Back in 2007 a phenomenon was born on Earth.
It provided a new universe for humanity to explore and new characters to interact with.
Some even say that it changed the landscape of RPGs itself.
It was quickly dubbed a classic by countless game reviewers.
Those who played it called it…
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It's not often that I talk about books on here, since the books I read and the games I play don't often mesh well together. Sure, they share the same basic concepts -sci fi, fantasy, mystery, etc- but the one doesn't really have anything to do with the other. That changed very . . . → Read More: Gaming Convergence
I was inspired this week. As this is a situation in which I normally do not find myself in, I thought it deserved some analysis. First, let me tell you what brought about this moment of inspiration: I was just poking around Deviantart one morning, as is my wont, when I came across this.
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I've probably mentioned before how many of my earliest-and some of my fondest- gaming memories came from playing point and click adventure games, particularly those produced by LucasArts. For a type of game that employed such a simple control scheme they offered a surprising amount of depth and complexity to the player in terms of . . . → Read More: You Can’t Keep a Good Genre Down
So, I've been sitting down to finally get some quality time in with Assassin's Creed 3 lately and, at about halfway through the game, I have to frankly admit that it's a marvel. The setting, the story, the mix of historical events and fiction set against the tumultuous birth of . . . → Read More: When What Is Optional Is Mandatory: The Bizarre Nature Of Assassin’s Creed 3