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Call of Cthulhu

Call of Cthulhu: The Card Game (Fantasy Flight Games)
Elliott reviews the Fantasy Flight Games LCG based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft, Call of Cthulhu: The Card Game.…
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It took a while but it's time for a new episode with reviews of The Golden City from Z-Man Games and Final Frontier from Victory Point Games.David Brashaw and Leonard Boyd visit, from across the pond with Elliott to discuss designing the upcoming Discworld themed Z-Man release, Guards! Guards! …
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Wow! Has it been 30 years already? Time sure flies when you're having fun. It seems as if it were only yesterday when I was standing in the middle of the long defunct The Sutler's Wagon (which used to be located on Central Avenue just off of Belmont in Chicago) with money burning a hole in my pocket…
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Ok for the acronym challenged, I’m talking about collectible card games, living card games, and deck building games (I made the last acronym up, feel free to enjoy).…
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The Gaming Gang's own Elliott Miller has made his first appearance as a guest reader on the HP Lovecraft Literary Podcast with Chad Fifer and Chris Lackey.…
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This time around the show clocks in at a monster two plus hours! Don't get too used to that long of a show but because we had loads to cover we just couldn't fit it all into our normal sixty minute format. We have reviews of Popular Front and Last of the Independants from Numbskull Games, The Call o…
New Masks
[caption id="attachment_2559" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="New Masks"][/caption]To celebrate the 25th anniversary of its release Chaosium is bringing a new printing of the classic Call of Cthulhu campaign, Masks of Nyarlathotep, to store shelves. I personally believe that this is the g…
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I still remember the first time I held Chaosium’s Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game in my trembling hands. Alright, I’ll be honest, my hands weren’t really trembling. They weren’t trembling because at that moment, back in 1981, I had no idea of what in the world Cthulhu could be or who H.P. Lovecraft…
Ah, the Old KB at Harlem and Irving Mall Where Most of the Gaming Gang Used to Pick Up Amazingly Cheap Boardgames
As someone who has spent well over three quarters of my life playing all manner of games I find myself surprised by many of the responses I get regarding our wonderful hobby. One common reaction that leaves me scratching my head normally comes from those who you’d think would be very open minded and…

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