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[Fiction] Ready Player One

June 11th, 2013

┬áIf you still haven’t seen or heard about it, Ready Player One is a novel by Ernest Cline. I just finished listening to the Audiobook which is read by none other than the legendary Wil Wheaton. And it was glorious. Here is a synopsis of the plot: The year is 2044 and the world is […]

Farewell, Nintendo Power.

December 3rd, 2012

When I heard about the decision to end Nintendo Power a few months ago, I didn’t really know how to react. The magazine always had a certain charm to it, and a special place in my childhood since I finally convinced my parents to get me a subscription at issue 38 (and began collecting back […]

I took a short trip out of town with my wife and the baby this weekend and in a game store I happened across this small book sitting by the counter. I flipped through it briefly and the cashier gave me a nod and told me that she really enjoyed it herself, it was a […]

You read that right. If you act quickly, you can donate $20 to the rescue effort in Haiti and receive $1481.31 worth of downloadable RPG books from DrivethruRPG. This kind of deal is absolutely unheard of, and it comes with the added benefit of helping out the victims of the disastrous earthquake that befell our […]

Opinions about Final Fantasy VII have floated from “Best RPG ever made” to “Worst RPG ever made” and everywhere in between. Despite my personal opinions about the game itself, I can’t deny that Yoshinori Kitase wrote a compelling story full of genuine emotion and set the stage for something much larger than just a game. […]

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