Roleplaying

Post-noir Backbone sleuth game turns Vancouver into dystopia

The game allows the player to explore the city and engage in elaborate dialogues inspired by old-school CRPGs A beautiful and disturbing game set in an anthropomorphic dystopian version of Vancouver pits the player against a grim storyline involving classism, racism, and murder. Spine, a post-noir sleuth adventure role-playing game …

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Spotlight on Indie Games – Hidden Gems

Indie Games Spotlight is Goomba Stomp’s bi-weekly column where we highlight some of the most exciting new and upcoming indies. We’re in the midst of a wave of news this week as the E3 season is already well underway, but even as the major players in the industry start releasing …

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Geek Review: Biomutant | Geek Culture

The post-apocalyptic setting of a role-playing game isn’t exactly revolutionary, but Experiment 101 tries to do things a little differently, focusing more closely on nature Biomutant. Instead of the human race, animals have risen to take their fair share of the world. With their martial arts prowess and technological ingenuity, …

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GiantLands is now a TSR game

A new type of role-playing game made in Wisconsin Lac Léman, WI, May 27, 2021 – (PR.com) – Wonderfilled Inc. President Stephen Erin Dinehart IV has announced that his project GiantLands with gaming legends James M. Ward, E. Gary Gygax Jr., Larry Elmore, Jeff Dee and more, a role-playing game …

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Roblox: 10 games with the most players in 2021

Roblox is more popular than ever in 2021. There are all kinds of games, from role-playing games to Counter-Strike simulators, waves and waves of zombies. The games with the most players are the most fun to play: more players usually means more chaos, and what is Roblox without a lot …

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Meet Stargrave, Frostgrave’s sci-fi brother

I finally have my copy of Stargrave, the sci-fi answer to Joseph McCullough’s hugely popular and hugely popular fantasy figure skirmish game, Frostgrave. I am an avid FGV fan so I enthusiastically absorbed the rules for Stargrave (which have great similarities with those of Frostgrave) and start thinking about building …

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Dungeons & Dragons movie adds shadow and bone daisy head

Daisy Head joined Paramount’s Dungeons and dragons movie. Due date reports as the British actress, who plays Genya Safin in Netflix Shadow and bone, has joined an already star-studded cast that includes Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Rege-Jean Page, Judge Smith, Hugh Grant and Sophia Lillis. No further details have been …

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What if: Fallout 5 lets you play as a ghoul

Ghouls are some of the most fascinating people you meet while browsing the post-apocalyptic trash of the Fallout games. These mutated humans can live for hundreds of years – many of them survivors of the Great War – but suffer intense discrimination due to their zombie appearance. Ghouls have many …

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Assassin’s Creed is moving away from RPGs

Assassin’s Creed officially takes a look at the RPG aspect of its recent titles. However, that could push back classic fans of the series. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla made waves for Ubisoft, becoming one of the top-selling Assassin’s Creed franchise titles. Due to its success, the company has confirmed that it …

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The Elder Scrolls Online: How to Join a Guild

Joining a guild in ESO can really take your experience to the next level! Here’s everything you need to know to make it happen. Guilds are a central pillar of most MMO experiences, and The Elder Scrolls Online is certainly no exception. Whether you want to join a NPC Guild …

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10 RPGs That Play Best With Friends

Playing with friends is always an enjoyable pastime, regardless of the genre. Bullets can fly, ships can be destroyed, and fighters can face gruesome and bloody deaths, but there are few more enjoyable themes than coming together on a quest in search of adventure. RELATED: 10 Best Story-Based Games On …

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Saint Vincent flirts with the autobiography and sounds of the 70s

In the middle of Saint-Vincent’s latest album, the sleek and form-fitting “Masseduction” of 2017, there’s an unusually sparse piano ballad called “Happy birthday, Johnny.” Unlike many St. Vincent songs, this one is almost provocative: just a beautiful melody that Annie Clark’s voice imbues with warm, tired pathos. It tells the …

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Veto legislation that would harm my transgender child

A bill approved by the Florida legislature banning transgender children from female sports would make already vulnerable children even more vulnerable. The measure has serious consequences for my child and young people like her. At 3, our darling son was doing what we thought was role playing while he was …

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The best online gaming technology ever

Millions of people enjoy online games daily. People who enjoy playing various genres of video games including adventure, action, sports, fighting, role playing, and arcade. Other, less popular game genres include words, puzzles, matches, simulation, and real-time strategy. There is no doubt that online gambling continues to gain popularity across …

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WoW is gorgeous as a tabletop town

World of Warcraft is almost 16 years old. During this time, we have seen many expansions and even a return to the roots of classic PC gaming with WoW Classic. During this time, however, we’ve also seen WoW get its own paper-and-pen role-playing game. It’s been around since early 2003, …

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