Is this working?

By Heath | October 11, 2011 at 5:21 pm

Hang on kids, I’m making sure this thing is alive.

Probable Down Time

By Heath | October 10, 2011 at 6:38 am

Our hosting company has to perform some surgery on the site. They say things and I be all like “Yeah I’m gonna act like I know what that means,” but I don’t. So the site’s gonna be down for a little while. Just letting you know.

RPG Land Now Rated E for Everyone

By Heath | April 1, 2011 at 9:27 am

We’re saddened by all the [spelunking] profanity here at RPG Land.  Many [icky] game review websites maintain family friendliness, but now at RPG Land, we’re taking it up a [loving] notch.  Not only will the “big” ones be censored, but their common substitutions will also be scaled back.  You can sit down with the whole [loving] family and read this site now.   The meanings of our sentences will still be perfectly clear, without you running into words referring to men’s and women’s [special belongings], no descriptions of [hygienic items], or people [boating] their [bunny bananas]  with [pastries].

Don’t read

By Heath | July 11, 2010 at 1:44 pm

Hey guys, we’re currently sweeping up the place and getting rid of some stupid Java crap that keep popping up in certain browsers (though it doesn’t seem to bother users of Firefox, the consensus champion of browsers).  Chrome identifies it as malware, though I’m pretty sure if Chrome could read the crap we post, it would have been doing that for years now, so this is nothing to be alarmed about.

For now, just do what 4 out of 5 doctors recommend and stay off of RPG Land.  Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter dealies for when we bounce back.

Update:  As you can see here: even Google agree as of today RPG Land is safe.  Although we still have our bug busters on it to look through all the smallest darkest corners.

RPG Land launches “Can You Do Our Jobs?” Contest

By Heath | January 4, 2010 at 11:29 pm

We here at RPG Land have a lot of reviews. A lot crappy reviews. A lot OF crappy reviews. Yeah, see what I mean? We’re like stubbing our faces on our monitors when we right these…WRITE these things. (Dammit.) Think you can do better? Well maybe you can, internet guy. Prove it, and you could win some pretty cool Final Fantasy stuff.
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Retraction: Gamega leak not entirely accurate

By Heath | January 3, 2010 at 1:13 am

Generally, our tips from industry insiders have been reliable. So much so, in fact, that I got pretty lazy in doing independent research and recently published something I shouldn’t have. Tetsuya Nomura did in fact promise announcements of currently secret game in 2010, but the part about having received requests for the title did not show up in the interview. We published this (as a rumor, not as news, mind you) based on a tip — and like I said, these have been historically trustworthy — but as you can see in reading the actual pages of the magazine, that part of his supposed quote is not there. The magazine has hit shelves, and upon good advice, looking at the pages shows nothing of the next game having been personally requested. This mixup was my fault for not waiting for the magazine to come out before posting the leaked “info.” When stuff like this happens, RPG Land will always be straight with you about it instead of just slash-and-burn delete crap like, oh, say, certain other places. Thank you all.

How to Hate RPG Land Like a Pro

By Heath | December 28, 2009 at 11:54 am

In the wake of our Final Fantasy XIII review has come a little bit of love and a whole lotta hate. Hate is fine; nothing wrong with that. But when hating, please make sure it’s for the right reasons. We see a lot of people hating for completely nonsensical reasons, so here is how to properly hate on RPG Land.
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Screw This Crap

By Heath | September 29, 2008 at 2:48 am

RPG Land–the website version–may or may not be unavailable for a little while, sporadically, while we fix some stuff.  You can still, however, pick up RPG Land The Magazine at our affiliated news stand, Free Papers Land.

The death of chibi cloud

By Michael | July 31, 2008 at 5:04 pm

Ding-Dong Cloud is dead…

Well folks it’s been a long time coming but the day is finally here. Our illustrious Phil “Martyr” Clayton began work on a redesign idea last year and we had a couple of starts and stops and a near completion back in November. We smoked bowls.  Bowls and bowls.  Somewhere between then and now, Phil’s excellent design was used as a springboard for what you see now, and we were all like “Whoa.”  Unrelatedly (not even just saying that, though it probably seems that way) Phil amicably moved on to his new RPG website The RPG Observer (
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