It looks like all that speculation about the enhanced edition of Baldur's Gate coming to the iPad was true! I was super excited reading this, until I noticed that the URL ended in "baldurs-gate-enhanced-edition-for-ipad-3/". Hmm. I have an iPad 2. That's kind of a bummer. Still, those of you with the most modern iteration of... Continue Reading →
A few weeks ago, I became aware through my Technical Vizier of a project called EQEmu. Not a strange, flightless bird, but rather a reverse-engineered emulator of the popular MMORPG EverQuest. I have to admit, on hearing this and then visiting the EQEmu site, it was love. Why? Let me delve a bit into the... Continue Reading →
This past week I downloaded Red Dead Redemption for my Xbox 360. Each hour spent tapping X, Y, A, and B taught lessons, which great wargames should emulate. In my brief time with riding through the wild west gathering flowers, killing outlaws, and playing poker I glimpsed behind the game design curtain. Some of the... Continue Reading →
The press release speaks for itself: Paizo Licenses Pathfinder MMO Rights Goblinworks to Produce Next-Generation Fantasy Sandbox MMO November 21, 2011 (REDMOND, Wash.) – Paizo Publishing, LLC has licensed the MMORPG electronic gaming rights to its smash-hit Pathfinder Roleplaying Game intellectual property to Goblinworks, a Redmond, Washington game developer and publisher that will create Pathfinder Online, a next-generation fantasy sandbox massively multiplayer online... Continue Reading →
I've been in something of a daze since about 12:01am early Friday morning. You see, that's when Steam let me play The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. I usually write about tabletop RPGs here on TitC, but my interests are varied, and a good computer role-playing game can get its hooks into me easily if I... Continue Reading →
Let's talk. Tell me how you read. Do you have a nook, a Kindle, or an iPad? Have you gotten the PC or Mac apps for nook or Kindle? Tell me how they work for you.
I just had the chance to go up a few levels in the newest addition to the Mount & Blade franchise: Fire and Sword. It was exactly what I was expecting and that's a damned good thing!
If you’ve never heard of the game Minecraft I’m here to make sure that you don’t blind yourself when you get out from under that rock.