Where most RPGs have an experience point system for character advancement, 7th Sea instead focuses on the stories that you tell about your character.
Reflecting On My First Livestream: The Value of Overwhelming Support
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 →
Unpacking My Reaction to Paper Mario: The Origami King
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.
Announcing the First Ever Adventure Rules Live Stream, Which I Am Totally Not Panicking About
What else would be the first game streamed on Adventure Rules? It was always this. It had to be this.
What Would I Actually Want From a “Return to Form” Paper Mario?
I want the game I thought was going to come after The Thousand Year Door, but if it tries too hard to be what the series once was...
Embracing the Comfort of Familiarity
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door turns 16 years old this year, and here I am diving into its lore and fandom like I'm 12 years old all over again.
My First Impressions of Masks: A New Generation
The core struggle of Masks is finding your identity, and that strong focus is what helps to set it apart as unique in the genre of superhero games.