Author Archives: DannyboyO1

Numenera Campaign: Adventure One

By | February 14, 2014

Numenera is a roleplaying game… if the term is unfamiliar, you can google for it. Numenera is a setting far in the future, as a sort of logical extreme of “technology sufficiently advanced”. The world is full of insane gizmos that are still (somewhat) operational… and nobody really knows how any of it works. The… Read More »

Mars: War Logs – Review

By | April 30, 2013

It’s pretty good. Something of a Bioware clone. Efficiently delivers the standard action-rpg experience. Some voice acting is bad. Overall, though, I felt good about the presentation, and always felt as though any reasonable action I could take in a given situation was decently covered. Steam clocks my playthrough at 20 hours, although some of… Read More »

What is it for? Good god, y’all?

By | January 31, 2013

I found myself offended by something I am reading. It’s a seemingly minor thing, just a question. “What is [the world] for?” “What is it for?” That’s 4 words, 15 characters, and might be the most efficient way I’ve been pissed off by anything in my life. It sounds so bloody innocent, to be pondering… Read More »

Risen! PC Game Review

By | August 3, 2010

I’d like to take a moment to tell you about Gothic. Crazy German RPG from a few years back, with an amazing take on action-adventure-rpgs. It wasn’t trying to be an RPG. It seriously had the bare minimum. You had hp, mp, strength, dex… 4 weapon skills, and a handfull of one-off abilities you could… Read More »

Category: PC

Zombie pay-for-play?

By | April 8, 2010

I am going to link to a flash game that breaks my heart: Zombie Assault 2 – Insane Asylum. This is zombie survival with guns and upgradable barriers. I”d rather like to know how the zombies manage to carry cash, and what agency it is that sells you barrier upgrades that you have to fix… Read More »

Training the Player

By | March 20, 2010

Hi. I play MMOs. At the moment, I”m going to take a bit of both our time to convey a concept about these colossal, yet awesome, timesinks. You have to learn how to play the game in order to excel at the game. Right, points for the obvious, I know. Now, the usual method of… Read More »