Greg Costikyan gives a shout-out to everyone’s favorite ancient Sumerian God-King. His thoughtful review is also reprinted in the Charlotte Examiner. It’s pretty cool to see a newspaper carrying Greg’s column!
Flames Rising has a nice, thorough review of The Shab Al-Hiri Roach.
Gamegrene Likes the Roach as much as The Roach likes Gamegrene. Thanks! “The Shab-al-Hiri Roach’s is rules-light, focusing more on the narrative, and resorts to dice only to solve the central conflict of each scene. It’s a great game for
From Nemomeme: ” It was extremely cool, but I especially felt the “pang of the one-shot” with this game. By that I mean I’ve really begin to realize how much I prefer a game that goes for three or more
Seth Ben-Ezra and his crew have been playing Grey Ranks, and producing some remarkable actual play commentary. Session One | Session Two | Session Three This is very detailed, insightful observation. If you’re wondering what playing Grey Ranks is like,
The Shab-al-Hiri Roach is included in the Critical Hit Gift Buying Guide for Games. We’re certainly in august company!
C.W. Richeson has given Grey Ranks a very good review over at rpg.net. “…I have been very pleasantly surprised with how well done Grey Ranks is. It focuses on the journey of the characters and all the high emotions they
“”Grey Ranks – I’ve not even written up the review for it, but I’m telling you this game is impressive. It treats it’s subject matter with respect while managing to be both informative and entertaining all the way through. Play
Thomas Ulricht has written a review of Grey Ranks over at rpg.net: “If you want to experience some deep, heartbreaking stories with your friends, then look no further than Grey Ranks.”
Grey Ranks is getting some attention in the podcast-o-sphere lately. 2d6 Feet in a Random Direction interviews Travis Farber, a playtester who has good things to say. The Voice of the Revolution has a very favorable detailed review as well.