Archive | September, 2005

Interview with author Christopher Golden

Posted on September 30, 2005 by

Horror author Christopher Golden tells us about his many Buffy: the Vampire Slayer novels, his work on Hellboy and the upcoming Ghosts of Albion RPG from Eden Studios.


Mechanical Dream Review

Posted on September 25, 2005 by

For those unfamiliar with the RPG world, players assume a character and play a game while “in character” reacting to other players, as well as to situations laid out before them by the GM of Game Master.

While the realm of RPG is best known because of Dungeons and Dragons — a game that is in its third incarnation, and spawned the very entertaining movie of the same name — it is far from the only offering in the field.


Interview with freelance author Patrick Younts

Posted on September 22, 2005 by

Patrick tells us about his work on many Mongoose Publishing d20 products as well as writing for the Scarred Lands setting from Sword & Sorcery Studios.


Interview with freelance author Aaron Dembski-Bowden

Posted on September 19, 2005 by

In this interview Aaron tells us about his work on Werewolf: the Forsaken and Dark Ages: Fae for White Wolf Game Studio. We also talk about writing full-time for Morrigan Press and get a few details about some of the upcoming Omni System titles.


13th Hour (Midnight Syndicate) CD Review

Posted on September 6, 2005 by

Haverghast Mansion sits beyond a path through the mist, where crickets herald your coming and cascading violins cry of deadly possibilities. “The 13th Hour”, a “haunting blend of horror movie music, dark orchestration, and chilling sound effects”, is more than just a group of sounds thrown together on a page. It’s a purposeful collection of music designed to tell a story from the first song title to the next. Songs like “Mansion in the Mist” conjure images of a Victorian mansion decayed through time and neglect, flow into the next by an expert set of unseen hands.


Interview with game designer Clash Bowley

Posted on September 6, 2005 by

Clash tells us about his company, Flying Mice LLC and the RPGs that he has worked on, including Blood Games, Starcluster and more.


Dracula’s Revenge Review

Posted on September 4, 2005 by

Dracula’s Revenge is an adventure-style board game, the first in the Gothica line of games from Human Head Studios. Set in Victorian England, Dracula’s Revenge takes you into the heart of the conflict between vampire hunter and hunter.


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