SR 16 was kind enough to reach out and send a review pdf of their soon (4/29/21) to be released RPG, Space Street. It’s a dystopian sci-fi film noir, which is like putting a bunch of genres I love into a blender, so I knew I had to check it out. Space Street is playedContinue reading “Space Street, a Review”
The mothman reviews Dishonored The Role Playing Game by Modiphius Entertainment: A grimdark, steampunk setting based on the popular videogame series.
Mothman reviews Altered Carbon the Role Playing Game: a cyberpunk dystopia with a generous helping of transhumanism.
A review of Beak, Feather & Bone. A map labeling, rules light RPG.
Recently, we were granted a preview pdf of ARC [Created by Momatoes in partnership with Exalted Funeral Press], one of the most anticipated TTRPGs of 2021! At the time of this review it should be noted that our preview copy may not 100% reflect the final printing, so our opinions are solely based on whatContinue reading “Sneak Preview of ARC TTRPG”
In Necronautilus, “players act as souls bound to clouds of noxious gas called Death Agents, exploring a universe outside of time consisting of planets full of creatures who ended up there when they died. While using their Words of Power to act on behalf of the blind god Death and maintain order in a post-death galaxy,Continue reading “Necronautilus – A Review”
This is a review of Abzu’s Bounty, a multi-part, pre-made adventure taking place in The Expanse.
I wrote about The Dark Lord when it was still a kickstarter. Last time I mentioned it, we were still in the funding phase of the kickstarter. Well, I got my PDF and put together a review (physical copy pending). The pitch is simple. You play a council of big bad evil folks, out toContinue reading “The Dark Lord, A Review”
This is the first time that I have ever reviewed a TTRPG based off a series of novels (and TV series) that was inspired by a TTRPG campaign originally GM’ed by the author. This is also the case of another TTRPG funded by Kickstarter, and apparently met and exceeded it’s goal within one hour! InContinue reading “A Review of The Expanse RPG”
After my last review of a Menagerie Press product, I signed myself up for notifications and backed a second as soon as it was announced. This is two for two for them with the sort of high concept D&D I’m a sucker for. And once again, they don’t make you wait until level 20 toContinue reading “Review of The Dream Prison”