When I spoke with Randall I was fortunate enough to get the first look at the Masters of Orion deck building game. We get a sneak peak of Shadowrun Zero Day and we discuss Dragonfire.
I did get to play Dragonfire I will chat about that later.
I stopped by Queen games and spent some time with Travis. We started with Immortals. Then we moved to Captain Silver and Templars’ Journey.
It’s too early for me to say anything about immortals, I can say that Captain Silver is a blast and Templars’ Journey looks so promising.
I ran into Jason Hardy from Catalyst Game Labs at Origins 2017 and as always we had a great chat. One of the first things we discussed was the tarot deck – it’s beautiful. We also discussed Seattle Sprawl, Anarchy, and Cutting Aces.
I can’t wait to pick up Cutting Aces – I hope it’s as good as I believe it to be.
I caught up with Matt Hyra at Origins 2017, He goes over Masters of Orion, Rick and Morty: Anatomy Park, Attack on Titan: The Last Stand, and Train Heist.
Train Heist sounds like it’s a lot of fun.
In this Box Breaking Matt takes a look at Munchkin X-Men. Is the art going be goofy or traditional? Take a look!
The art is solid and I like the feel that it lends towards superhero.
I caught up with Tony Gullotti from Arcane Wonders at Origins Game Fair, where we played Spoils of War, and talked about the new Force Mage and Viral.
The Force Mage is quite sexy. Spoils of War is a great bluffing game – better with beer. Viral is very intriguing at this point.
In this Flip Through Matt Takes a look at Rifts Ultimate Edition. He chats about everything from art, to new rules, and the layout of the book.
I realize that this book has been out some time now, but I felt this could be beneficial for newer players.
PAIZO RETURNS TO FREE RPG DAY WITH OFFICIAL STARFINDER ALIEN PREVIEW MANUAL
REDMOND, WA (June 13, 2017): Paizo Inc., publisher of the award-winning Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, is proud to return to Free RPG Day as a Platinum-level sponsor with Starfinder: First Contact, an exclusive first look at more than a dozen creatures from the highly anticipated forthcoming science fantasy RPG Starfinder. More than 10,500 Starfinder: First Contact manuals have been provided to friendly local game stores participating in Free RPG Day and will be available June 17, while supplies last.
The Starfinder Roleplaying Game releases in August 2017, but the first aliens will land on Free RPG Day in Starfinder: First Contact, a 16-page manual previewing otherworldly foes, from the asteroid-dwelling sarcesians who ride solar winds on wings of light, to technomagical undead horrors capable of ruling forever as the sinister Bone Sages of Eox. Starfinder: First Contact includes:
- A dozen alien creatures from throughout Golarion’s solar system.
- Player-race information to let players be the alien, from the atrophied psychic creatures called contemplatives to the bug-like haan who float across gas giants on balloons of spun webbing.
- Instructions for easily converting Starfinder creatures into Pathfinder.
- Sneak previews of some of the new abilities and rules systems featured in Starfinder.
For more information about Starfinder, visit paizo.com/starfinder.
About Paizo Inc.
Paizo Inc. is publisher of the award-winning Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, Pathfinder Tales novels, as well as board games and accessories. The Pathfinder world, in which players take on the role of brave adventurers fighting to survive in a world beset by magic and evil, is currently translated into eight languages, and has been licensed for comic book series, graphic novels, toys, and apparel. Paizo.com is also a leading online hobby retail store, offering tens of thousands of products from a variety of publishers to customers all over the world.
Fireside Games is thrilled to announce the release of Kaiju Crush on November 1, 2017. Designed by Tim Armstrong and Justin De Witt (creator of Castle Panic), Kaiju Crush is a light strategy game with limited grid movement, shared objectives, and intransitive combat on a modular board.
Players choose 1 of 4 giant monsters to play and proceed to crush buildings and fight other kaiju for victory points. On each player’s turn, they choose to play either their own Movement Card or the Shared Movement Card to land on and crush a City Tile (a building). The player picks up the City Tile and drops a Territory Marker in its place. City Tiles score different points and Territory Markers can yield victory points based on Objective Cards, such as connected or unconnected Territory Markers, the number of City Tile Groups a player claims, and shapes created on the city grid.
Dungeons & Dragons loves the amazing video streams produced by our fans. This community-generated live-play highlights what’s fantastic about D&D—sitting down together with your friends to tell a grand story!
To celebrate, we’ve invited a bunch of D&D streamers and luminaries to Seattle, Washington to hang out and roll some dice on June 2nd and 3rd! This two-day event is called the Stream of Annihilation and it’s two full days of streaming that D&D fans won’t want to miss. We’ll have folks from Misscliks, Maze Arcana, Critical Role, and Dice, Camera, Action with Chris Perkins, not to mention international gaming groups like Yogscast’s HighRollers (U.K.) and Dragon Friends (Australia).