I finally got to play Apocalypse World for the first (two) time(s) - what was it like?
Check out my first impressions of this procedurally-generated action RPG from the makers of Boyfriend Dungeon!
Skycrawl is a great supplement for adding sky adventures to your fantasy TTRPG, with a particular strength at evocative worldbuilding!
I was enjoying Cris Tales already, but the second chapter helped to alleviate some of my worries about how the game could go sideways,
My first impressions of Disco Elysium, a game with compelling mechanics in which your skills are voices in your head.
While there will be no way to really see the full impact of your decisions in Deltarune until the full game is released, chapter two has revealed some of the more meaningful ways that elements in the game will, in fact, change based on the choices you make.
Last week I shared my first impressions of Dark Deity, a recently released indie title available on Steam that appeals to fans of classic Fire Emblem titles from the GBA era. I expected that my progress in the game would be slow - I had it downloaded on the computer that my partner and I... Continue Reading →
I sometimes wonder if it is fair to continuously compare indie titles to series from AAA studios. Does Chucklefish ever tire of hearing that Wargroove is "medieval Advance Wars?" Would the minds behind Bug Fables prefer if their game wasn't constantly mentioned in the same breath as Paper Mario? These games are not just cheap... Continue Reading →
Ever since I threw my first snowball in Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, I fell in love with the world of strategy games. Moving characters on a grid and fighting bad guys, building your units by choosing their classes and weapons, and stories on the scale of the JRPGs I grew up on drew me to... Continue Reading →