The club meeting is now in session and today we, become kings. Ok, ok, maybe not real kings but you sure will feel like a god amongst men after playing God of Blades for the iPhone/iPad. For those that don’t know, the game was launched as White Whale Games first project and raised a little over $4,800. It’s crazy how amazing this turned out on such little money. The art alone would make the late Great Frank Frazetta proud. You know what else would make him proud? Reading the rest of this article, so follow along.
I know we've all played some form of bartending simulators at some point in time. In most cases, they're pretty shitty and far from accurate. In comes Bar Oasis 2, where not only do I get to mix drinks accurately but damnit, I get to listen to customer's sad and often amusing life tales. What's better, is that I can turn these people off once their done making me feel better about my own life and relationships.
Sadly, due to some codex and formatting problems, I couldn't get the Weekly Reload up but the kinks are getting worked out. We like to take it one day at a time around here, plus I can't afford to be buying a new monitor after throwing some miscellaneous item at it every time the video fails to upload. Despite my shitty video editing problems, I wanted to touch on a few things coming up here at R&R in the next few weeks.
- Interview with Mark of the Ninja designers- We're aiming for the end of month for that one. Trust me, you'll want to see some of the questions we had to ask Klei Entertainment. Because some times you just need to ask a full time ninja secrets of the trade, you know what I mean?
- Introduction to some table top articles and we want to know what you think on them. It's been an enormous part of Lazarus' background and it's influenced both us and video games in general.
- Interview with Dark Theater, who made Character Folio Iphone/Ipad app for table top character creation sheets.
- As usual, we'll be featuring game and craft beer reviews as well our experiences in the gaming world, chock-full of sarcastic and cynical metaphors for you to share with your friends.
After watching the new Dredd 3D (which was a riot) I wanted to see what else had been released for Judge Dredd franchise. After a little searching I stumbled upon Countdown to Sector 106 and said to myself, why the fuck not.
Click along with me and read how much nostalgia is held in this awesome adventure book!