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Legions of Ashworld – an adventure wargame in the Lands of the Burning Sun

Legions of Ashworld reminds me of the classic 3D dungeon rpgs we use to play years ago, only in a more sandy, open, desert terrain. Though we haven’t got to play it yet, it might be up some of your alleys. Check out the press release below and the trailer.   Jugilus is pleased to announce the release… Read More »

Gauntlet: Pre-order benefits

Gauntlet is a game that my childhood dreams are made out of, other than sonic. The news of a new release had me completely overjoyed, because despite how far we’ve come in the gaming world, there is still a place for games like this, and why not. Gauntlet is one of the originals. They’ve recently released their pre-order… Read More »

Shadow of Mordor – New trailer and retail exclusives revealed

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor is one turning out to be THE best game ever created from a movie. Though this game is much more than simply a LoTR game, it is revolutionary in the way it handles its characters, npcs, and even the graphics are beautiful. Recently they’ve released their most gameplay trailer that focuses around Weapons and… Read More »

Sword Quest – FB Game Spotlight Review

The game starts off immediately after a small intro, and following your fathers footsteps you start off immediately after you move to Feludia to your fathers workshop. “In hopes to become the greatest sword crafting smith..”   You are greeted by a very typical anime-esque girl who tells you she is to help you and is our fathers… Read More »

Dark Souls II Game Review

I admit, the first time I ever picked up a Dark Souls game (well, lets be honest, I picked up Demon’s souls) I found it annoying, frustrating, and couldn’t figure out why they’d make it so hard. The biggest gripe, it’s not all about hit points! That’s a cheap way to make a game harder! I put it… Read More »

Popup Dungeon Greenlit on Steam/Kickstarter

I have to admit lately I’m a sucker for Rogue like games, and I recently found my favorite, but just as I thought it couldn’t get better, I found this. Popup Dungeon, at first with the blocky characters I was thinking I found a fantasy minecraft, but then I started reading and looking deeper into the game. First… Read More »

Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition for Android

One of the games that I like to think really plunged my interest in video games and furthered the imagination for Table Top is Baldur’s Gate, and when I saw today   The App the original game that was released in 1998, and in the app release is currently in 12 languages. You can currently get this app… Read More »

Join The Watch – Thief Giveaway and brief review

Recently the new game Thief came out, based on previous games Thief Gold and Thief Deadly Shadows. This game absolutely blew me away, as an old fan of the games the only thing that would have made this game perfect is to have Stephen Russell continue the voice of Garret. Though to his credit, the current voice actor obviously… Read More »

Remember Morroblivion? Now Skywind! Morrowind done with Skyrim Engine.

Awhile back people made an elaborate mod of Morroblivion and fans went nuts, well, the same people have done it again with The Elder Scrolls V: Skywind. Morroblivion is one of my heroes, and they’ve released a new trailer Call of the East advertising their work on this new mod. Not all of the gameplay in the trailer reflects final… Read More »

Krazy Kinetic Bundle Review – Really Big Sky, Stardrone, and more.

Bit behind on reviews, but here’s the Indie Bundle Review for the Krazy Kinetic Bundle. These games are $5 or $7 for the the “plus” and each game is commonly worth $10+ and you get a minimum of 3! There is also a give away at the bottom of the reviews for the bundle. Good luck!   StarDrone… Read More »

Torchlight Free + Huge Game Sale on GOG

So I haven’t been on enough recently, my apologies! However I saw this and HAD to share with fellow gamers!   Torchlight, a game I hadn’t had the time to fully try yet, is free (DRM Free download) on GOG.com, the exact link is here. Now if may show it costing a little over $7, but log in and… Read More »

Worlds of Magic – A fantasy strategy game!

Master of Magic is a classic game that ultimately is what Worlds of Magic is following, looking to rebuild that game genre in a whole new way they have recently and successfully been funded on kickstarter! With around six days left, they are still looking to hit their stretch goal, but the good news is it looks like… Read More »

Organic Percentile Skill Progression

I often think about how experience points, some of the biggest and most unwieldy numbers in RPG’s are also the least fun or useful. GM’s calculate them for encounters, players forget to write them down on their character sheets, people…

Summer Pathfinder campaign complete…for now [Game]

On Wednesday night, we finished our summer Pathfinder game.  Afterwards, my players enthusiastically wished we could continue during the year and agreed to try a series of one-shots.  Believe you me, I got a big warm fuzzy feeling over that one. We estimated that we spent about 20 hours of game time playing over the course of the summer.  The group sometimes grew as large as six…

Random Starting Equipment

I hear a lot of people say that they do not like the way D&D handles starting equipment. For my part, I really think that the whole process lacks variability in the initial options it presents to the player. Some characters might be wealthy and…