I don't have a lot to say about Timespinner except that it was fun enough. I kickstarted the game on a whim back when kickstarters still seemed like good ideas. I finally got around to playing it and breezed through. I found the game to be more interestingly, narratively-speaking, then in how it played. It … Continue reading Timespinner (PC, 2018)
In my desperate, post-Slay the Spire doldrums, I decided to go back to Terraria, another game I’ve spent hundreds of hours on already. The last time I played, I tried to get to the Moon Lord and failed miserably. Details are poorly stored in my memory banks, but I think it was a mix of … Continue reading I am the Moon Lord!
Well, it finally happened: I am a Dungeon Master running a D&D campaign. In addition to our regularly scheduled weekly game, we decided to start an irregularly scheduled side campaign (mostly to fill-in when our other party member is unavailable). The sister's boyfriend is the DM of our primary campaign (and has been for a … Continue reading Dungeons & Dragons (& Dinner)
After 970 hours, I have slain the spire and achieved everything. I previously wrote about Slay the Spire for GameSpace (thanks again, Bill) two years ago. I loved it then, and that love never stopped. I am not an achievement-seeker or a completionist at heart. However, I never mind doing either as a side effect … Continue reading Slain the Spire
Few genres are as nostalgic for me as the MMORPG. While EverQuest and Ultima Online remind me of summer, I strongly associate World of Warcraft with Christmas break. In a bid to recapture some of that glory, I felt a bit weak during the holidays and resubbed so I could try out WoW Classic for … Continue reading A Brief Journey in World of Warcraft Classic
There are a few facts about me that you must know before this article makes sense: Final Fantasy Tactics (FFT) is one of my favorite games of all time. Anything even tangentially-related to FFT is instantly of interest to me. In and around the year 2000, I was a Squaresoft fanboy, and I bought almost … Continue reading Vagrant Story, 20 Years Later
Time is precious. When it comes to playing video games, there are too many to waste time on any I am not enjoying. Each month, my backlog has a few casualties - games I consider “dropped” - where I’ve put in enough time or made the realization that I am not having fun. In December, … Continue reading Dropped Games (December 2019)