It’s been a while since I’ve given a behind the scenes look at what I had planned during the sessions of my D&D Twitch shnow, This is How We Role. But with the current adventure finished, I thought it would be nice to talk about a few things.
New players, new adventure, how exciting! The goal for this session was to bring the new party together and I think it went swimmingly! Continue reading This is How we Role – Episode 12 – Lost in Translocation
It’s Friday again, so it’s time for a new episode of my new playthrough series of Nightmare Creatures. Continue reading Let’s Play Nightmare Creatures – Episode 2
The last Grundislav Games titles I played were Shardlight and A Golden Wake and I absolutely loved them. Now I’ve received a nifty preview key for their upcoming title, Lamplight City, and you bet I had to take a look. And to make it more interesting, I’ve done my preview in video form! Continue reading Preview – Lamplight City
I’ve been talking about this for ages, so now it’s time to put up or shut up and trust me, by the end of this video you’ll be very aware I can’t seem to shut up! Continue reading Nightmare Creatures – Episode 1 – Victorian Biohazard
I couple of weeks ago I mentioned I was getting ready to once again record/broadcast game playthroughs, with a chosen focus on older games. At the time I mentioned a couple of titles, and since then I’ve acquired other titles to tackle, both through recordings and live playthroughs on twitch. Let me tell you a bit about them Continue reading Oldies & Goldies – Games on the Let’s Play List
Vampyr released yesterday, a new game by DONTNOD, a developer that continues to impress me with their ability to tackle different genres and play styles. To say Vampyr has been on people’s radar is one hell of an understatement, it certainly was on mine. So, is it good, or does it at least have a compelling opening? Time to find out! Continue reading VAMPYR – Prologue Commentary
On Friday I mentioned my intent to return to the wonderful world of Let’s Play series on YouTube, but that to make things interesting and leave it to the audience to decide which series they’d like to go with, I would imitate Amazon on its Pilot Season, where they show the first episode of potential TV series, picking the most popular to go forward at the end of the preliminary season. Continue reading Pilot Season – Week 1 – Ori and the Blind Forest