PlayStation 4 players have had to wait to get their taste of the Forgotten Realms and Neverwinter. But they can belly up to the bar today to celebrate the launch of the MMO. The free-to-play Dungeons & Dragons title from Perfect World offers all nine of the expansions previously released. Show More Summary
The gates have officially opened for Neverwinter on PS4! Step foot into the Forgotten Realms to begin your adventure through ancient cities, sweeping fields, and fiery mountains.
The Dungeons & Dragons team has rounded up a new group of rogues, hard-drinking fighters, and wizards—as well as Chris Hardwick—to set off into the Forgotten Realms on a new adventure. Nerdist and Geek And Sundry are co-producing Force...Show More Summary
Neverwinter is a free-to-play MMORPG that transports players into the Forgotten Realms, where they will explore a fully realized experience based on the Dungeons & Dragons franchise. When Neverwinter arrives on PlayStation 4, it will...Show More Summary
Last Summer, when Warner Bros. got the rights o make a new Dungeons & Dragons movie, it seemed like a pipe dream. But now a director has been hired and a trip to the Forgotten Realms is closer than ever. Read more...
The new Dungeons and Dragons movie set in the Forgotten Realms world is reportedly close to getting a director. Rob Letterman is close to signing up to direct the movie. Letterman is responsible for CGI movies Monsters vs. Aliens and...Show More Summary
Warner Brothers are reportedly close to greenlighting the Forgotten Realms/Dungeons and Dragons movie they've been developing recently. Warner Brothers secured a deal last year with Sweetpea Entertainment and Hasbro/Wizards of the Coast...Show More Summary
The first film to be set in the FORGOTTEN REALMS.
I had all sorts of plans for how to progress with the telling of my adventures in Eberron and the Forgotten Realms. I sat down to start talking about the various classes and why I was having such a very difficult time deciding between them, and to go into more on how different statting choices [&hellip
Sword Coast Legends is a one-to-four-player RPG set in Dungeon & Dragons' Forgotten Realms. In Sword Coast Legends, you play as a member of the Burning Dawn -- a small adventurers' guild that has recently fallen on hard times (we're talking nightmares and murder).
It’s like if you took a Drizzt Do’Urden Forgotten Realms book and mashed it together with Lost in Space...
The fifth edition of Dungeons & Dragons is taking a need break from the Forgotten Realms setting with their next adventure book, Curse of Strahd. Castle Ravenloft, first introduced in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons in 1983, will usher new...Show More Summary
As anyone who has performed genealogy or local history research can attest, there are often realms of the past that we did not know about, have forgotten, or simply do not understand. Nevertheless, it is imperative to determine how this type of local-level information can be stored and made accessible.
There’s no question LEGO builder Ivan Angeli is into Dungeons & Dragons and its Forgotten Realms setting. His gigantic, awesome D&D diorama is the proof. Read more...
Question: As game master, do you ask your players to come over and play “Dungeons and Dragons,” or do you say, let’s play “Airship Defenders of the Forgotten Realms”? In other words, does presenting a specific campaign arc, with stated...Show More Summary
Aside from a bit of Baldur's Gate and Neverwinter Nights, I never had the chance to play most of the Dungeon & Dragons game that came out for the PC. GOG.com and Wizards of the Coast are giving people the option to revisit these classics...Show More Summary
GOG.com has released 12 classic Dungeons & Dragons video games, some of which date back to the 1980s. Forgotten Realms: The Archives - Collection One includes Eye of the Beholder 1, 2 and 3. Forgotten Realms: The Archives - Collection...Show More Summary
Eye of The Beholder 1-3 and 10 more digital titles in the Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms series are now available on GOG. There are three collections, each one containing a set of Strategic Simulations, Inc. D&D titles which are making their debut digitally. “The quest for Forgotten Realms: The Archives was a grueling, perilous […]
By now you've heard the news that Warner Bros. has apparently won out a lengthy and complex legal battle to gain the rights to produce movies set in what has the potential to be the nerdiest movi...
The mighty battle for control of the Dungeons and Dragons film rights that has raged since time immemorial - or maybe for about two and a half years - has ended with an unexpected ceasefire and coming together of the former battling parties. Show More Summary