I have been trying to get into physical Warhammer for more than 25 years since I played it as a child. The main reason I haven’t until now is the costs involved in the hobby and with the fact video games have mostly overtaken and enhanced what board and tabletop games do. This doesn’t mean they are obsolete, just that there is more competition than ever for peoples time. The social aspect of the hobby is still hard to beat though.
It’s nearly Christmas and not long before the end of 2020 but before it ends I have assembled my Game of the Year list. 2020 was a pretty quiet year for games. There were some big-budget games like The Last of Us Part II, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and Half-Life: Alyx. While Cyberpunk 2077 came and is a big disappointment. Crusader Kings III also came out but I purposely avoided playing it.
Microsoft and Xbox have released their next generation of consoles today. There is two to choose from: the 4K compatible Xbox Series X or the disc-less Xbox Series S. Both will play your old games and have access to Game Pass.
I am sure you have noticed the massive protests that have been happening around many cities and towns of America, Europe, and many other countries after the shameful killing of George Floyd. These type of events aren’t uncommon in America or around the world, and probably won’t be the last. This one has felt a bit different, as it more than ever united disgust by all and want for change, regardless of their background and race.
This guide is a complete list of all normal and unque items in Minecraft Dungeons with descriptions, stats, and where to find them. This means it contains everything from every sword to every cape, and pet currently available in the game. I have also added some upcoming DLC items as an added bonus.
Minecraft Dungeons has only came out recently but yesterday I beat it on Apocalypse mode, which is the hardest mode in the game. If you look below you can see the character setup that I used.
Paradox Interactive have announced the release date for their third game in the Crusader Kings franchise. It will be released on the 1st September on PC, and will be available in all the normal store fronts such as from Steam and Paradox Interactive’s own web store.
It’s nearly the end of 2019 but before it ends I have once again assembled my Game of the Year list. 2019 wasnt the most memorable year for games, while there was some interesting games like Disco Elysium, Pathologic 2, Resident Evil 2, and Control it still had the usual big budget games that were mostly average. I played a few games this year mostly thanks to Xbox Games Pass, and from returning to old games. Many of the best games I played this year missed the cut off point and will likely feature in my Game of the Year 2020.
It’s that time of the year again where your father was killed by a godlike Chinese martial art expert, and everyone in town doesn’t know where anything is, and your close friend has been kidnapped by a dock gang called the Mad Angels. While you are tucking into your presents and food, take a moment to think about Ryo Hazuki being stuck forever in a saga that may never end, and all those other people in the world who couldn’t enjoy Christmas for one reason or another.
I saw Once Upon a Time in Hollywood yesterday in cinema and as a fan of Quentin Tarantino I was expecting certain Tarantino aspects to appear in the film and it mostly didn’t disappoint. However was it good though?