I’d noticed — as I’m sure all of you did, too — that I hadn’t written here for a while. I don’t play that many games that require a processor, other than League of Legends, so not many of my potential topics are particularly newsworthy. So I asked Incontrol what I could write about, and he suggested I do what I did with the bard: pick an underpowered Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 class and make it shine. While I take exception to the implication that the bard is underpowered, I took a look at a class tier list (eyes glazing over the bard’s ranking…) and picked some random schlub from the lower echelons.
Though I chose the swashbuckler (Complete Warrior) by chance, I do have some affection for the class. One of my favorite NPCs was a catfolk swashbuckler — who was quickly killed by Incontrol’s character. Consider this sweet, sweet revenge. Continue reading
As founder and editor-in-chief of this fine establishment, it is with great pleasure and excitement that I’d like to announce a new partnership with Scenic 7 PR!
Along with added potential for getting our name and message out there to you, we also have the potential to score review and contest copies of games in the future through Scenic 7. What we get out of the partnership, however, still depends on how well we do with views so if you love the site and want to keep it going, keep checking back in for new material and for the love of all that is holy COMMENT!
Here’s a link to our client page and to Scenic 7’s official announcement.
20 hours in! Read on for delicious nuggets of information, and nougat.
The Assassin's Creed reference I mentioned previously
Hey everyone, because NIS America is awesome, I got Disgaea 4 six whole days early than the store sale date, so I’ll be able to fill you in on all the goodness even earlier. Anyone who’s played Disgaea intently probably wants to know all the technical stuff, so I saved that for the end.
First: Opening that glorious USPS box
Before you read on, please, play this game.
Did you play it? I hope so, now, read the description.
Did you read it? Continue reading