AI and gaming… like, D&D rather than Go.
Fallout 4 VR First Impressions
Virtual Reality Test Drive
A superhero game system where speedsters don’t ruin everything
The Hero System Tabletop RPG and The Problem With Combat (Especially Speedsters)
Games for when you’ve got 8 tabs open, while you’re writing something, when you’re listening to a podcast, and eating.
On Defender’s Quest: Valley of the Forgotten
Further Along in the Shadow of War
There’s stuff I really, really like!
There’s stuff I really, really don’t.
How To Play Hold-’em.
So you’ve played One Night Ultimate Werewolf? Try One Night Ultimate Alien!
But ones that rely upon “order of operations”
Middle Earth: Shadow of War first impressions
(Also, some musings on games that don’t understand their source material)
One of those moments in table-top gaming that has you giggling for weeks
Games that make you smarter despite yourself.
(On Opus Magnum.)
Tharsis: it’s like a survival horror version of Yahtzee only with sci-fi elements.
Returning to Mordor
The Virtual Reality Thing
South Park’s “The Fractured But Whole”
Checking in on CyberPunk 2077
The Last RPG
The Guild of Dungeoneering
Reviewed properly, this time
A recommendation by proxy for Guild of Dungeoneering
Horizon: Zero Dawn
The original Fallout from 1997 is available *FOR FREE* until midnight tonight on Steam. Get it fast!
Or, how to enjoy board and card games when you’re averse to competition.
Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh!
Lords of Waterdeep is available on Steam!
On playing an Assassin in D&D.
Going Back To A Game After The DLC Comes Out
Telltale Games and the Illusion of Choice
Remember No Man’s Sky?
This month’s Humble Bundle has a game in it that you should play:
Cook, Serve, Delicious
When the cat’s away, the mice will play.