Category: Games

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COVID Clue

Too soon? Insensitive? Maybe. But imagining what COVID Clue might be like has got to better than watching another one of Trump’s insane press conferences from between my fingers.

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Yakuza and the One Good Mobster

The idea of the “good criminal” is frequently romanticized in fiction. Few games, though, have successfully captured that feeling the way Yakuza does.

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Saturday Morning Gaming: Gaming Frugally

A lot of people are out there right now with a lot of free time on their hands but they might also be in a place where they have to squeeze every single penny.

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The Stark Simplicity of Hungry, Hungry Hippos

As much as I love the complex, there are times when I just don’t need to be stuffing yet more information into my already over-crowded cerebrum. So, yes, there are times when I’m in the mood for Hungry Hungry Hippos.

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Nintendo Needs Mario Role-Playing Games

On October 1, 2019, AlphaDream Corporation, the team behind the beloved Mario & Luigi series of turn-based role-playing games, declared bankruptcy. This move surprised many and marked yet another crippling blow to fans of Mario RPGs,...

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Tenacity, Thy Name is Superfection

Symposium: Not only was the impossible possible, I could excel at something I had once truly believed I was incapable of.

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Not Sorry!

Board Game Symposium: Not sorry…Sometimes that is all we need and want, just a bit of badly needed fun.

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They Don’t Have a Clue

Symposium: There was a murder, and justice must be done. Someone killed Mr. Boddy in his own mansion. Trouble is, no one knows who…But I intended to tell them.

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Rolling The Dice On A Rainy Day

Symposium: The slow kid was just as fast as the fastest of the bunch when rolling the dice. The kid who was afraid to swing across the gully on a vine could take over the world in a game of Risk.

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That Time I Played a Game and Liked It

Board Game Symposium: If you ask me, the escape wasn’t just from an imaginary castle; it was from the ordinary, every day, mundane activities of life.