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Threads of Sanity #4

You can see the previous posts through this link. Here is the session recap of the fourth session. Deals were made and our heroes, and their new friend Barthus, head back to the cavern to close the shadow crossing that had been causing troubles in the village Tameron at the outskirts of lake Calenhad. After

Threads of Sanity #4

You can see the previous posts through this link. Here is the session recap of the fourth session. Deals were made and our heroes, and their new friend Barthus, head back to the cavern to close the shadow crossing that had been causing troubles in the village Tameron at the outskirts of lake Calenhad. After

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Review

It is not better yet it is not worse than its predecessor. It just provides decent enough experience for those who enjoyed the first one. That is Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II in a nutshell. Once again you find yourself in the boots of Starkiller, Darth Vader’s secret apprentice, even when the ending in

Threads of Sanity #3

Sorry for the late post. I’ve been really busy with lots of design work and the life itself seems suddenly be full of action. This was our third gaming session of Threads of Sanity campaign. You can see the previous posts through this link. Here is the session recap for the third session. Our heroes

Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 Review

I am a big fan of Naruto anime, but I know many who would beat crap out me because of that. Nevertheless I do believe that even if you don’t like the series, you can still enjoy a lot from Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2. The game is absolutely beautiful and the fighting system is

Threads of Sanity #2

Our second Forgotten Realms campaign continued yesterday. It pace of gaming was clearly faster and there was barely need to review the rules. I have to admit that I wonder how easily players can surprise the DM with their resourcefulness and good rolls. Here is the session recap: Village Tameron, a small murky village at

Threads of Sanity #1

Our Forgotten Realms campaign kicked of this Saturday with classic action in the realms. It has been over four months since I have had opportunity to have some fun around the table. Teaching new players to play forced me to check from the books few times, but other than that, the players learned fast and

Odin’s Table Review

The last board game review was about the two-player game Lord Of The Rings: The Confrontation. Since the game was a big success at our home, I decided that there is always room for more board games in my cupboard. The lates additions are Odin’s Table and A Touch of Evil. Today we concentrate on

Threads of Sanity – Forgotten Realms Campaign

It has been four months since I was able to sit down to play some pen & paper roleplaying games. Being father to a small child of course reduces my time to play much, but nevertheless, I was able to pull together a group of new gamers who are willing to join the dark si…

Mad Moxxi’s Underdome Riot DLC Review

The Mad Moxxi’s Underdome Riot DLC for Borderlands has been released a while ago, but since the fourth DLC is already in development, I decided to make a review for each DLC Borderlands already has. In short: Mad Moxxi’s Underdome Riot consist of three small 5 round tournaments and three large 20 round tournaments. Smaller

Lord Of The Rings: The Confrontation Review

Good board games sure are a good way to spend some time, but sometimes it just takes too much effort to make arrangements to actually sit down with your friends. Luckily, there are few good board games designed especially for two people, so if you and you’re wife cannot think ANYTHING ELSE to do; you

Borderlands Review

I know that you don’t have to reinvent the wheel to create a good game. That is why we tend to see games copying each other’s ideas resulting in a flop or a success. But when a game combines different game genress together, it is risky business, but sometimes the risk is worth it; such

Borderlands Review

I know that you don’t have to reinvent the wheel to create a good game. That is why we tend to see games copying each other’s ideas resulting in a flop or a success. But when a game combines different game genress together, it is risky business, but sometimes the risk is worth it; such

DeathSpank Review

Deathspank has been available few days now on Xbox Live and PSN and thus Endless Bag of Games has many hours already spent on the game. This satirical action RPG from the creator of Monkey Island and gives you quite a unique gaming experience with few laughs. Here is why: Hero is always willing to do

The Lies of Locke Lamora Review

I heard so much good of this book from my friends and the reviews I’ve seen about the book has been almost nothing but praise. So I finally took my time to read the book and see how my expectations from book were fullfilled. “The Thorn of Camorr is said to be an unbeatable swordsman, a

Basic Fantasy Map Tutorial

Every roleplayer sooner or later finds him/herself in a situation that he wants to create his own fantasy map. Some of us are talented with the pencil while others are not. Endless Bag Of Games shows you a simple way to create fantasy maps with Photoshop and brushes. This tutorial is for the ones who

Time For A Change.

ETA for my firstborn is now 81 days away which means that “the real life” takes toll from all of my hobbies in general. That, and absence of players during the summer in mind, I unfortunately had to put our Shield of Ferelden campaign to a pause. This also means, that there won’t be weekly

Best Served Cold Review

I have not written book review in ages, but when I finished Joe Abercrombie’s Best Served Cold, I knew that I have to say a word or two, just to encourage people to familiarize themselves with Abercrombie’s work. Without further ado, here is my two cents. The First Law trilogy by Joe Abercrombie has earned notions

Red Dead Redemption Review

Six years ago I finished Red Dead Revolver and thought that we should get more games like that. We’ve seen a few now, but now we can enjoy from the sequel Red Dead Redemption. While in this sequel, almost everything is different from the first title, it is still one hell of a game. Maybe

Modnation Racers Review

Mario Kart has held the throne for Kart racing games for a long while now and many attempts has been made to usurp Mario Kart from its throne. Few months ago, Endless Bag of Games gave a review to a decent attempt: Sonic & SEGA All-Stars racing, but the game shared some minor mishaps since