In case you haven't heard, which I hope you already have because we talk about it alot, GPNetwork (which we are a part of) has launched a Roku channel in beta to test the bugs. The first major update has happened, and we are glad to say we have a home on the app as well.
As August 2nd nears, we are looking forward to getting our grubby little hands on the Pathfinder 2.0 playtest. In case you haven't heard, or have been living under a rock... They are coming out with a new version. Hence the name Pathfinder 2.0. You can listen to us talk about it, or you can listen to the guys that are responsible for bringing this into our lives. Like I said before, we are looking forward to seeing the new edition and participating in the playtest. So without anymore adu, here are the guys that know more than we do.
Gearing up for the first live convention appearance this year. We are taking it slow this year due to all the content we are working on for the new Roku channel, the podcasts, films, and more... but we are taking a break for a great local convention InConJunction 2018. It is their 38th year, and the second year for us to be in attendance in some fashion. This year we are broadcasting live from the con floor, and doing a live podcast event on Saturday afternoon at 3pm in the video room.
It is a cool local event, and tickets are really reasonable. Come see us live.
Small update on the GPR live show at GenCon 2018. We will be talking to a representative from White Wolf about their newest edition of Vampire the Masquerade. V5 is quickly becoming a favorite as we worked through the playtest bundles provided by White Wolf on their WorldofDarkness.com domain, and we hope to get our hands on the full copy to see all the changes and updates to the setting. Join us Saturday night at 7pm in the Lucas Oil meeting room 1. Also joining us will be Bret Robinson, creator of the Submerged: Echo 51 card game, talking about his game and the film that inspired it.
Currently, the minds of GPFilms have been cooking up a new series of videos called "Movies from the Game Room". A sort of movie spotlight show, with the added benefit of spotlighting a table top role-playing game that compliments the movie. While we play host to the film, we also talk about the chosen RPG and give some details on the company, system, and play. So if you like older movies, and older games, this will definitely be something of interest. Stay tuned for more information, and remember to check the GPNetwork page for any further information.