The Early Access of Baldur's Gate 3 is beyond fun, but like all early builds of big games, it has plenty of bugs, big and small. After the latest patch, I thought I went through my footage and found the most egregiously fun of them. For your viewing pleasure, here are my five favourite bugs... Continue Reading →
It's strange to find out that the most excited announcement that came out of the 2020 Game Advertisements Awards is that of Disco Elysium's massive, free update. The Final Cut promises plenty and knowing ZA/UM, the studio behind this modern classic, I have little doubt that it will deliver. What's more, that this is a... Continue Reading →
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAAouRT4V80 The Outer Worlds was one of the games I was most excited about in 2019 - so why did it take me this long to finish it? It's got a lot going for it - the great dialogue, the memorable characters who don't get nearly enough screen-time, and the...okay...gameplay? No, that doesn't sound right... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/G-GXGOUHup0 The Outer Worlds: Edgewater Is An Excellent Intro for every fan of RPG gaming - it taps into that old RPG magic, introducing compelling characters and giving the player agency and freedom of choice! Well worth the price of a dollar/euro/pound...if you have an access to Xbox's Pass for PC service, that is.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OODHAgEEiI&t=1s Assassin's Creed Odyssey's first DLC, Legacy of the First Blade, is broken down into three episodes and I decided I'd talk about the first of them, Hunted. Hunted is...not bad. A memorable antagonist makes his debut at the same time as the wielder of the first blade is introduced - Darius, an elderly Persian... Continue Reading →
Hullo, everyone! For today, I don't have a book post for you all -- forgive me, I have failed the sacred bond of trust between us. I did, however, make a video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyIzAN3hGyQ It's about Darkness, and Dungeons, and the Darkest one among them!
Kieron Gillen has written some of the finest comic books over the past decade. When I heard that he would be penning a new project that sees D&D and Jumanji come together, I was excited--thrilled, in fact! And when the first few pieces of art were revealed, I was ecstatic. Now, nine months after I... Continue Reading →
Hullo, everyone, and welcome back to the recurring topic of this blog nowadays, which is indeed nothing less than the much-loved aphorism, #EverythingIsContent. This one is in video form! But if you've got preference for reading, after the embedded link, I'll also drop my script -- which is most of the vid but not all... Continue Reading →
It's a deadly dance that Primrose plays for vengeance. The lone daughter of a noble house that fell under assassins' blades, Primrose has suffered no end of indignities working as an exotic dancer under the vile Master Helganesh. All to find the three marked assassins who murdered her father. The dream of that horrible night... Continue Reading →
First / Previous / Next Cobbleston, home to beautiful women, sturdy young men, and quite possibly the realm's mightiest retired knight. Cobbleston, Cyrus and Tressa soon enough find out, is home to Olberic, the warrior. What a badass, this guy.Olberic's tale begins with a flashback, as is sometimes the case with badasses. This one takes... Continue Reading →