When you try to talk about Dungeons and Dragons... how do you begin? Where do you begin with a game that you can often call an institution, a grandfather to the gaming industry as a whole?
Nidhogg is a game I would not usually purchase at first sight: it looks unfinished, undone. Its sprites sway loosely, and brightly colored 'blood' splatters seem jagged and incongruous. The music stacks on top of itself in frenetic, ch
Recently, I've been in the habit of tempting poor college students into getting games they shouldn't. Its a bad, but highly entertaining hobby. A lot of it is that many have only had video games in their lives, more raised with a controller or k