There are video game cheats that are so actively terrible, it’s like the developer who included them hates you and fun as well.
Speaking as an old dog RPG player who only moonlights as a FPS player: THIS IS MY GAME OF THE YEAR.
This year the annual World of Darkness Masquerade/gaming convention was right in my backyard, on the massive hotel/boat/museum known as the Queen Mary in Southern California.
We’ve been endowing our food with personality since at least the Gingerbread Man.
The movie about rival Dungeon Masters in a role-playing game group has gotten some great buzz on the festival circuit.
This year, we are seeing a new version of the New World of Darkness, and this is why you should care.
Sony’s just announced their new PS Vita TV device, leading me to ponder the current state of similar gaming options.
Nobody fights dirtier than the old school! Count down the cheapeast, meanest and most downright evil bosses to ever rule over a tournament ladder!
There is a lot of fun to be had at Gen Con, but it can be a bit overwhelming so I’m here to give you a few tips that will help you maximize your fun and minimize your stress.
After running and playing games at cons for over a decade I’ve started to notice a few archetypes you see every time. Some can be celebrated, some can be a little terrifying, and they could all do with a little bit of mockery. As we jump into con season, here are ten to watch out for.