I'm reading it now (in the middle of "The Jermyn Horror"). That review points out something not...
Here is the first (very long) review Iíve found for it. He seemed to really like 3 out of 5...
When I ran my first Trait of Cthulhu session, I just said to myself: "It's big, and it has tentacles. You don't need to know more."
I've heard the early Alone In The Dark series are quite Lovecraftian but haven't played them myself.
The second of the original x-com games
End Times is a good place to start.
Here you have the scenarios. And here they are in spanish too.
And there is a lot of
Where the hell is a publisher to take my money for this?
I knew the rules before reading the book. I had read several forums and blogs, so I guess that's why. In fact, I started playing (as Keeper) even before
Sorry I haven't gotten back to you sooner; I'm getting snowed under with work at the moment.
I'm pretty sure I found the adventure: "A
I am very excited about this release in paper. I will work over one of the local game shops to get me one. I almost just bought one on-line yesterday
Hence we get Stephan King's Pet Semetary (sic).
I'm a huge fan of X-com enemy unknown actually. Was my favorite game last year. I've tried the orgionels but there a little dense to go back and play
So, I had my first game as a player in a while, joining an established D&D 4e group. One of the players was using a dice app on her tablet (that she'd
War of the Dead - Chapter One: And The Dead Shall Walk The Earth.
A rather freeform session of Cthulhu by Gaslight using the newspaper...