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Next-gen consoles finally launched last week, bringing with them a slew of big-name titles like Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales. Although hype remains at an all-time...

It’s rare to see a game with a truly balanced meta, and yet here Pokemon is, dangling its 900-strong roster of creatures that can only say their own name right in front of us. It’s impressive, isn’t...

The Pokemon franchise is designed around single-player experiences and PVP multiplayer battles. It’s not built for the group party dynamics of a game like Dungeons & Dragons, but the monsters...

There are as many ways to approach Dungeon Mastering as there are Dungeon Masters. Some like to follow pre-written books, some like to weave rich worlds of their own, and others just make it up as they...

Netflix’s The Witcher was such a massive hit that not one, but two subsequent seasons were greenlit almost immediately. Season Two will seemingly focus on the events of Andrzej Sapkowski’s...

It’s only a couple of more weeks until the official arrival of the Brotherhood of Steel to the wild Appalachian wasteland of Fallout 76. In the recent Fallout 76 – Steel Dawn (Developer Gameplay),...

A battle royale based on Vampire: The Masquerade was recently announced for a 2021 release. Fans of the series were critical of the decision to use this franchise as the basis for a battle royale, but...

Cyberpunk Red, the latest tabletop role-playing game from R. Talsorian Games, is big and brash. The 458-page volume is much more than a game manual. It’s also a collection of short stories, vignettes...

Backed by razor-sharp combat, Godfall is at its best when a boss steps into the arena. These foes put up good fights and push you to use everything in your arsenal. The back-and-forth clashes against these...

Catan, formally known as The Settlers of Catan, is celebrating 25 years. Time to blow up the balloons, break out the party poppers, and fill up on cake and ice cream. It was spring 1996 when I first heard...