The good folks over at Pelgrane Press have given us an advanced copy of Cthulhu Confidential to review. Since there's no better way to experience a game than to play it, we've decided to do just that before we review. Rudy Basso will run James Introcaso through a mystery that comes with the book. This is a unique system made for one GM and one player!
You can watch us play Cthulhu Confidential LIVE on the Don't Split the Podcast Twitch channel at 1PM Eastern on Thursday January 26th. We will post the video to YouTube after it's recorded so you can watch later. Thanks to the great folks at Pelgrane for letting us play their new game in public!
But wait, what exactly is Cthulhu Confidential? Check out a description from the Pelgrane Press website below:
Cthulhu Confidential, the flagship title for GUMSHOE One-2-One, is now available for pre-order! GUMSHOE One-2-One is designed for two players: a GM and a player who takes the role of a solo investigator, solving Mythos mysteries. In Cthulhu Confidential our PCs are hard-boiled shamus Dex Raymond, investigative journalist Vivian Sinclair, and private eye Langston Montgomery Wright.
A review of Cthulhu Confidential will be released after the actual play as an episode of Table Top Babble.
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James Introcaso explains that Table Top Babble is an RPG advice, news, reviews, and interviews show that discusses the latest trends in the best kind of games.
Table Top Babble is a new weekly show from veteran podcaster, blogger, and game designer James Introcaso that's all about table top RPGs. Each week James will interview a top name in the industry or assemble a panel of experts to review and discuss the latest products, trends, news, and advice. If you liked listening to James Introcaso on The Tome Show's Round Table podcast, you'll love Table Top Babble. The show launches in early 2017 with an interview with fifth edition Dungeons and Dragons lead designer, Mike Mearls.