I think I am obligated to say: I'm not affiliated with Paizo in any way. No"review" materials were provided by Paizo prior to this writing. Here is ae link to the official Paizo information about the Starfinder game. I bought the book from Amazon. I get nothing from your clicking on the links contained in this blog. I am quite obviously not a professional reviewer, all opinions in this piece are just that..My personal opinions. I think that covers my rear-end sufficiently.
RPG A Day 24: What makes an RPG book special in your eyes?
This is a pretty easy alternate question to answer for me. I did not want to answer the original one about a PWYW publisher because it does not really inviteread more
#RPGaDay 2017: Which RPG Has the Most Jaw-Dropping Layout?
I think this question is interesting because it calls out a problem I think the industry as a whole has — the need to make game books look like art books. (Tales From the Loop is essentially a game built around an art book, for @#$% sake!) By focusing on slick art ...read more
RPGaDAY Nineteen, Twenty, and Twenty-One
Which RPG features the best writing? This seems to be another way of asking which RPG do I enjoy reading the most, and there are a few which top the list. I have enjoyed reading Shadowrun RPG material over the years, because they use the conceit that what you are ...read more
RPG A Day 2017 August 11
RPG A Day, 2017 August Eleventh (Belated) Prompt: Which ‘dead game’ would you like to see reborn? That is not dead which can eternal lie… So, again, way too many choices… Arduin: In 2010, Emperor’s Choice finally published Arduin Eternal, …read more
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