I remember the first time I saw a Dungeons & Dragons setup that floored me.
Wyatt Krause's blog
This article was first published on August 20th, 2014, soon after Dungeons And Dragons first launched fifth edition. In honor of Gygax Day and our own RPG month, we've decided to update our review.
For the longest time, we’ve written about video games and board games, sprinkling in a few honorary notes to a genre that we all love.
Tell me if you’ve heard this one before: Gretel, Dorothy, and Snow White walk up to a wicked house made up of gingerbread. Unslinging her bow, Snow White fired an arrow at the Corpse dragon as Gretel charged forward, sharp blades of candy ready.
We all have one: that list of games in the back of our mind that always crops up while you are at work, in class, or away from your gaming system. The games that we always mean to finish, to play, to get that sense of completion.