Monthly Archives: July 2017

Review: Battleheart Legacy

Originally posted on The Order of Syncletica:
My work and some personal stuff still leaves me playing significantly less than I’d like. But it’s also the dog-days of summer where many players are vacationing. Even the twice-weekly Deathwyrm raid runs…

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Subscribe plz!

Originally posted on Samius Gurobo:
It is finally happening. Twitch gave me a subscribe button, ie i can finally take subs. This is something i have been working for/ banking on for a while now. And it finally happened.  …

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Giving MMORPG second chances

Originally posted on GamingSF:
Zubon over at Kill Ten Rats has a post on giving games a second chance, it’s mostly about single player games but does mention MMORPGs at the end. The post asks if you give a game…

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5e Sheets Update

Originally posted on Dyson's Dodecahedron:
Thanks to the awesome Jacob W. Noorman (of Mini Terrain Domain), we’ve added form-fillable versions of all the sheets in the Hand Drawn Fifth Edition Character Sheets package. The package now contains a total…

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What Are Your Thoughts on Grinding?

Originally posted on PlayingWithThoughts:
-by Dylan DiBona A simple roadblock often happens in JRPGs and RPGs alike; you fight your way through the small baddies and finally come across a boss, and when you fight the boss you get absolutely…

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Crash Bandicoot Difficulty Is Shining A Light On The Ugly Side of Videogame Journalism

Originally posted on Musings of a Mario Minion:
WhatCulture Gaming recently released a video entitled “Vicarious Visions Admit They Botched The Crash N.Sane Trilogy”. Let’s talk about that. A hype train is easy to catch, no matter how fast it’s…

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Two rangers and a rogue walk into Tethyamar…

Originally posted on Even Now:
… and the rogue says, “OW! I hit my head! All the doors here are made for dwarves!” Indeed, the architecture in Update 36, aka Duel in the Underdark, definitely looks as though it were…

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Age Doesn’t Make a Game Dated

Originally posted on VIRTUAL BASTION:
It was thanks to Cary’s recent post, Playing Games Past Their Prime, that I had a revelation concerning a few questions I had been asking as of late.  It largely boils down to: why do…

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Held Hostage, Part III of III: Taking Action

Originally posted on AmbiGaming:
Welcome to our third and final part of this Held Hostage miniseries on the effect of violence in video games on gamers/children. For part one (an introduction to the topic), click here, and for part two (delving…

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Am I missing out by not having a collection?

Originally posted on Bio Break:
Time and money. Money and time. Two things I’m often very short on these days and work against the idea of harboring a collection. But it hasn’t stopped me from being wistful that, as a…

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