeon: The Rabbit Hole is a 5 encounter dungeon for  levels 15 or greater characters, based on the original design theory of Johnn Four.   Rite Publishing reelased a short adventure for high level characters, Five Room dungeon: The Rabbit Hole. Within this quest the players visit Dream, a world of actual… Read More »

Review: The Secrets of Forgotten Magic Items (PFRPG)

  As regular readers may already recognized, I’m a big fan of Rite Publishing‘s products. I find most of them innovative, and a good addition to the Pathfinder RPG, and there is always something in their sourcebooks what I could call unique.If you seen our review about the 101 not So Simple Monster Templates, or the article about… Read More »