It's a good time to be a gamer. We wanted to take a quick look at all the great video games coming out this month for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and the Nintendo Switch.If you like RPG, shooters, or other types of games, there's sure to be something on that will get you excited. From the new Frostpunk for the PC to God of War for PS4, there's a lot to look forward to in April 2018 when it comes to gaming.Whether … [Read more...] about New Video Games for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch in April 2018
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Our next author interview is with Matthew Siege. You might know him from his zombie LitRPG series - Headshot. Siege considers himself a father, writer, and a gamer - not always in that order. Sit back and enjoy listening to another writer share a bit of their world with us. When did you first start writing? In the summer before kindergarten I was in some sort of put-your-kids-here-so-you-can-go-to-work thing during … [Read more...] about Author Interview with Matthew Siege
Read our picks for the top D&D books of all time...Dungeons and Dragons is more than just a game. It's spawned numerous adaptations in multiple forms of media. If there's one area where it's done particularly well, though, it's in the world of literature.There are dozens, if not hundreds, of D&D books out there that range from the almost-unreadable to the nearly-sublime. These books help to flesh out … [Read more...] about Best D&D Books of All Time?
Learn more about the major Dragonlance characters...Dragonlance is one of the most beloved settings of Dungeons and Dragons. While it might have faded away as new versions of the game were launched, there's still a strong fan base for the setting.One of the reasons that Dragonlance remains so beloved is the characters - a group that hits not only all the high spots of the fantasy world, but that helped to … [Read more...] about Memorable Dragonlance Characters
Our next LitRPG author interview is with Christopher Keene. He penned the Dream State saga. The first book in the series, Stuck in the Game, was published back in 2016. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature with Honors in Creative Writing. Let's dive right in to our interview. When did you first start writing? Kindergarten... although I suppose you mean actual prose.Short answer: 1998, when I … [Read more...] about Author Interview with Christopher Keene
Next up on the LitRPG author interview list is Stephan Morse. You may know him as the author of the wonderful Continue Online series. Morse was born in 1983 in San Diego. The next fifteen years were spent slowly escaping California and surviving a public education system. Thus far he's made it to the Seattle (WA) region with little desire to go further. When not trying to shove words together into sentences Stephan … [Read more...] about Author Interview with Stephan Morse
Dungeons and Dragons is the number one name in tabletop role-playing. Sure, there have been contenders over the years but no game has ever really been able to dethrone the king. One of the big reasons for this is that Dungeons and Dragons have always found ways to cater to multiple audiences. The sheer number of campaign settings and modules makes it possible to find new adventures that will make almost any player … [Read more...] about Best D&D Adventures & Modules for 5e
Nintendo's got a bit of a weird reputation in the world of RPGs. If you got into gaming in recent generations, you probably don't think much of the company's output. While they might have had a few good JRPGs that American gamers had to import here or there, it's mostly been a company that's skated by on handheld releases like Pokemon, The World Ends With You, or Monster Hunter. It's not exactly a company that's … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch RPG Games List 2018
Our next interview is with Blaise Corvin. You may know him from the Delvers LLC series, but he's also written other books. Let's jump right in.When did you first start writing? I can first remember actually really getting into story after being introduced to creative writing in 3rd grade. I’d been reading from a young age, but when I actually started building my own story, I fell in love.That first story I … [Read more...] about Author Interview with Blaise Corvin
The pantheon of great figures in fantasy is often filled with obscure members. Sure, there are authors like Tolkein and creators like Gygax in there, but most of the names are only known to those who are deeply engaged with the works themselves. It's the works, though, that tend to be remembered by most. Even if they can't remember the author's name, they definitely remember the impact that their writing had on the … [Read more...] about RPG Legends: Margaret Weis