Dungeons & Dragons: Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel

Today I’m going to take a look at the latest D&D release, Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel. This book, like a handful of other Fifth Edition D&D products, is a collection of small adventures. But unlike those other books, it can be argued that this release also serves as a new campaign setting as well. There’s thirteen adventure modules crammed...

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Review: Secret of Mana

It’s difficult to have a discussion about retro JRPGs without someone mentioning Secret of Mana. This game has long been heralded as one of the most critically acclaimed 16-bit era RPG titles. But despite all of the hype, it’s one game that I never managed to check out during it’s heyday. That being said, it’s also not a game that...

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Slaying the Dragon: A Secret History of Dungeons & Dragons – Ben Riggs

It’s very rare that I pick up a new book on release day. It’s even rarer for me to read through it in less than forty-eight hours. But that’s exactly what happened with Slaying the Dragon by Ben Riggs. Now, I will go on record and say up front, this is not a book for everyone. The subtitle reads “A...

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Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi

Of all the Star Wars shows that have aired on Disney+ thus far, Obi-Wan Kenobi is the one that I was most excited for. Unlike the Mandalorian or Boba Fett, Obi-Wan is not a secondary character. His story is a big part of the Star Wars saga. Ever since I was a child, he’s been one of my favorite characters....

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Dungeons & Dragons: The Lost City (Official Reprint)

It’s no secret that I love classic D&D. And, for what it’s worth, I think Goodman Games’ line of Original Adventures Reincarnated is some of the best content available for fifth edition. To date, I’ve discussed the first three releases in this line and each one has been an absolute masterpiece. Today, I’m going to take a look at the fourth...

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Review: Silent Hill 2

Today is a special day. My backlog has finally brought me to a game that is nothing short of legendary. I’m talking about Silent Hill 2. As most of my readers will know, the Silent Hill series is held in high regard among gamers. But this particular chapter in the series is often considered to be one of the greatest...

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The Dead Zone – Stephen King

  I feel sort of bad for pushing all my other books aside to go on a Stephen King binge. But honestly, I can’t say I really regret it. His novels are nothing short of addicting. Today, I’m going to focus on the fan-favorite The Dead Zone. As a teenager, I read a number of King’s earliest works. But this...

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Dungeons & Dragons: Mordenkainen Presents – Monsters of the Multiverse

For some time now I’ve been mentioning the upcoming “refresh” of Fifth Edition D&D. While the actual revamp of the core rulebooks is still a ways off, the first product in this new line of thinking is finally here; Monsters of the Multiverse! In reality, this book has been available for a while now as part of the Rules Expansion...

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