2014’s New Year, New Game Sale on DriveThruRPG this week!

Posted: January 7, 2014 by pointyman2000 in Articles, Legend of the Five Rings, Numenera, Part-Time Gods, Roleplaying Games, Savage Worlds, World of Darkness
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DriveThruRPG‘s annual New Year, New Game Sale is up and running, with 50% off the price of over 80 different corebooks both new and old!

This year’s sale has excellent titles that I can personally recommend that are worth checking out if you don’t have them yet:

Legend of the Five Rings 4th Edition

A permanent fixture in my top 5 rpgs of all time, L5R presents a rich and unique pseudo-japan setting where honor is a force more powerful than steel.


Monte Cook’s Numenera is weird science fantasy writ large. Set so far in the future that technology and magic are one and the same, Numenera is D&D turned on it’s head with interesting mechanics that reward exploration and discovery over just combat.

Part-Time gods from Third Eye Games

Imbued with the spark of divinity, player characters step up onto the grand stage of godhood in Eloy Lasanta’s Part-Time Gods! Modern sensibilities play with mythic themes. Definitely a solid player in the “modern gods” genre of games that holds its own alongside Scion and Nobilis.

Savage Worlds Deluxe: Explorer’s Edition

If you’re looking for a rules-medium game that can run any genre, then Savage Worlds delivers fun without the mechanical complexity of other systems. I’ve had a great time running Savage Worlds before, and the system is well supported with imaginative and interesting settings like Deadlands and Solomon Kane!

Werewolf: The Apocalypse 20th Anniversary Edition

20 years is a long time for a game to exist, but Onyx Path injects new life to Werewolf: the Apocalypse in the definitive new volume that compiles the very best of Werewolf. Those who haven’t gotten into it before, or missed out on this Classic World of Darkness line will do themselves a favor by picking this up.

Little Wizards

Kids and Adults will love this game as it presents an interesting world full of opportunities for all sorts of adventures, while giving vital advice to the adults on how to run kid-friendly games!


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