Posts Tagged ‘Game Cryer’

Do RPG Books Answer Your Questions?

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

When picking up a new roleplaying game, I have two related questions in mind:

(1) Why is this game fun?

(2) What can I do in this game? (more…)

Allan Sugarbaker and David “Zeb” Cook join Game Cryer

Thursday, January 15th, 2009

Allan Sugarbaker has agreed to act as content editor at Game Cryer. Allan served as tabletop games editor at for 2 years, editor for Game Buyer for 2 years, Administrator/Review Coordinator at RPGnet for over 5 years, and continue as Editor/Founder of

Veteran game designer David “Zeb” Cook will also contribute regular reviews of wargaming products. David’s name graces the credits of too many products to list. We’re excited to be working with him.

Game Cryer: Quality Game Reviews

Saturday, January 3rd, 2009

A few months ago, I asked about game reviews and whose opinions you trusted.

Based on the feedback I received here, and other venues, I compiled a list of names – people considered to be the best. I approached each of them and asked if they would like to be a part of a new site that focused on quality game reviews. Many of them agreed.

Are you interested in quality game reviews? Come to Game Cryer (Game

Current list of contributors:
– Gerald Cameron
– Dave Chalker
– Brian T. Clements
– Michael Erb
– Chris Gath
– Mark Gedak
– Ken Newquist
– Pookie
– Allan Sugarbaker
– Andy Vetromile

Up first? Gerald Cameron reviews Draconomicon I: Chromatic Dragons.