In case you missed it, there’s a new Call of Cthulhu video game in the works, developed by Cyanide studios. Can this video game bring you into that same realm of atmospheric mounting horror? Find out in this in-depth look at gameplay and dev commentary.
We caught up with the folks behind the award-winning Delta Green, the Cthulhu Conspiracy game that casts players as agents in the government as they work to combat creatures of the Mythos in the modern day world.
Fantasy Flight Games has announced a brand new edition of the Arkham Horror Board Game. It’s a return to the classic setting and this time things are getting modular!
Check out this week’s hottest board games and take a detailed look at Cthulhu: Death May Die.
Seriously, this miniature puts the great in Great Cthulhu. And, predictably, this massive mini is a Kickstarter Exclusive, so back this new game of eldritch horror and cult rituals while the backing is good.
Cthulhu comes to Pathfinder by way of the designer of Call of Cthulhu. So grab this book and put the Great back in Great Old Ones. The Stars are Right, what are you waiting for?
The HP Lovecraft Historical Society has partnered with Chaosium (publishers of Call of Cthulhu) to bring to life a beloved adventure–Masks of Nyarlathotep. Listen as a doomed investigation brings doomsday nigh.
Fantasy Flight Games is expanding their Arkham Horror Files universe with some great Lovecraftian Fiction.
This week–Cosmic Terror and The Terror of the French Revolution…and Occult Wilderness in Pathfinder.
Freshly declassified casefiles here, get ‘me while they’re hot. Check it out folks!
Five RPGs enter…five RPGs leave, because this isn’t the Thunderdome. There is only one winner though.
2017 was a good year for RPGs. Come and see our top 5 for the year.