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We’re back after a little rest with a slightly-later-than-normal update! (Can I just say that I highly recommend holidays? — Amy) This week we’ve got a fair bit of early D&D history, with a focus on the game’s contentious authorship. Notably, an article from Kotaku argues that Dave Arneson was the real genius behind role-playing…

Read More 26 August—2 September 2019: Dave Arneson, Tariffs, Crunch

This week we see some big changes in the world of actual play streaming, some new digital platforms (the good, the bad, and the ugly) which could be relevant to gamers, and a whole host of new product announcements (including a large number from Wizards of the Coast). Streaming Streaming network, Project Alpha, is shutting…

Read More 25 February–3 March 2019: Project Alpha closes, Ghosts of Saltmarsh announced, Facebook takes on Patreon

Editor’s Note and Content Warning: We usually stick the most important story at the top of the page, but this week that story is about sexual abuse and assault. We understand that many of you might not want to be faced with this, especially after a week when the subject has dominated our social media…

Read More 11-17 February 2019: #AbuseIsNotAGame, Roll20 Data Breach, IP

Statistics Fantasy Grounds have released statistics on the top-played games on their platform in 2018. The top three places (D&D 5e, Pathfinder, and Savage Worlds respectively) are unsurprising, while Starfinder rose to fourth place over the course of the year. In an interview with EN world, Luke Crane, head of games at Kickstarter and RPG…

Read More 21-27 January 2019: Stats, Community Content, Gen Con Indy