Monthly Archives: February 2018

Dungeons and Dragons Rules Cyclopedia Review and Comparison

Originally posted on Roll Stats:
Hey interwebs, today we’re going to be talking about the Dungeons & Dragons Rules Cyclopedia: what is it; what’s it used for; and where can you find it, specifically where can you pick it up…

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The Sword, The Crown, and The Unspeakable Power

Originally posted on Cannibal Halfling Gaming:
Dark Fantasy is more than just dying messily. While the genre does stand in contrast to “High Fantasy” in that way, there is more going on than just added mud and blood. High Fantasy…

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6 Games or Franchises That Deserve A Second Chance

Originally posted on Gamer Crash:
This past week, I rediscovered Split/Second, a high action, arcade-oriented racing game thanks to Microsoft’s Games with Gold service on the Xbox One. Split/Second invokes a lot of what makes games like Burnout so fun: rewarding…

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Guest Post: DDO Mists of Ravenloft review (part 2)

Originally posted on Bio Break:
Today’s guest post is from DDOCentral’s Matt, who wanted to give Bio Break’s readership a deeper look into Dungeons and Dragons Online’s newest expansion. Check out part one here. Thanks Matt! Dungeons and Dragons Online (DDO) released…

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What the Heck is Nintendo Labo?

Originally posted on VIRTUAL BASTION:
Nintendo’s got a brand new idea, and it centers around…cardboard?  Yeah, like me, you might be rather confused right now.  Apparently, Nintendo Labo, one of Nintendo’s newest products, is a kit that includes cardboard sheets with…

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Massively Flopped Video Games That Are Now Cult Classics

Originally posted on THE GAME FREAK SHOW:
Games Failed so hard that they actually became Cult Classics? Let’s take a look at games that was commercially failed in the beginning but became cult classic afterward. Vanquish Platinum didn’t create a…

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Into the Pit of despair #DDO

Originally posted on GamingSF:
I experienced “the Pit” dungeon for the first time yesterday, well the first time I can remember playing it anyway. Foolishly we started the dungeon quite late and the run took two hours despite rushing somewhat.…

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The Basilisk’s Caves

Originally posted on Dyson's Dodecahedron:
Travelling along the edge of the Dry Badlands of Korush en route to the City of Copper Bowls, you find half of the corpse of a young man clutching a small dragonhide sack containing…

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5 Best Management simulation Video Games where you’re the Boss

Originally posted on THE GAME FREAK SHOW:
 So You like building things huh? PRISON ARCHITECT Prison Architect is a fantastic strategy sim which highlights both the difficulty of running a prison and keeping a lot of prisoners happy. – God is…

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Raids week 63

Originally posted on Micki's Delirium:
Here is the rundown of last week’s Saturday night raids. I logged on a bit after 9 pm my time (3 pm EST) and posted for baba’s normal. I had a few joiners right…

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