Category: Review

Torchwood Exit Wounds Ten Second Review

I’ve just watched the climactic final episode of Torchwood. In short, it was a brilliant end to the best series so far, marred by a huge, gaping illogical plot point that could so easily...

What Would You Do With A Harmless Tyrannosaur

Around October 2007, the Creative Conclave released something rather special to the world. For just a week or so, the Lazy GM Halloween Special was available for free download, and I’d guess from the...

The Famous Five

Where nowadays kids’ heads are fully of Harry Potter and Dark Magic ™, in my childhood we were wowed with innocent tales about and antics four kids and a dog. The Famous Five by...

My Big Fat GP2X Review

Here’s a question for you. How much would you pay for a gadget which lets you play divX movies, anywhere? How about if it played mp3s too? What if it’s screen was as good...

The Doom of Listonshire: A great RPG adventure

Necromancer Games are one of the best publishers when it comes to all things D&D. Partly that’s down to their dedication to the premise of “First Edition feel, Third Edition rules.”, but mainly it’s...

D20 Future Review

Oh dear oh dear. While d20 Modern is a glowing example of how to create a flexible role-playing system for a modern-age setting, it’s d20 Future supplement misses the mark, badly. It’s main failing...

All this and wordpress too

Disclaimer: This isnt a WordPress blog. I use OddMuse, a wikiblogging miracle that is Superman to WordPress Batman. But anyway. WordPress hit version 2 on 31st December, so I dutifully upgraded my own WordPress...

Destiny foiled

We watched Constantine last night. That’s the one starring Keanu Reeves where he fights demons, remember? Anyways, it’s a damned (pun intended) good movie, better than I expected. Cross Stigmata with Buffy and you’ve...