Wendy Browne chronicles the experience of running a game of D&D for an intrepid group of 10 to 13-year-olds. Hilarious? Yes. Terrifying? Just a little bit.
In this week’s gaming news: the Spider-Man proposal isn’t what it seems, Riot gets to work, and Leisure Suit Larry might be better than we think. Also, deals!
Angie Wenham shares her experiences at this year’s Nine Worlds. In Part One, she discusses the positive panels and inclusivity she experienced.
Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time is a fun supplement to the series for fans of the anime, but probably won’t satisfy newcomers.
Queer politics in Korea might explain why Jaehee’s route in Mystic Messenge is all “gals being pals” and not an explicit romance. At least it isn’t toxic!
In this week’s gaming news, we have neat convention news, Switch goodies, and pictures of Spider-Man. Also, gaming deals!
Food Fantasy is a predictable take on the gacha genre, but the concept of playing – and fighting – with your food is a delight.
Joesph Langdon takes a look at some of this year’s Yaoi Game Jam entries, and discusses how these games show a brighter future for the BL genre.
If you’ve ever wondered about how LARPing works, look no further: Annie Blitzen’s Finding Your Role series will guide you through the process!
In this week’s gaming news, Riot Games reaches out, Wizards of the Coast artists can’t get in(to the US), and a megagame of thrones.