I sit in my hotel room, week three of a six week work trip away from home now completed.
Adam Factor's blog
Cryptid, a game all about using logical deduction to find mythical creatures like Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster, is all the rage with the boardgamers these days.
I don’t know what I’ve done to deserve such good gaming karma these days. I am, frankly, spoiled for good, modern point-and-click adventure games.
“It looks like XCOM,” several of my XCOM loving friends say as I excitedly show them Phantom Doctrine in that perhaps-overly-enthusiastic manner I have of talking about games.
The smoke has barely thinned as you roll your reloaded cannon back up to firing position, the enemy ship in full view off your port.