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An RPG rundown; recommendations and reviews of the best role-playing games on the market.

Chloe Gilholy2 years ago
Top 10 Princess Maker 2 Endings
Princess Maker 2 is a fun and sophisticated simulation game with many elements of RPG thrown in. Released on many platforms in the 1990s and successful enough to have both a Korean and Chinese transla...
Adrianna Martin2 years ago
Sword Art Online: Lost Song Review
Sword Art Online: Lost Song is essentially a partial MMORPG. It creates a limited MMORPG setting without forcing players to utilize online features unless they choose to. Lost Song takes place during the anime’s second season, sometime after Gun Gale but before the party first meets Yuuki. The story itself is not that elaborate, focused on the player singing idol, 12-year-old Seven, who is also a renowned scientist in real life. The plot surrounding her and her fan club is slow-moving, padded by...
Motivating Players
The campaign is getting slowly into shape, but I still don't have the details of my players. I have no idea what kind of character they're gonna play, except for one guy, he's amazing and he's going t...
Roll(20)ing In
Okay, so, in my last post, I figured out what my campaign would be about, what the ultimate goal would be. I tried to start writing the first adventure of my campaign, but boy, that's hard! Especially...
Aaron Dennis2 years ago
Lufia 2: Rise of the Sinistrals and My Beef With Modern Gaming
Lufia 2 Rise of the Sinistrals was released in 1996 by Natsume to the Super Nintendo in America. Lufia 2 is actually the prequel to Lufia and the Fortress of Doom. We get to play as the four heroes, M...
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Gina Cox2 years ago
Horizon Zero Dawn
Horizon Zero Dawn was one of the biggest games to come out in a long time. I wanted to share my honest views of the game. In all honesty, it very quickly became one of my favourites. Quite often I may...
Neal Litherland2 years ago
Character Reputation in RPGs: The Small Legend
It's that time again. You're all sitting around the table, dice drawn up in a phalanx protecting your character sheet. Sweat is rolling down your Dew, and your mouth is dry from potato chips and antic...
Neal Litherland2 years ago
3 Ways To Spice Up Combat in RPGs
You spent weeks planning this confrontation. Squads of hobgoblins harried the party all the way up the mountain side, deathtraps lurked around every corner, and ancient curses tried to break their min...
Scrampy Barnacle2 years ago
On Game Mastering For Fun
So I'd like to start by making it clear that I am in no way a GM god. I started playing D&D like, 10 years ago and for some reason, it seemed like I was the only dude with enough disposable time to ta...
Neal Litherland2 years ago
5 Tips For Playing Better Rogues
We all think we've got a handle on the rogue. They're trap spotters, skullduggerers, thieves, blackguards, and all-around bastards. Their moral compass points toward gold, and there is no trick too lo...
Matthew Harrison2 years ago
Virtual Space: The Sanctity of Elwynn Forest
Many a time, I awaken to a flashing montage of past memories and experiences. All can be cited to elicit some type of emotional response, be it a pang of guilt or a warm dull glow that will momentaril...
Start of a New Campaign
Most of you have probably heard of the game Dungeons and Dragons. I think many of you have even played it, or some other version of a tabletop roleplaying game. I, myself, decided to become a Dungeon ...