Book Review: Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage

Book Review: Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage
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Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage is the latest official adventure from the maniacal minds over at Wizards of the Coast. This tome guides players down over 20 dungeon floors beneath the eponymous city’s western mountain to thwart the titular mage. It also serves as something of a sequel to the September release of Waterdeep: Dragon Heist, progressing characters from levels 5-20. … read more

Book Review: Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes

Book Review: Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes
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Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes Wizards of the Coast Street: 05.29 What sacrifices are you willing to make to ensure interplanar balance? What role will you play in the conflicts to

Review: Dungeons & Dragons: Xanathar’s Guide to Everything

Review: Dungeons & Dragons: Xanathar’s Guide to Everything
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Xanathar’s Guide simply helps to blur the lines a bit and gives a great selection of something I value most at the table: player choice. … read more

Gears of War 4

Gears of War 4
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There aren’t many games that are defined as much by their sound effects as Gears of War: The revving of a chainsaw bayonet against flesh … … read more

When the Levee Breaks: Surviving Liquidation with Forrest Dowling

When the Levee Breaks: Surviving Liquidation with Forrest Dowling
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The team that made The Flame in the Flood is comprised of folks who’ve mostly had a decade or more of experience making games, which has given us all sorts of benefits, ranging from contacts throughout the industry to experience in managing development and keeping it on schedule. … read more

Victor Velasco: Existentialism and Platforming in -KLAUS-

Victor Velasco: Existentialism and Platforming in -KLAUS-
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After spending the next week with -KLAUS-, I ingested a captivating experience that left me contemplating my place in the world, and for that it has my respect. … read more

Review: The Witness

Review: The Witness
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I remember playing Myst with my dad when I was five years old. We sat together in the computer chair, wandering throughout this enigmatic island with only our wits and a strange book chronicling the history of the island’s inhabitants. … read more

Review: Borderlands Vol. 2 – The Fall of Fyrestone

Review: Borderlands Vol. 2 – The Fall of Fyrestone
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I enjoyed the first Borderlands video game: It was fun in both its gameplay and presentation. … read more

Review: Death Vigil Vol. 1

Review: Death Vigil Vol. 1
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Stjepan Sejic created something pretty special with Death Vigil. It’s a story about an organization led by the grim reaper that fights a chaotic evil from the unknown—sounds pretty cool on paper, right? … read more

Review: Jupiter’s Legacy – Book One

Review: Jupiter’s Legacy – Book One
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Jupiter’s Legacy, in keeping with the spirit of the “American Dream,” is a melting pot of influences—from Golden Age-era comics to The Incredibles—but, it warps these family-friendly superhero stories into something far more sinister. … read more