And Licenses D&D Games
June 9, 2005
Hasbro has bought back the electronic game rights to its properties from Infogrames for $65 million; Infogrames acquired them in late 2000.
Than Non-Core Titles
June 1, 2005
Wizards of the Coast's Dungeon Master's Guide II was ordered in the largest quantities of any Dungeons & Dragons book (other than the three core titles) since 2002.
Dark Chronicles Trilogy
May 19, 2005
Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, co-creators of the Dragonlance world, will pen a new hardcover fantasy trilogy, The Dark Chronicles, for Wizards of the Coast.
For Comics and Graphic Novels
March 30, 2005
Devil's Due Publishing has announced that it is 'finalizing negotiations' to license the complete Dungeons and Dragons library for comics and graphic novels.
Plus CCG, Miniature, Board Game, and RPG Top Tens
March 30, 2005
ICv2 has released its 2004 market reports in the ICv2 Retailers Guide to Games #7, and the over-all market for CCGs, miniature games, board and family games, and roleplaying games was weak in 2004.
Players 'Susceptible to Influence'
March 10, 2005
The Israeli Defense Force discriminates against recruits who admit to playing Dungeons & Dragons.
And Why It's Curtailing Discounting (For Now)
November 14, 2004
Paizo Publishing's new online retail store risks alienating some of the retailers that carry Paizo's magazines, including Dragon and Dungeon . What makes opening the store worth the risk for Paizo?
To Sell Thousands of Game Products
November 11, 2004
Paizo Publishing has announced that it is planning to open an online store, offering 'thousands' of gaming products, at its Website located at Paizo.com.
Second Out Next Year
November 3, 2004
A third Dungeons and Dragons film is being planned by a division of Joel Silver's Silver Pictures.
Plus Top Ten Game Properties
November 1, 2004
The game market began a comeback in the third quarter after declines in most game categories in the first half of the year, ICv2 reports in the ICv2 Retailer Guide to Games #6.