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.
What else would be the first game streamed on Adventure Rules? It was always this. It had to be this.
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...
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.
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.
With so many card types and unique mechanics to engage, One Step From Eden makes each experience unique not just with its procedural generation but also with the creative possibilities available to you during a run.
If conquering the challenges of preadolescence and fighting bad guys on the internet sounds like a fun day to you, then NetBattlers may be right up your alley.