There's no shortage of zombies in gaming. But if you want a tabletop game with all of Return of the Living Dead's brain-munching verve, and a healthy dose of Night's paranoia, plus everything else in between, you need look no further than Eden Studios' All Flesh Must Be Eaten.
Escapist roleplaying expert Adam Gauntlett talks about the best there is and ever was in smart roleplaying, from horror to history and beyond.
Musician and tabletop RPG composer James Semple is one of the many whose imagination was snared by George Lucas very early on, but it was John Williams' score that opened his mind to bigger things.
If you are a battle-hardened dungeon master, then you probably already know these rules. But if you are new behind the screen, then you need to know what to do.
Taking on the role of England's Master Spy James Bond was never so easy as delving into the 007 RPG from Victory Games in the 1980s.
Why is Ravenloft one of the most beloved Dungeons & Dragons settings of all time? Well, let me tell you...
Remember when you were young and you were afraid of all those things that went bump in the night?
Ever wonder where they went?
You want action? Take a look at this guy Tobias S. Buckell, a Grenadian-born New York Times bestselling author, with 7 novels and over 50 short stories to his credit.
Adam Gauntlett speaks with the owners behind The Compleat Strategist, a friendly local gaming store in New York City.
The Christmas adventure is a long-standing tradition in many roleplaying groups... here's how you might spice it up a bit.
Wraith: The Oblivion is returning in a 20th Anniversary edition. What's the story behind this fascinating game, and why does it captivate still gamers two decades later?
After a massively successful Kickstarter campaign, Chaosium re-releases Horror on the Orient Express for 7th Edition Call of Cthulhu. Adam takes a closer look at the reprint and new scenarios.
What does it take to revive a classic roleplaying game? A lot less than it takes to raise a zombie from the dead.
A full rewrite of the text of dracula into a secret dossier for a vampire spy thriller might sound outlandish - and that's because it is. Adam Gauntlett interviews Ken Hite about his ambitious, amazing new project.
True, this is a horror game, but there's none of that Secrets Man Was Not Meant To Know crap here. Those heavily armed heroes facing off against Big Hairy know better. 'Dark Secrets? EAT LEAD!'