This week’s links include the sad tale of a former gaming superstar, good news for the gaming industry, and tips on giving your fourth edition D&D game that “Old School” feel.
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Rogue Games has just published The Haunted Chateau, an adventure by James Maliszewksi, whose blog Grognardia is considered one of the leading lights in the “old school renaissance” tabletop gaming movement.
Interplay and Bethesda games continue their legal battle over a proposed Fallout MMORPG.
2K Games has announced another installment of DLC for surprise video game hit Borderlands: Mad Moxxie’s Underdome Riot.
Here’s an interesting essay on the fourth edition of Dungeons & Dragons, and the changes it has brought to the gaming lexicon.
Publisher Green Ronin is now accepting pre-orders for an officially licensed tabletop roleplaying game based on Dragon Age.
Found video footage: an evangelical minister rails against Pokemon.
Gratuitous self promotion: I’ve uploaded a short video extolling the virtues of Reaper Miniatures’ Legendary Encounters line.
Just in time for the holidays, Penny Arcade shows us how the Illithid stole Lolthmas.
Kotaku reports that gaming industry employment levels actually rose in 2009.
How to give fourth edition Dungeons & Dragons an “Old School” feel.