At their best, extended challenges allow the heroes to put their unique traits on display while still working together as a team towards a single common goal.
If you choose to play the game at a higher difficulty, Bug Fables gives you the tools you need in order to have a fighting chance at doing so.
The fun is in creating small puzzles with the monsters where they show off their unique strategies, allowing the players to be challenged in short but sweet bursts.
The weird contradiction of 7th Sea is a game that in its attempt to give you more freedom instead creates structures that restrict your creative freedom.
While the proper Paper Mario series moves off in a new direction, Bug Fables is the love letter to the combat that the old guard fondly remembers.
Where most RPGs have an experience point system for character advancement, 7th Sea instead focuses on the stories that you tell about your character.
Last Thursday I made my live-streaming debut on my very own Twitch channel. It was something I'd been going back and forth on for a long time, but thanks to a combination of discovering the right game and receiving some encouragement from my fellow bloggers, I finally decided to give it a try. The outcome... Continue Reading →
The Origami King may not be The Thousand-Year Door followup of my dreams, but that's okay - Paper Mario doesn't have to be TTYD to still be good.