Palladium has been producing table-top role-playing games for decades, consistently putting out some of the most imaginative game settings on the market. For our first review of their products, we chose the incredibly unique sci-fi/horror game Splicers. Interested in Splicers? You can pick it up in PDF at DriveThru RPG Check out our other RPG related news: Our weekly role-playing review and news column Review of horror game Splintered Goodhood Our recent interview with former
Zombie Mondays Every week, this column is dedicated to zombie-related fandom, and we often use it as a forum to highlight lesser-known tabletop role-playing games that focus on horror. This week, I'd like to call attention to something a bit more mainstream in the role-playing game world, that's not often associated with horror--Paizo's popular new game, Starfinder. Though, this game is decidedly in the science fiction genre, it deserves attention for it's amazing potential a
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Zombie Mondays There were too many highlights at the Connecticut Horror Fest on August 27 to list. Ricou Browning, who played the Creature From the Black Lagoon, was just one of the horror film luminaries that was signing autographs and talked about his career during a panel discussion. But without a doubt the most anticipated guest speaker for many of those who attended the event at the Matrix Conference Center was director George A. Romero -- director of 'Night of he Living