Building a character is an RPG rite of passage and when done right it can be one of the best parts of playing a game, but there’s always some weird stuff that sneaks in on the periphery. This list includes some of the strangest we’ve come across.
7 Secrets from the Final Fantasy series that were discovered in the games code and were never meant to be seen by players.
Now that things have settled, watch us unbox.
Are you the type of gamer who enjoys space pizza, Toejam and Earl, and yelling at piss-poor police dramas? Then you’ll enjoy the latest edition of Robotic Gaming Monthly, so come check us out!
What films do you think are ripe for ripping off?
Sorry, but it’s hard not to be cynical, knowing full well that if the new all-female Ghostbusters takes off there will be merchandise galore
From board games to RPGs, action figures to adaptations – and in one case, even the rumors we long to hear – it’s a varied, insightful and excitable sneak peek.
A look back at the worst things in the world of tabletop gaming in 2014, from Kickstarter failures to the infamous GamerGate controversy.
Putting together a list of the best hobby game, and game related, products of 2014 wasn’t an easy task. In order to make the list manageable, I gave myself three rules. First, I was going to group related products. Second, I allowed myself to select 21 products instead of a more reasonable 10. Third, I didn’t select any official Pathfinder gaming material. I created that third rule because if I didn’t, the list could have easily been filled with nothing but Pathfinder stuff. Paizo put out some great products this year, but Topless Robot readers already know that.
Here are 21 products I think made 2014 the best year ever to be a tabletop gamer.
Seven examples of bad lightsaber designs from the Star Wars expanded universe