This is the second installment in a series. If you missed part one, check out Becoming a Dungeon Master.
Hello, burgeoning Dungeon Master! In the last entry, we discussed getting your expectations at healthy levels and the materials you will need to start your journey. Assuming you have those, let’s build your world.
Roll for initiative!
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It’s common knowledge by now that Fallout 76 was a huge flop. However, even I was surprised to see just how little the game seems to be valued by Polish retailer X-Kom. Their website has a bundle which includes a set of four pairs of PS4 controller thumbsticks and a copy of Fallout 76 for the PS4. The price of the bundle (which is currently live on the site but unavailable) is roughly $70, which is the price of the two items bought separately. That all seems perfectly normal, but the story doesn’t end there.
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It’s time to rejoice! GoG’s Lantern Sale is now on and here are our top picks. If you’ve been on the fence about any of these games, now is one of the best opportunities to pick them up.
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Electronic Arts and Respawn’s newest title APEX Legends has taken the Battle Royale scene by storm. Check out these handy tips and tricks to put together the best possible team comp and make your way towards victory.
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While playing through Kingdom Hearts 3 these are some of the tips and tricks that helped me. Some may seem simple and/or common sense however, I think they may benefit someone new to the series. These are just suggestions, and they may not fit your play-style. Continue reading “Tips and Tricks: Kingdom Hearts 3”
A new item has been datamined from Pokemon Go’s latest update by Chrales. The Team Medallion has not been officially announced by Niantic, but according to the description, it is an item that will allow the player to change teams.
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See below for the wide array of the new video games of the week! Anthem, Yakuza Kiwami for PC, and Pode are among this week’s major releases.
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Epic’s refund policy is a mess, but it’s not so much the policy itself. Fourteen days after purchase and two hours of gameplay is pretty standard, but the implementation of it is sloppy and feels like a system from ten years ago, and is completely unintegrated with user accounts. Here is what I discovered after unfortunately having to use it today.
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After One Finger Death Punch was reviewed back in January on Five Dollar Dives, we looked in anticipation for the sequel. At the time, there wasn’t much information about it other than that it was upcoming. However, the original title is best summarized in this way: “There is a moment of calm when you first start, then the enemies start to appear. The time has come for you to unleash your fingers (or thumbs) of fury, with the results being a spectacle of bodies flying and bloodshed everywhere.”
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Welcome to this week’s edition of Five Dollar Dives, where I will be reviewing the game AWAKE.
What first caught my attention with this game was the style of graphics, although the tagline on the store page also piqued my interest: “It was supposed to be a romantic trip… but turned into a brutal murder scene.” From this description, I was not expecting a point and click game. I am hesitant to call it an adventure game as you do not get much time to do things.
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