Right, I know I said I’d do Alternate History and Pulp today. Then I realized what kind of trouble I got myself into. There’s an awful lot of this stuff out there right now! Okay, so no preamble, let’s just do this: Hollow Earth Expedition from Exile Games Fast, pulpy fun matched with an easy […]Read More [Gaming 101] Games to Start With Part 4: Alternate History and Pulp
The year is 1636 and France is a troubled nation. A great and terrible evil gnaws at its core and darkness stalks the land. All that stands between chaos and order are the King’s Musketeers. Explore a France of swashbuckling action, powerful magic, daring deeds, courtly intrigue, witty repartee, and vile monsters! The characters are […]Read More All For One: Regime Diabolique Now for Savage Worlds!
RPGs come in all kinds, but one particular distinction that bears paying attention to is if the game lends itself better towards mission-based play, or a more sandbox style approach. Mission-based games are those that often have the player characters taking on a specific role relating to a group of PC types that are meant […]Read More Missions vs Sandbox, What’s Your Preference?
In a little fit of pique from my selfish Id, I figured that I might as well make a list of games that I wish I was playing in right now. Take note that my Id is neither realistic, nor patient, nor does it give a damn as to how I could possibly play all […]Read More Games I Wish I Was Playing Right Now
This article was written for a review copy that was generously provided by Triple Ace Games. — The first thing that most people think of at the mention of Musketeers is the art of Fencing. Therefore it is no surprise then that All For One: Regime Diabolique has a supplement dedicated to further exploring the various […]Read More [Let’s Study] All For One: Regime Diabolique – Richelieu’s Guide to Fencing Schools