Thousands of people came together over the weekend for BLERDCON 2022, a fun and safe space designed to celebrate people’s diversity in color, culture, gender and sexual identities. And the convention just keeps getting bigger and better every year.
The BLERDCON 2022 convention was the largest yet for Washington DC. And beyond the fun, games and cosplay were plenty of interesting and serious panel discussions like the one about speculative fiction that our reporter attended.
The Game Wave Festival is an international event taking place for the second year in a row from September 27th to October 2nd in Tallinn, Estonia. The first three days of six-day-event are set aside for a dedicated game jam.
What started as a gathering of a few friends and musicians at the Southern California Renaissance Faire has turned into one of the most popular RPG podcast networks, the now famous Happy Jacks.
Gamers looking for comedy, role-playing and glorious geek culture should look no further than The Good Time Society. It’s the pure joy of nerd chic.
One of the most innovative games we have covered in recent years is Haunted West. That RPG was featured on two excellent gameplay podcasts that were fun to experience and featured some big names in the role-playing and RPG game making community.
The GiN Live playtest of the Role20 Dune RPG is going well. GiN readers who signed up to play with us are busy building their houses and conquering Arrakis plus all the political intrigue of that storied universe.
Gameindustry.com is reviewing the table-top Dune RPG using the Roll20 game system, and playing along with anyone who wants to join us! The first week went well as we got characters ready to put boots on the ground of Arrakis. This is our first report, and there is still time to join us if you want.
We at Game Industry News are looking at a novel way to review a table-top Role-Playing Game on Roll20, Dune: Adventures in the Imperium. We have opened a game on Roll20 and are asking you, the readers, to join us in game as we explore the system and the setting.
Blerdcon 2021 was a roaring success. As usual, the organizers and volunteers overcame many challenges, including COVID-19, and put on a great and unique show that was obviously loved by the community. It will no doubt be even bigger next year.