E3 is right around the corner, officially beginning on Monday, but unofficially having already started. With that in mind, let’s make some bold predictions for the gaming industry!
I uhh... Really want a Switch now...
No, you’re right, I lied
What is up, Orcs and Ogres! Welcome to the 3rd part in a series about Tabletop RPGs! We are finally in the home stretch, getting to the nitty gritty. Enjoy reading, and feel free to...*roll* down to the comment section! Ayy... ;)
Hello & welcome! This is technically the 2nd part of my series about Tabletop Role-Playing Games, but let’s just pretend it’s the 1st, since Part 1 is like...SUPER boring. This will be better, promise. So, whether you love TRPGs or not, I hope you enjoy...or, like...I dunno. At least leave a comment.
I never really got into Tabletop Role-Playing- in fact I didn’t want to. Then over the course of a single year, not only did I realise that they were right up my alley, but I decided to make one. Welcome to my multipart series.
Hey... I just got the Discord app. Can anyone gimme the invite URL for here?
I’ve been sitting on this for a long while. But with the general, “pfft...meh, whatevies...” reception to Justice League, well... I might as well put this out there before it’s all too irrelevant, y’know?
My youngest daughter, Peeps, loves scary stuff. Movies, stories, games- all of it. Ever since she was 4 (she’s now 6) she’s loved Halloween because that’s the one time of the year that scary stories are ENCOURAGED, and out of all her friends, her stories are the scariest.
My youngest daughter, “Peeps”, loves scary stories, and out of all her friends, her stories are the scariest. In fact, back in June I had a neighborhood parent yell at me because my daughter told their kid a “very scary” story about a “man in the woods”.
I haven’t really been into Pokémon since Gen 2 (and haven’t played since 3). But there’s a certain feeling I recall from those days spent chasing monsters and I wanted to capture that feeling. Enter Kreechr Kechrz [Working Title], the game we’re making this time.
I’m in a K-Bar. I just finished a lovely rendition of Air Supply’s “All Outta Love” leaving floors suspiciously slippery, when I receive a call from the head hostess- her best friend, Katyana, may have been kidnapped. She’s undocumented, so the police can’t help. This girl needs me, as a cop I need to bust drug…
I’m not much of a turn-based JRPG player- I’m not really even a “good” gamer- but I am a sucker and a half for a good action RPG (especially western-made ones) and man, Kingdoms of Amalur really scratches that itch.
Powerful. Evocative. Raw. Intense. These are the words I would use to describe Maus, a comic by Art Spiegelman, and indeed many have. Given the turbulent times we find ourselves I would use one more word: TERRIFYING.
A reply for Michael Swaim.
I mentioned whoopee-making in the title so you know this post is about the barneymugging. So, fair warning and all. Now... Lets talk about sex, baby!
Fair bit of warning up top: Be prepared for tangents. It’s too late for reviews, so instead let’s have a conversation. Don’t expect many spoilers (from me [in the post, not comments]), but be prepared for that, too. I hope you enjoy.
Well, since we’re all fans of the Gaming Industry, how ‘bout: “Postponed Indefinitely/For the Foreseeable Future”? Important bit is right here in the opening, explanation follows for anyone who’s super nebby.
A real hero. A true...Patriot.
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