On Game Balance In Tabletop RPGs
I am old, I am old. So the youngsters I shall scold.
Remember the board game Descent? They not only fixed it, they Star Warsed it.
For about six months in the late 80’s, this is how I answered the phone.
On bundling spoilers with your Limited Edition game.
Arkham Origin’s DLC Mission “Cold, Cold Heart”
On Candy Crush
The Hand Of Fate First Impressions
Free Associations On Valentine’s Day Games
The best games for airplanes.
The joys of going home again. Well, dying again. Well, more like being dead again.
The joys of slot machines in handheld RPG games.
Argh, the games you just can’t stop playing despite yourself.
Remember back in 2012 how we were bummed that Cyberpunk 2077 wasn’t coming out until 2015?
Today isn’t about the videogames as much as the fact that Paul Stanley made a Folgers commercial.
Remember Bad Mojo? Golly, I sure do!
Advancements In Board Game Theory
Oh, Steam sales… you will be the death of me.
“Why aren’t there any Lawful Good undead types?” is a question that we’ve all asked ourselves, isn’t it?
Ubisoft looks at EA, says “I can top that.”
We’re close enough to Dragon Age: Inquisition coming out to start complaining about it.
Steam has Vampire: The Masquerade on sale for $5 for Halloween! If you haven’t played it, you need to!
Okay… so now the pressure to switch to the next gen begins in earnest.
Heroes VI gets some things right and some things wrong…
Heroes of Might and Magic VII? But, but… I’m not done with Heroes of Might and Magic VI yet!
Shadow of Mordor is not out for the 360 until November, apparently. Thank goodness for Wasteland 2!
Comparing the next generation to the last generation (and the one before that, and the one before that, and the one before that…)
Wasteland 2 is *FINALLY* out!!!
When you have to do a full restore of your gaming rig, there’s this lovely feeling of freedom.
Yes, I’m still mad about Mass Effect 3.
How much scarier is freedom for a robot than it would be for a human?
Five Nights At Freddy’s and the true face of terror.
Sometimes, you need a game for when you have very, very, very, very little brain.