'Borderlands 3' is inferior in every way to its predecessors, except one: the shlooting.
You know that fantasy epic about breaking the cycle of power you were looking for? Well...
Google+ got plenty of shade in its short time on this world, but it was a boon for the RPG community.
It's a widely hailed as a classic, one of the richest and smartest RPGs ever made. So why didn't it inspire imitation?
Bethesda made a sandbox. With mods, spreadsheets, dice rolls, rules, and records, he made it his own world.
A weight of expectation and obligation detracts from an otherwise great narrative adventure about colonialism and its politics.
‘Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom’ advocates simple rules, strong claims, and a demand for empathy and honest governance.
‘Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden,’ I’m calling you out.
Action-adventure and RPG games are packed with hidden lessons about real world wealth.
Once upon a time, I adored the Baldur's Gate series. After hundreds of hours of play and analysis, I can't stand it any more.
Reviewing Picaresque's 'Nantucket'; Or, 'The Raid-Boss of the Oceans'
Tyler Kamstra’s “Monstrous Races” offers guidelines for playing as species that are far from humanoids.