Dungeons & Dragons is an amazing game, and part of what has made the trend so successful in recent years is the community that has [...]
Dungeons and Dragons has taken the world by storm in recent years; from critically-acclaimed video streams such as Critical Role to well-known podcasts such as [...]
Welcome to the March installment of the 2019 tabletop challenge: 104 games in 52 weeks As a way of guaranteeing quality time together, my partner [...]
Each month, I recount our tallied tabletop games with a brief rundown of each game and a highlight for this month’s particular favorite. Welcome to the table! I hope you find a game to pique your interest.
Two years into a tabletop games hobby, we have lots of board games we haven’t played yet. We collect, we back Kickstarters, we shop in board game stores when we go on holiday, and I bought my husband a fancy-shmancy board game table. Out of this was born our 2019 challenge: 104 games in 52 weeks!
Today we're going behind-the-scenes of Turn with creator Brie Beau Sheldon to learn a little bit about the team behind the final product, the process that they went through, and what Turn is all about.
Lights out? Check! Blanket to hide under? Check! October means Halloween, and what better way to celebrate the scariest month of the year, now that we’re too old to go trick or treating, than to settle in for a spine-chilling gaming sesh? Looking for something other than the well-known AAA horror games titles such as Resident Evil 7 or Until Dawn? Keep reading, as instead, we celebrate the spooky offerings of talented indie developers!
When packing for camp, there’s always that recommendation of bringing something to entertain yourself. At the same time, it’s not like electronics are something you [...]
I find Hogwarts Mystery to be an entertaining game, for what it is. You run out of energy quickly, unless you are willing to spend money, but honestly I don't mind games like this that I can play once or twice a day and feel like I'm enjoying them without spending hours of my life staring at my phone. That being said, there isn't anything "new" to it: it's pretty much just a retread, in a mildly interactive way.
Campus Party’s Gamer Academy will hold debates as well as promoting electronic games championships Campus Party will have another novelty in its national (Brazilian) edition of [...]
“It is hard to be a woman. You must think like a man, act like a lady, look like a young girl, and work like [...]
Getting into a new game can be a daunting experience, especially with a community-based MMORPG. These games, however, can be some of the most rewarding [...]
Akiba’s Beat is a Japanese role-playing game developed by Acquire and published by Xseed. This series has had two other entries so far that were [...]
Little Nightmares is an indie platforming game developed by Tarsier Studios, set in a fantasy universe with artistic visuals to produce its rich world. This game, [...]