10 Amazing D&D Podcasts That Aren’t Role Critical

The popularity of critical role led to a new appreciation of Dungeons & Dragons, and an avenue for new podcasts. Even if D&D has been around since 1974, the game started to gain popularity with the 5th edition. Some of this popularity can be attributed to the massive success of …

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Endwalker Early Access launches at 4:00 a.m. ET on December 3

It will be officially launched four days later In a confusing turn of events for some, Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker Early Access kicks off this Friday, December 3 at 1:00 a.m. PT / 4:00 a.m.ET. To be clear, early access is provided to people who pre-order and are given an …

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International film: Tetsuo – A combination of disgusting body horror and cyberpunk cynicism

Written by Jason Fox. To quote his full name, Tetsuo the Iron Man (1989) is a dystopian techno take on hell realized by one of Japan’s most original and violent cinematic minds, Shinya Tsukamoto. It’s a sci-fi horror masterpiece like nothing else before (or since) and absolutely essential for anyone …

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February release confirmed but is it worth the wait?

Dying Light 2: Stay Human is an upcoming action zombie shooter role-playing game, and it will be a sequel to Dying Light, released in 2015; the game will be developed and published by Techland. Is it worth the wait? Dying Light is one of those early zombie survival games that …

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The best role-playing games and tabletop props (non-D&D)

This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Over the past two years, I’ve seen more people talk about role-playing games (RPGs) than ever before – people inside and outside of my personal gaming sphere come together to play RPGs on …

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Astria Ascending’s fantastical racism is lazy and unnecessary

Video games with high-resolution 2D graphics are rare in today’s market, and turn-based RPGs are also rarer than their action RPG counterparts. This makes Astria Ascendant a notable release for genre fans, but while the old-fashioned look and gameplay elements may divide some, the game’s heavy reliance on “fantasy racism” …

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Don’t expect to see Cyberpunk 2077 on Xbox Game Pass or PS Now anytime soon

Red Project CD head quarter CD Project noted that “it is far too early to [Cyberpunk 2077]”to join one of the console’s subscription services. In a call to investors today (via VGC), the company was asked if we’re going to see Cyberpunk 2077 land on subscription services like Xbox Game …

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D&D: 10 best spell combos to surprise DMs

With hundreds of different spells in Dungeons and Dragons, multiple combinations can wreak havoc in the game. Being a high fantasy role-playing game, magic is a versatile and creative aspect of D&D. It can be a bit intimidating at first, but once players master it, there are a lot of …

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Len’s Island Preview: Hack & Build

Len’s Island is an Early Access game that combines exploring Diablo’s hack and slash dungeons with building the Stardew Valley house. Len Island is a dungeon exploration and simulation game developed and published by Flow Studios, which is in Early Access on Steam. It is still early for Len Island …

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Details of “Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier”

Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier, a free-to-play mobile battle royale fighting game designed by Tetsuya Nomura of Square Enix, has been released worldwide, generating over a million downloads in just two days of its debut. New Final fantasy takes place in Midgar three decades before the events of Final …

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