An legal battle over the control of the Lovecraft game has gotten stranger, with the studio advocating against buying the game on Steam.
New rulebooks and designers' notes are making horror RPGs a more inclusive and healthy hobby.
The new detective game from the team behind the Sherlock Holmes series is full of hard choices and complicated morality.
H.P. Lovecraft was a virulent racist, so how should we look at games like the recent ‘Call of Cthulhu?’
It has no interest in challenging or engaging Lovecraft's racist worldview, and mechanically it's all over the place, but there's enough interesting pieces here to make the journey worthwhile.
'The Sinking City' and 'Call of Cthulhu' take similar inspirations, but serve different fantasies.
1968 was a landmark year for chalking up all the cool stuff ancient peoples did to extraterrestrial encounters.
Someone set an H.P. Lovecraft poem to the karaoke classic, and the results have driven us beyond the realms of madness.
How the Victorian Era endures as the classic setting for mystery and murder.
The 'From Beyond' screenwriter tells us why the goofy, sexy, sci-fi movie is still fresh 30 years later.