The June issue of Game Trade Magazine [had] a special feature on everyone’s favorite big green guy, the Hulk, in honor of the impending Ang Lee film. A PDF of the article [used to be available] here and it [had] game stats for the Hulk in four flavors: Mutants & Masterminds (done by M&M’s own Steve Kenson), Champions, SAS, and Marvel’s new RPG.
We don’t speak French, and Google didn’t do the best job of translating the site, but Mutants & Masterminds has been picked as Game of the Month on the French roleplaying site, roliste.com. Sweet!
The Final Round of voting in the Origins Awards ends June 1, so if you haven’t yet voted for your favorite new superhero RPG, now’s the time!
Mutants & Masterminds is nominated for three awards:
• Best Role-Playing Game
• Best Graphic Representation of a Book Product
• Game of the Year
In case you haven’t noticed on the big gaming news sites, or on GreenRonin.com, or in the Mutants & Masterminds forum…
Green Ronin Publishing is looking for dedicated, enthusiastic volunteers to join our official Green Ronin game support and demo teams!
We’ve just launched a new feature on MutantsAndMasterminds.com: an art gallery for fan-generated art! The gallery is designed just for Mutants & Masterminds fans to show off their handiwork, whether it be drawing, painting, 3-D character rendering, Micro-Heroes, miniature conversions, or whatever else you all come up with. We’ve been amazed at how creative M&M’s fans are, and we wanted to help you show off your talents. Hope you like it!
Welcome to MutantsAndMasterminds.com, the center for everything Mutants & Masterminds on the Web! We’ll be adding cool new content all the time, so come back often. And tell your friends! 🙂
Mutants & Masterminds was recently placed at #2 in the Top 5 Superhero RPGs in the Roleplaying Games section of About.com.
Also, recently on GamingReport.com M&M received an honored post at #3 of the Gaming Top 10 list for Super-Hero Based RPGs.
Not a bad reception for one of the new kids–we’re honored to be included in both lists!
You’ve begged, you’ve whined (well, not you–but that M&M fan over there did), you’ve cajoled, and finally we’re givin’ up the goods.
Today we have an interview with Dan Brereton, Nocturnals: A Midnight Companion artist and co-author. Read along as Dan talks about the Nocturnals and the orgins of the name Brereton, and answers the ever-burning question, “Just how crazy is Rob Zombie?”.
The interview was conducted by TS Luikart, Skull & Bones designer and Nocturnals fan.