Roleplaying

The best RPGs for kids

Role-playing games (RPGs) have thrived in the video game community for generations, and every day more and more people are discovering some of the best RPGs we have to offer. RELATED: RPGs That Get Much Darker Midway Hoping to make a kid in your life addicted to RPGs? These games …

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Cowboy Bebop: Faye’s live-action costume changes, explained

Actress Daniella Pineda explains the practical reasons behind the changes to Faye Valentine’s costume in Netflix’s live-action Cowboy Bebop. The differences between the costume of Faye Valentine in the Cowboy Bebop The anime and live-action adaptation is an important aspect of the discourse surrounding Netflix’s new show. In a recent …

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Volunteers sleep outside to help homeless youth

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – A few dozen volunteers spend the night outdoors in Colorado Springs to help raise funds and educate youth about homelessness in the community. The Night Out project is taking place in downtown First United Methodist Church and will benefit The PLACE homeless youth shelter. Executive Director …

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Review: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is Bare Bones on Switch, still a classic

Screenshot: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic i really loved it Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic when it launched almost 20 years ago, and it’s a game that has aged, quite a bit, but not as gracefully as other games. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic …

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Leaf Mobile Reports Third Quarter 2021 Financial Results

Year-to-date revenue growth of 32.1% compared to same period last year Third Quarter Revenue Increased 3.7% Compared To Same Period Last Year Year-to-date adjusted EBITDA up 16.5% compared to the same period last year RuPaul’s Drag Race Superstar Surpasses 1 Million Downloads Since Launch, Reaches Top 100 Highest-grossing Games in …

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The Lexington Lightsaber League hosts fights for fun

LEXINGTON (FOX 56) – It’s hard to explain a class that takes place every Wednesday evening in Woodland Park. It’s part fencing, part martial arts, part theater. And all for fun. Williams Atkinson, one of the instructors, said, “A common comment we get is, ‘I love your choreography.’ But none …

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