Rpgs

  • Stories of a Gamer: Bunneh3000′s History Of Gaming

    … like Mechwarrior, Wing Commander, and X-Wing were still pulling me back to my flightstick on my PC. Still, the controller was becoming my weapon of choice for games like NBA Live, football games, and even RPGs like Final Fantasy, Xenogears, Parasite Eve, and more. Around that time was when I began playing obscure games like Romance of the Three…

    2 readers - Gaming Precision -
  • This guy is compiling a digital book that will review over 280 computer RPGs--and when it's done, yo

    …This guy is compiling a digital book that will review over 280 computer RPGs—and when it's done, you can get it for free. Developers like Obsidian's Chris Avellone have already agreed to participate. "The book is going well, but I need some spotlight to travel into the far reaches of the internet and reach fans with stories to tell," curator Felipe Pepe tells Kotaku. You can see some sample reviews here, and keep track of his progress on Google Docs. Read more...…

    1 readers - Jason Schreier - Kotaku -
  • Why NPCs Always Have The Same One-Liners

    … Dorkly has the answer in their latest comic about why all the NPCs in various stores act weird and repeat the same sentences over and over again. It's absolutely not because their AI is simple. Check out more Dorkly comics here. Why RPG NPCs Always Repeat Themselves [Dorkly] To contact the author of this post, write to: gergovas@kotaku.com …

    1 readers - Gergo Vas - Kotaku -
  • The 12 Most Obnoxious Dungeons & Dragons Monsters

    …In the worlds of D&D, there are countless monsters that terrify the general populace, but only a few truly strike fear into the heart of adventurers. Not because they're so powerful, mind you, but because they're really annoying. Here are a dozen player-tormenting monsters beloved by cruel Dungeons Masters. Top image by DeviantArtist Dangercook…

    16 readers - Kotaku - Monsters - Dungeons & Dragons -


  • 15 More Obscure RPGs We Wish Had Sequels

    …Following last week's List of 7 Obscure RPGs I Wish Had Sequels, there were so many incredible suggestions from Kotaku readers that we're doing it again. I had a dream last night that I watched a secret Stanley Kubrick film that hadn't been…Read moreRead on The list below includes RPGs and action RPGs readers wanted sequels for. It references…

    4 readers - Kotaku -
  • Freeware Garden: SanctuaryRPG

    …Describing SanctuaryRPG as a huge, hilarious and most honorable devourer of free time would be an understatement. Also, a rather vague statement too, as this freeware beauty also happens to be a proper, full-fledged text-based RPG with some terrific ASCII illustrations and outrageous bosses, that lets you fantasize about being anything from a burly…

  • Feature Friday: Five horrible X-Men games, and a beg for one that delivers

    …This past week we’ve been posting a bunch of X-Men related stuff, most of it having to do with the Death of Wolverine storyline in the comics. It got us to thinking though; where are all the good X-Men games? Brought up by new BG arrival and big time X-Men fan Kiri, it seems like there are just no good X-games anywhere as of late. For a while…

    1 readers - Brutal Gamer -
  • The 20 Most WTF Magical Items in Dungeons & Dragons

    …Every Dungeons & Dragons character seeks magical items for their abilities. But some wizards aren't interested in making powerful relics; they're interested in making nonsense, because they're crazy, or things that will screw your character over, because they're jerks. The result? These ridiculous artifacts from D&D's golden days. Read more…

    5 readers - Kotaku - Dungeons & Dragons -


5 Blogs about the topic


The latest from the top blogs