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 →
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 →
Blushbox makes art on whatever suits their fancy on Instagram and is the creator behind the Webtoon Boe and Cotton.
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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →