A group of intrepid Dungeon Masters are building a Dungeons & Dragons campaign based on the world of Destiny, a sci-fi franchise about shooting aliens in space and hoping that they drop things that will let you shoot aliens in space even more efficiently.
What’s it like playing a Dungeon Master for the first time ever? On this week’s episode of Kotaku Splitscreen, let’s discuss.
Hurricane Irma’s violent and selective deforestation of the woods surrounding my Atlanta-area home has left me without power for over 36 hours. One of the few saving graces has been knowing that once I got back to the new Dungeons & Dragons idle clicker, I’d have billions of gold waiting.
Last year the company responsible for D&D, Magic: The Gathering, My Little Pony and Transformers announced Hascon, a three-day fan celebration of the stuff it makes. Tickets for the Providence, Rhode Island show are now on sale, with adult three-day passes ranging from $165 to $600. Wow.
LEGO Library of the Undead. Awesome dungeon-style build by Deus Otlosus, that looks like an intense encounter straight from a classic RPG.
There’s now a d120 out there, made by the folks over at The Dice Lab, and while it’d be interesting to see what it could be used for during an RPG session, it certainly looks like a fun gimmick.
In Japan, 1986 was a momentous year for role-playing games.
There’s no question LEGO builder Ivan Angeli is into Dungeons & Dragons and its Forgotten Realms setting. His gigantic, awesome D&D diorama is the proof.
Now that Trent Oster and his team at Beamdog have finished enhancing Baldur's Gate and Baldur's Gate II, they're moving north up the Sword Coast for an enhanced edition of Icewind Dale, coming later this year to iOS, Android and PC.
IDW revealed the regular and variant covers for Dungeons & Dragons Legends of Baldur’s Gate #1:
Are you ready to RPG? ARE YOU READY TO RPG?
You might be surprised by how ambitious and detailed framedarchitecture's Civilization V mod is. While other mods only change a few things, his attempts to fully convert the entire game to one of the largest and most famous campaign settings Dungeons & Dragons has to offer: the Forgotten Realms.
Back in March at PAX East, Capcom announced the re-release of two of the greatest arcade brawlers of all time—Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom and Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara—in the Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara collection.
I kind of love the PBS Ideas series. It appeals both to my inner nerd (the child who watched Nova and 3-2-1 Contact incessantly many years ago) and to my current internet-based, short-on-time self.
I sat down in Perfect World's E3 demo room on Tuesday unsure what I should expect from Neverwinter. I remember trying Dungeons and Dragons Online back in 2006 when it was new, and I've poked ineffectually at Neverwinter Nights a few times in my life, but neither ever captivated me. I respected those games' goals, but…
In today's 88 percent durable edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Deuxhero wonders why game developers continue to include breakable weapons in their adventure games long after the novelty has worn off.
This isn't the first time Kotaku has posted about Allie Goertz. Recently, even! Last time, it was for singing about D&D. This time? More D&D.
Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale, released this week, provides a fun (if somewhat predictable) dose of RPG action based on D&D 4th edition rules. Team up with friends to save the Dalelands from the Zhentarim threat, and see how many times you laugh out loud at the stilted dialogue.
Goblins all around me, I be hacking them all up, hacking them all up...