BYTE Into A New RPG?

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico,  10 March 2021 With my love of odd and esoteric mechanics, it's no small wonder why I jump at games with a quirky pitch. Dominoes as your risk mechanic? Awesome! Cards both as numbers and suit to determine how things go? Deal me in! A no challenge/conflict game? Sweet! An entire... Continue Reading →

Delving Into The Old Skull Zine Trilogy

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico,  24 February 2021 Kickstarter is a wonderful and dangerous tool, as I am sure any RPG fan can attest. Combine their algorithm with my Twitter feed, and I'm surprised I don't spend more than I do on RPGs. Granted, funding is a stopgap, but that's another topic. While I was a... Continue Reading →

REvisiting The World of Survival Horror

By Anthony "LibrariaNPC" DeMinico,  20 March 2019 Resident Evil will always be a special game for me. Growing up, it was a group game: friends and I would usually meet up, take turns playing, throwing ideas of where to go next and how to solve puzzles, and generally enjoy the story. Newer iterations of the... Continue Reading →

A New Frontier for Walkers

By Alice Hive 19 May 2017 I Played The First 2 Episodes Of TWD: A New Frontier And I'm Hyped! As viewers of my YouTube channel know, I love The Walking Dead. I also love Telltale Games. So it’s not surprising that I dug the first Walking Dead Telltale games when I became aware of... Continue Reading →

Going to Mars for the Red Solstice

Sci-Fi fans know there are always certain tropes that will get attention. Aliens. Exploring or colonizing other planets (especially Mars). Super viruses that destroy all life. Space marines. Artificial Intelligence. A destroyed Earth. Disclosure: This review was written using a press copy of the game. The Red Solstice combines a number of buzz-worthy tropes into... Continue Reading →

The Organ Trail Diaries: Part 1

By JimboSlice 24 March 2015 For review in several parts this week, I decided to browse through my Steam library and pull out something I knew I'd like but that I hadn't ever finished before (so that I'd still get to enjoy playing the game as a game).  I chose Organ Trail: The Director's Cut,... Continue Reading →

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