Occasionally a tabletop role playing game will appear out of nowhere and immediately distance itself from its peers. Today’s review, Overlight, is perhaps the quintessential example of unconventional fantasy. It has been sitting on the back burner of my review schedule for some time, yet never out of mind. Today is the day to getContinue reading “Overlight: Review”
When you think of horror and role-playing games, I bet one of the first thoughts that come to mind center around the likes of cosmic horror, made popular by the works of H.P. Lovecraft. Titles like Call of Cthulhu have ascended from cult status to nearly the gold standard of horror RPGs despite being aContinue reading “Alien the Roleplaying Game Review”
While talking to a friend not too long ago, the subject of BattleTech came up and I was reminded of a particular TTRPG book called BattleTech A Time of War. Even though this edition has been surpassed by another book called MechWarrior Destiny, I find the original fascinating. After borrowing a copy, I decided toContinue reading “BattleTech A Time of War Review”
Over the past few years, I have noticed a considerable uptick regarding the conversion of nostalgic intellectual property into TTRPGs. To my complete surprise, I was told that Power Rangers is now a role-playing game along with Avatar the Last Airbender, and Alien! So without further ado, grab your skintight body suit… It’s MORPHIN’ TIME!Continue reading “Power Rangers the Role Playing Game Review”
Mothman reviews the tactical action RPG known as Rangers of Shadow Deep. Its everything you wanted from Warhammer Quest, but more!
Today’s review is a S.P.E.C.I.A.L. one for me. I have been a fan of the Fallout series since the first incarnation back in 1997, and much like exposure to the FEV, I have witnessed this series mutating over time to incorporate interesting, and sometimes frustrating changes. Truly, the only title I have not played inContinue reading “Fallout the Role Playing Game: Review”
Mothman reviews Legends of Avallen, a TTRPG inspired by Celtic Mythology in Roman Britain.
The Mothman once again brings the setting of Mordheim to life with rules to incorporate Witch Hunters into the mix.
Mothman bring to you some rules for incorporating the City of Mordheim into Warhammer Fantasy 4th edition! It brings everything you love from the tabletop game into your TTRPG!
Mothman reviews Adrenaline: Near Future, Forged in the Dark. A high octane, contemporary cousin to Blades in the Dark.