Monthly Archives: July 2018

Why I Don’t Crowdfund: Legends of Aria

Originally posted on Superior Realities:
I tend to take a pretty dim view of crowdfunding, especially where MMOs are concerned. It seems the last resort of those whose ambition outstrips their ability, and neither the developers behind crowdfunded MMOs nor…

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Fortnite and PUBG Bring Player Driven Experience To Action Games

Originally posted on Musings of a Mario Minion:
We’ve survived the intense lens flares and even the muddy brown era, but games have reached a cinematic head in the last few years. We have richly detailed camera modes, gorgeous landscapes…

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Metacognition: Throwing Away the Plan

Originally posted on AmbiGaming:
We’re back with our “thinking about thinking” series! If you’re interested in our previous deep thoughts, check out the Metacognition series.  Join us for some deep thoughts (and maybe the occasional not-so-deep thought) about gaming. If you find…

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Free and easy: no-cost games on Steam

Originally posted on Later Levels:
There’s a good chance you’re crying inside now that this year’s Steam summer sale has finished. Either you’ve just checked your bank balance and realised you’ve no money left for the rest of the month;…

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Ruins at the Three Pillars of Ssa-Tun

Originally posted on Dyson's Dodecahedron:
Along the blighted coast, beyond the lands of snow and ice and the adventurers’ boom-town of Gravelthorpe there is an old white stone pier on a quiet lonely shore. In the right seasons you…

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QOTM – A Video Game Wedding

Originally posted on That Green Dude:
It’s that time of the month again where I give my answer for the Question of the Month. This month’s question comes from The Gaming Diaries who is a brilliant blogger and is a…

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From the DM’s Chair: Creating a Setting

Originally posted on Shadowonthewall:
Whether classic fantasy or a steampunk style like Eberron pictured above, every campaign needs a setting. Artwork from D&D Eberron 5e. You’ve gotten your game group together and, now you’ve got your group of friends all…

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Grit and Persistence – An awesome lesson one can learn from games

Originally posted on Plant Powered Gamers:
I received a text while I was at work from Grant today.  He was incredibly excited and wanted to let me know that he had finally defeated the “Yellow Devil” from Mega Man for…

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There’s No Escaping the Backlog

Originally posted on VIRTUAL BASTION:
It wasn’t too long ago that I used to be a different kind of gamer. The kind of gamer who spent every moment of free time they had on finishing their next game. The kind…

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Raids week 81

Originally posted on Micki's Delirium:
Last week on Saturday I was quite late for raids, because I had put an add up to sell my car, and people wanted to come look at it right away. I hadn’t expected…

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