It has been said that the monsters that we obsess over can say a lot…
Putting together a list of the best hobby game, and game related, products of 2014 wasn’t an easy task. In order to make the list manageable, I gave myself three rules. First, I was going to group related products. Second, I allowed myself to select 21 products instead of a more reasonable 10. Third, I didn’t select any official Pathfinder gaming material. I created that third rule because if I didn’t, the list could have easily been filled with nothing but Pathfinder stuff. Paizo put out some great products this year, but Topless Robot readers already know that.
Here are 21 products I think made 2014 the best year ever to be a tabletop gamer.
There hasn’t been a great video game movie yet, and there may never be. Here are eight reasons why.
Remember arcades? Those seedy, filthy, licentious palaces of awesome (if you went to the right ones, that is)? Well, now you can enjoy the games in the comfort of your own home, but is it worth going back?
When it comes to horror-themed tabletop gaming, Call of Cthulhu is the king of the mountain. That doesn’t mean it is the only horror game worth playing.
Here’s some info about the beloved author’s suitably whimsical new PC game, Wayward Manor.
You know what might really hit the spot? A good, creepy video game. Too bad video games cost money. Unless, that is, you play some of these amazing horror games that are totally free.
World of Warcraft and other Massively Multiplayer Online games (MMOs, for short) have long since…
There are video game cheats that are so actively terrible, it’s like the developer who included them hates you and fun as well.
In today’s Daily List we take a look at seven underappreciated sequels that are worthy of your love.