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Elemental Evil 5th Edition D&D Storyline

Published on January 20, 2015 by

Today, Wizards of the Coast announced the latest Dungeons & Dragons storyline, Elemental Evil, which includes new product offerings for both digital and tabletop RPG players. I’m still working my way through the first storyline but there is some great news here for everyone.

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Door Kickers (PC) Review

Published on January 14, 2015 by

Developed by KillHouse Games, a small 3-man Romanian indie-studio, Door Kickers is a real-time tactical combat game that has you controlling a SWAT team in a variety of combat scenarios.  Read more…

 
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Grand Theft Auto V (PS4)

Published on January 9, 2015 by

Stunning. Read more…

 
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Strike A Pose

Strike a Pose is a party game for 3-8 players from R&R games and utterly fantastic. It’s one of those games where you’re just going to get silly, laugh and have a good time. This review is going to be relatively short because the game has very few components and is easy to play. Also words probably won’t do justice to the experience so read on for a little video where you can play a game round with me.

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5th Edition Dungeon Masters Guide

Published on December 9, 2014 by

Today marks the completion of a long journey for the team at Wizards of the Coast. The last of the core rule books has been released with the 5th edition Dungeon Master Guide and as the saying goes, they saved the best for last. The Dungeon Masters Guide (DMG) comes in at over 300 pages and is choke full of information that I didn’t even know I needed. I mean that is the most flattering way. After being memorized by the beautiful cover I set about with the task of reading through the whole book for this review. The DMG is something I would typically use as a reference book so I didn’t expect a straight read through to be engaging. I was pleasantly surprised as page after page revealed things I haven’t even considered or provided me with better knowledge on things I thought I knew about “Hello Multiverse”.

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