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While today will see the Steam Next Fest arrive, Valve have more plans as the digital Tabletop Fest returns to Steam between October 21 - 25 and this time around it's all about the RPGs.

Kicking off at 10 AM PST / 5 PM UTC it will see a big sale with hundreds of titles discounted, so you might want to start filling up your wishlist. There will also be around 18 hours of streaming from developers, which is being done in partnership with Auroch Digital. Starting off with Robert Kurvitz, lead writer and designer on Disco Elysium.

Check out their teaser trailer:

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Might not be that kind of digital table top games, but this news makes me think about "Lord of the Rings: Journeys in Middle-Earth" which is one of our family weekend games, which makes me think about the Steam Deck... Could be a nice combination to replace the huge laptop/screen that I have to setup at one end of the table... Mmmm...


Last edited by Mohandevir on 1 October 2021 at 1:50 pm UTC
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Well, I'd be tempted to get Gloomhaven even though I play it in person with friends. We're almost done with the campaign (took us around 2 years). I have a couple of other friends, though, that don't live near me and would probably like to play online. I can easily say it's the best board game I've played to date. It does take a lot of time and commitment. I wonder if the computer version will be very flexible with "house rules" or not.
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