Two of the biggest hits coming from the new surge of online tabletop gaming programming unquestionably are Wil Wheaton's Tabletop and the D&D live stream Critical Role, both from Geek & Sundry. Today, Legendary Pictures announced yesterday their new video-on-demand service Alpha which includes big changes to these shows. The service will cost $4.99 a month and give early access to many Nerdist and Geek & Sundry shows including Co-Optitude, The Dan Cave, and Because Science two days before they're released on other outlets such as YouTube. But the two biggest names have bigger changes coming.
[ENN] The Kickstarter for the second edition of the seminal roleplaying game Scion from Onyx Path funded its $25,000 goal in under thirty-eight minutes from its launch. Scion 2nd Edition is an update to the award winning Scion roleplaying game originally from White Wolf where the players take on the roles of demigods wielding vast god-like powers, described by some as "If World of Darkness decided screw the Masquerade, let's break stuff!" due to the over-the-top nature games can take on.
Hello everyone, Darryl here with this week's gaming news! D&D got a big mention at the Emmy Awards thanks to Game of Thrones, Wizards of the Coast answers more than 20 new rules questions and offers a playtest build for an improved Ranger class, Paizo and Obsidian Entertainment launch their first app game, Discworld and Mars Attacks are coming to GURPS, Evil Hat has two games exploring a world filled with giant monsters, and more!
Hello everyone, Darryl here with this week's gaming news. D&D is a finalist for the National Toy Hall of Fame, Pathfinder runs a celebrity game at DragonCon, Ultra PRO buys yet another game company, TimeWatch has a release date as does OGRE Sixth Edition, En5ider has a gift for you to celebrate a landmark feat, the Great Gaming Challenge wants to publish your game, Myriad Games faces a lawsuit, and much more!