01 Feb 2016

Serpent in the Staglands[1080@60FPS]: #2 First combat

Episode One saw us getting started. Now we slowly head-off into the wilderness where I get my first taste of combat against some Goblins, Wolves and Foxes. I’m definitely feeling the need for caution and saving often as I approach every encounter. I’m also still trying to figure out the

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28 Jan 2016

Let’s Play Eador: Genesis #1

Eador: Genesis is an alluring mash-up of turn-based tactics, stategy, troop management and city-building sprinkled with RPG aspects. I had gotten it for really cheap during a Steam sale and always liked what I saw, but never played it. I’ve decided to dive in and do a Let’s Play series

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24 Jan 2016

Echoes of Aetheria: Impressions

Jessica wrote her review of Echoes of Aetheria, but I wanted to share my first impressions of this non-startling yet professional example of an RPG made with RPG maker. It’s a worthy game that justifies its pricetag against other RPG Maker games. It may not win any awards against the

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22 Jan 2016

[GCS] Learning RPG Maker MV #1

I’m going to show you how insanely easy and quick it is to understand the basics of RPG Maker MV, the latest Maker published by Degica. This Game Creation Station series is not exacting in its delivery. I’m approaching it from the standpoint of a newb who is slowly tinkering with

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09 Jan 2016

Dustbowl Gives Fallout Experience In A Unique Indie Package

Either a lazy Alien trash barge decided to use Earth as a quick dumping spot before speeding home to catch the latest Alien crime drama or something more nefarious is afoot. Welcome to Dustbowl. I started a Let’s Play series for Dustbowl and have been discovering a desolate, post-apocalyptic gem wrapped in

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03 Jan 2016

Final Fantasy V Enhanced Playthrough #2

It’s been a long time since playthrough #1. Let’s recap. I just made it to the wind shrine for the first time when I ended #1. The Story so far We explored the Wind Shrine, gained our first jobs within the job-system and headed West to find the town of

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01 Jan 2016

Serpent in the Staglands Let’s Play #1

I’ve been wanting to do a proper Let’s Play of Serpent in the Staglands for a long time now, but it was a to-do item that I all-too-often relegate to an unwritten list with no time or date-stamp and only file away in my mind. This means it’s something I

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31 Dec 2015

Intriguing Turn-Based Teaser by Makers of Serpent in the Staglands

I don’t know about you, but I got excited when spying a teaser-site for Copper Dreams by Whalenought studios, makers of Serpent in the Staglands. By the name and descriptions on the site, I’m envisioning a mashup of Cyberpunk, Steampunk and detective noir with a splash of Blade Runner featuring

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27 Dec 2015

Where Will Retro Games Stand in the VR Age

I’ve been a bit fascinated by the prospect of VR gaming. The collective mind of the Internet has blasted right past all the usual fair of the basics of what VR can do. The basics are neat enough, but the Internet was not satisfied with such basic triflings and started

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23 Dec 2015

Feed A Friend For An Hour or Let Them Game A Lot Longer

After the last Gaming Goddess podcast talking about ideas for Christmas, I decided to put together this post about gifting video games. It’s fairly common to compare the value of items to food. Yeah. Food is really important, but nowadays eating out is a luxury more than ever. With that

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