Wot I’m Playing Archive
Cleaning out the cobwebs in the gamer’s mind is a must sometimes, so here’s some quick hits on my thoughts about Mass Effect: Andromeda’s release, OOTP18 and more.
You know that you have too many games to play when you hear that the game you backed is going to be delayed from a March 15th Beta, and the feeling isn’t disappointment, it’s “Thank God”. But this summer’s going to be a good one.
Ok, it’s not even thanksgiving, and I’m in a gaming overdose that even L-tryptophan couldn’t put me to sleep from.. Let’s enumerate the gathering gaming gluttony glee …
Well, we are just about 1/3rd the way through 2016. Time flies when you’re having fun, huh? But there’s a lot of games to look forward to in the next four months. Here are some personal favorites.
My Sunday RPG group has gone through many iterations, but our core group loves 7th Sea. So to say we were very happy that 7th Sea was
So, as I said below, my first game of the Core Four in the Fifteen For February is Darkest Dungeon. A fun game where you inherit a mansion and surrounding land that unfortunately has gone to hell. Not sure if I mean that literally or not.
There is one thing my gaming group likes better then being your traditional Dungeons and Dragons group filled with strong warriors, crafty rogues (they really dislike being called “thieves” you know), powerful mages, and wise healers. That one thing? BIG STOMPY ROBOTS!.
Some early thoughts on the latest challenger to the MMO throne.
I was looking for a game to fufill my urge for action/RPG games, and to get me ready for the phenomenon of “Four in February” (where you try to finish four games from your backlog in February).. and I decided to go back to the first game in the
Games don’t have to be big and have hundreds of pieces to be an interesting boardgame.. they have to have a good theme, offer a variety of decisions to make, and be fun to play. This is true, whether it’s big (Slaughterball or Lords of Waterdeep come to mind,