Not 100% sure how I feel about this one. I haven’t gone far into my copy of Gloomhaven – it is a commitment. But a digital version may open up the gameplay to new players and veterans looking for a quick experience alike. But no matter how you feel about it, Gloomhaven is going digital.
The Sierra games where THE adventure games to play in the 80’s and early 90’s. King’s Quest, Quest for Glory (originally Hero’s Quest), Space Quest, Police Quest, even Leisure Suit Larry have a special place in many gamers hearts from my generation. And now, from the original designers of the Quest for Glory series, Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption has completed it’s long journey to begin a new series of adventures.
Lucasarts and Sierra point and clicks where the backbone of my early PC adventuring gaming. Maniac Mansion and it’s sequel Day of the Tentacle are games I fire up and play still. And now thanks to some industrious fans, you can get the unofficial sequel for free!
Ahhh Steam Sales. Every six months,
CD Projekt Red absolutely blew the world away with The Witcher series, and ever since the title reveal in 2013 has had the gaming world chomping at the bit for Cyberpunk 2077. We are still chomping, but we have something new to dig our teeth into.
I am enjoying Destiny 2, but the threads are getting thin. If you read the internet, a lot of the current players sound to be about the same. The next expansion is truly a make or break release for Destiny as a franchise, but it looks amazing
Today, the Destiny 2 Warmind expansion has gone live. Not quite all the content – the new raid, for example, goes live Saturday Australian time. For some, this is the make or break expansion, for me – time to make awful puns with my mates and enjoy some new shenanigans. Oh, and just in case you didn’t get the reference, Google Friday on My Mind from the Easybeats 🙂