Category Archives: RPG review

Sword Quest – FB Game Spotlight Review

The game starts off immediately after a small intro, and following your fathers footsteps you start off immediately after you move to Feludia to your fathers workshop. “In hopes to become the greatest sword crafting smith..”   You are greeted by a very typical anime-esque girl who tells you she is to help you and is our fathers… Read More »

D20 Attack App – Damage and Attack Manager

Apps are the new everything these days, the good ol’ phrase “I have an App for that” is not only humorous but true, and it’s no different in the gaming world. I have apps that hold spells, maps, sound effects, and even a back up of my character. You can practically play the entire game on your phone!… Read More »

Hellish Dungeons Review + Giveaway!

Here we are again with another review from IndieBundle.org! Today I’m reviewing something I think you guys will like a bit more than the last, seeings as they all seem like classic RPGs, the Hellish Dungeons Bundle! This Bundle includes 99 levels to hell, rogue’s tale, and Guy vs The Wicked and Nefarious Land. We were able to… Read More »

Steam Craft – The Steampunk tabletop RPG Review

Steampunk culture has been around for awhile, but recently it has been given more light and credit. I see it pop up more often then I had ever anticipated, The idea behind steampunk is that instead of advancing as much as we did with electricity and other things, we instead continued with steam-based industry, often this is set… Read More »

Enhanced 4E – Combat In Motion Review

When I was first approached with this eBook I thought it was something completely different than what I got, what I got was 80 surprising pages filled with stuff to wrap my brain around, and giving me a new look on combat and movement, Enhanced 4E Combat In Motion by Christopher F. Ash is exactly what it says… Read More »

Magicians RPG

Learning a new language can be difficult, and people integrate it into so many things to try and make it easier. Things such as dvds, music, audio, video games, etc. but Magicians RPG adds learning a language hand in hand with doing what we love most, a tabletop RPG. You can take a look at the kickstarter for… Read More »

Edna and Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes Review

I’ve never been too horribly good at point and click adventure type games but I found in my youth that one I enjoyed was Monkey island, a great series, quirky, and something I always enjoyed and had to finish to the end, Edna and Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes is probably the only adventure game since that has given… Read More »

Way Walkers: Choose your own adventure review!

So I had a rather unique review waiting in my inbox, at first when I searched around the website and images I felt a little underwhelmed, everything seemed in a small stage, but I knew that everything deserves a good chance, so I delve into this head-on. Also, here’s their facebook page.  The Way Walkers App/choose your own… Read More »

Review – Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Advanced Race Guide (OGL)

   Earlier this month Paizo released a anticipated sourcebook, the Pathfinder RPG: Advanced Race Guide. The book not only offers hundreds of options to play more than 30 already defined races, but also contains a system to create entirely new races if we want.    I’m really a big fan of using exotic creatures in my games, both… Read More »

Review – In The Company of Lurkers (PFRPG)

  Earlier this week Rite Publishing introduced a new playable race to the Pathfinder roleplaying game with the release of the In The Company of Lurkers sourcebook. I think these secretive creatures could provide interesting character options both for players and NPC-s.    The lurkers is a race which was created by an accident from gnomes and cloakers,… Read More »

Review – FotTS: Smiles-Under-the-Bed (PFRPG)

   On this week Rite Publishing released another expansion for their Faces of Tarnished Souk NPC series for Pathfinder,  FotTS: Smiles-Under-the-Bed. As always, the supplement contains a high level character with her extensive statistics and background information, so we could readily use it in our campaigns.    The current character is a cat-like nightmare, called Smiles-Under-the-Bed, who is… Read More »

Review – Pirates of Legend

   Mongoose Publishing recently released a new addition to their successful Legend RPG, bringing players to the high seas of the Caribbean. The new sourcebook is titled as Pirates of Legend, and it’s enable us to play in the golden age of piracy.    Pirates of Legend is the second sourcebook for the game which deals with a… Read More »

Review – 101 Not So Random Encounters: Urban (PFRPG)

On this week Rite Publishing released a new supplement for Pathfinder, titled as 101 Not So Random Encounters: Urban. From now on the players have a chance to run into various monsters in the middle of the city, most of them disguised as something else.    The book focuses on the members of on branch of the Fold,… Read More »

D&D Next Playtest 1st – before the adventure

   As you surely already know, the D&D Next playtest officially began, and the playtest material is (more or less) available for download from Wizards. And what’s even better, it doesn’t have an NDA attached, so we are free to discuss our thoughts and experiences!    For my part I plan to present multiple articles about D&D Next… Read More »

Preview : The Monsters of Endara (PFRPG)

   Today I’m taking a look at the preview of an upcoming new setting for the Pathfinder roleplaying game, Monsters of Endara. This new setting is called Masters of Endara, and the designer, Chris A. Field, decided that a glimpse on the strange creatures of the land would give us some insight about his world.    I have… Read More »

Review – Scions of Evil (PFRPG)

   On last week Raging Swan Press released a great collection of villains and minions to face heroes in any Pathfinder campaign. On it’s nearly 200 pages, Scions of Evil offer enemies for any adventuring party from lowly kobolds to the irresistible force of a balor lord.    I think that we can’t have enough ready to play… Read More »

Review – Way of the Samurai (PFRPG)

   This week Rite Publishing released a new Pathfinder supplement for their Kaidan setting: Way of the Samurai.  This new sourcebook by Jonathan McAnulty is both a faction guide to the samurai clans of Kaidan, and both a supplement to support oriental – mainly samurai – characters.    Visually Way of the Samurai provides the same excellent quality… Read More »

Review – So What’s The Demi-Human Called, Anyway? (PFRPG)

   On this week Raging Swan Press released another Game Master resource, So What’s The Demi-Human Called, Anyway? for the Pathfinder roleplaying-game. Written by Creighton Broadhurst this little supplement help us, Game Masters against a common foe : names.    In an average campaign the players meet dozens of NPC-s from major villains to the common blacksmith. While… Read More »

Review – Wayfarers Game Master’s Reference Book

   As I promised last week, now I continue my Wayfarers review the Wayfarers Game Master’s Reference Book. You may check out the first part of the review here. This book supposedly contains all information to run an extensive fantasy campaign with the system, and maintaining the game world.    To reach this goal the guide contains two… Read More »

Review – FotTS: Po’Kesteros, the Lostling (PFRPG)

   Rite Publishing released another NPC supplement for their Faces of Tarnished Souk product line : FotTS : Po’Kesteros, the Lostling. For now this high-level NPC series for Pathfinder features an interesting half-elf with extreme luck who could have a strange effect on the character’s life. The character    Po’Kesteros is an interesting character, who could serve many… Read More »