World War Cthulhu:The Darkest Hour has recently received two excellent reviews on rpgnet:
By Mike Thorn: http://www.rpg.net/reviews/archive/16/16079.phtml
"World War Cthulhu - the Darkest Hour provides you with the tools you need to run a Call of Cthulhu game in World War Two, but it does so within a very specific and narrow focus. It encourages games set against a background of desperation, where trust is in short supply and where players must use both subtlety and tact to defeat both human and eldritch horrors."
And by Kafka:
"If you are looking for a dark game grounded in the Second World War of espionage and wartime commandos – this is certainly your game. If you are looking for playing pulp games with one-dimensional characterization of Nazis/Germans/Russian or French – this will not be your game. This book preserves what is great with Call of Cthulhu – investigation with a very shadowy milieu whilst preserving opportunities for heroics of small squads fighting a two front war. "
Thanks to the reviewers for taking the time to look over World War Cthulhu:The Darkest Hour, it's always appreciated!
Paco from GMS Magazine and Podcast recently unboxed The Doctor Who Card Game, and was kind enough to video his thoughts. Check it out.