My favorite RPGs are the ones where I get to bring companions with me. BioWare games are known for that, but Skyrim is another game where I had somebody rolling with me into combat -- and even Geralt in The Witcher sometimes gets some help. The key to a good party is having a unique set of… Continue reading My Ideal RPG Party!
Lately I’ve jumped back into Dragon Age: Inquisition. What’s weird is that I find the combat less interesting than it was in previous Dragon Age games, and I’m not entirely sure why. That’s why I’ve decided to break down how fighting works in each game! Dragon Age: Origins (2009) In the first game, playing on PC… Continue reading Comparing the Combat of the “Dragon Age” Games
I'm leaning toward yes... but I'm still on the fence. A "yes" implies that fans should have a say in what happens in video games, and that makes video game developers something like clients. It implies that video games should first and foremost be a commodity. And let's face it, most of the time, they are.… Continue reading Should Video Game Companies Dialogue with Fans?