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10 of the Best

Whether your alter-ego is a hapless bank robber, doomed investigator of the paranormal or tech-obsessed hacker, there’s an RPG out there for you. Here are ten titles you shouldn’t pass up the chance to play

1 DUNGEONS & DRAGONS

Let’s get this one out the way first, shall we? Dungeons & Dragons is the obvious choice, but it’s the obvious choice for a reason. Flexible, simple to get to grips with and backed up by more than four decades of supplements and adventures, the world’s biggest RPG has never been better or easier to get into for newcomers thanks to its fantastic fifth edition and a slew of new digital tools to help first-time heroes jump straight in.

Play if you like: Fantasy, magic, never being short of new quests, Satan (just kidding)

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January’s issue of Tabletop Gaming includes an exclusive preview of post-apocalyptic miniatures game Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, a chat with Mice & Mystics creator Jerry Hawthorne about his latest tale Stuffed Fables, a delve into the dark world of fake board games – including tips on how to spot a counterfeit in your collection – and much, much more. Reviews include Azul, Pulsar 2849, Civilization: A New Dawn, Dungeons & Dragons: Xanathar’s Guide to Everything, Indian Summer, Clank! In! Space!, Queendomino, Raxxon, Hunt for the Ring, Photosynthesis, Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate and many more.