Star Wars: Andor

Andor was one of the first live-action series announced by Disney several years ago. Ever since, it has been the subject of much speculation. Obviously, the series was to focus on the character of Cassian Andor (introduced in the Rogue One film). While most fans agreed that Andor was an excellent character, a large portion of the fan community (myself...

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Review: Phantasy Star IV – The End of the Millennium

At long last I have completed my playthrough for the final entry in the¬†Phantasy Star series! It took quite a bit longer than I anticipated, but I’m proud to say I have finished Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millennium and I have plenty of thoughts to share. If you’re a regular reader, you probably know that I’m a...

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Third Party D&D: The Book of the Righteous (Green Ronin Publishing)

Now that I’m finally caught up on all of the official (and even the semi-official) D&D releases, I can finally jump back into the wonderful world of third-party supplements. To date, the only third-party D&D releases I’ve really discussed have been a handful of monster books by Kobold Press and the two Tal’dorei campaign settings. But there’s so much more...

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Review: Blood Omen 2

I tried my best to have this review complete by Halloween, but I fell short by a few days. Despite missing my goal, I’m here with a review for yet another chapter in the Legacy of Kain series, this time with Blood Omen 2. If you’re a bit confused by the variety of sequels this series has to offer, don’t...

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Review: Corpse Party

Happy Halloween friends! As many of my long-time readers know, I try to review a scary game in time for Halloween. Typically, I pick a spooky game from whatever backlog era I’m currently working on. For example, in recent years I reviewed Resident Evil 0, Fatal Frame, and Luigi’s Mansion – all games from the GameCube/PS2/Xbox generation. This year, I...

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Dungeons & Dragons: The Temple of Elemental Evil (Official Reprint)

I suppose if I had to pick a D&D adventure to discuss for Halloween, I couldn’t do much better than the legendary Temple of Elemental Evil. Of all the classic D&D modules I played when I was young, this is the one that I’ve carried around in my head more than any other. Everything an old grognard like me loves...

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Firestarter – Stephen King

Halloween is almost upon us. What better time is there to curl up with another one of Stephen King’s classic novels? Yes, I know I haven’t really been restricting my King consumption just to the month of October. In fact, I read his books throughout most of the last year. But, can you blame me? Once you dive in, they...

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Review: Devil May Cry

I’m going to start the month off with a review for a game that was added to my backlog after being requested from multiple readers. The game in question is Devil May Cry. This is one that I’ve never played before and one that was not originally on my list. As I said above, about a year ago I asked...

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Dungeons & Dragons: Spelljammer – Adventures in Space

At long last, one of the most sought after and infamous campaign settings is finally here for Fifth Edition D&D… Spelljammer is back! As someone who spent quite a lot of time playing Second Edition, I remember the original release of Spelljammer quite fondly. So, it goes without saying that I was extremely excited to learn that it was finally...

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