Cthulhu: Death May Die is the most funded board game on Kickstarter right now.
In this editorial, Adam examines why Wadjet Eye Games and their upcoming release, Unavowed, in the otherwise aged genre of point-and-click adventures, still matters.
The news about Android: Netrunner hit me like a freight truck moving at 75 mph. It’s Friday. The alarm rings at the same time it does every morning.
Struggling to find meaning in my Finish The Damn Game Month experience has been my own, personal writing hell these last 30ish days.
“Am I having fun right now,” I wonder as a basic enemy kills me for the fourth time. It’s not only my first time playing Bloodborne, it’s my first time playing any Souls-style game.