Last Wednesday, Jeff Rients gave us a link to Lamentations of the Flame Princess, a publisher of old school gaming goodness. They appear to have but a single product in their inventory so far: The Random Esoteric Creature Generator for Classic Fantasy Roleplaying Games and their Modern Simulacra.
Yeah, try saying that three times fast.
Anyway, RPG.net has posted a review of TRECGfCFRGatMS (That's not much better, is it?) by Jason Vey. Mr. Vey likes it and finds it "useful, not just for the oldest edition of Our Favorite Game, but for pretty much any kind of fantasy, horror, or esoteric sci-fi game you'd like, of almost any system out there." He does, however, ding it a few points for presentation (which he admits is probably hampered by a lack of resources) and the author's somewhat foaming-at-the-mouth ranting against more successful game publishers in the introduction.