Troll and I and ME: Andromeda

March 20 – March 26

When I look at the list of games to be released this week, one in particular stands out. No one will be surprised to read that I'm an unabashed fan girl of the Mass Effect franchise. I've been hooked ever since the first installment, eagerly awaiting every game that followed, every piece of DLC.
I can’t put it any better than my son did, and I quote: “Angry birds? More like Angry Turds!” #proudfather

GWJ Conference Call Episode 544

GWJ presence at Pax East, Zelda: Breath of The Wild, Nintendo Switch, Stardew Valley, Path of Exile, Black Wake, Worldbuilding, Your Emails and More!

March 13 – March 19

I write this as I stand in line to get into the Expo hall at PAX East, and I wonder what I should pick.
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Orbital Decay – Episode 6

Welcome to Orbital Decay, an episodic collaborative storytelling RPG made possible by our Patreon subscribers! Join Game Master Michael Zenke as he takes Sean Sands, Shawn Andrich, Karla Andrich and Rob Daviau into a mysterious sci-fi adventure where our heroes don't know who they are, where they are or why they've emerged from their damaged cryo pods in the first place.
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Orbital Decay – Episode 5

Welcome to Orbital Decay, an episodic collaborative storytelling RPG made possible by our Patreon subscribers! Join Game Master Michael Zenke as he takes Sean Sands, Shawn Andrich, Karla Andrich and Rob Daviau into a mysterious sci-fi adventure where our heroes don't know who they are, where they are or why they've emerged from their damaged cryo pods in the first place.
Who came first? Who did it better? Have I just made a horribly inappropriate joke without meaning to?

GWJ Conference Call Episode 543

Horizon: Zero Dawn, Zelda: Breath of The Wild, Nintendo Switch, Torment: Tides of Numenera, Open World Games, Your Emails and More!
Neir Automata

March 6 – March 12

It's hard to imagine a lifelong Zelda fan wanting to play anything other than Breath of the Wild the week after release, especially on a shiny new Switch. But then comes NieR: Automata, my most anticipated game since The Last Guardian was announced back in 2009. Platinum Games somehow managed to crank out this follow-up to a gaming cult classic and personal favorite in roughly 3 years.
I’ve never had much patience for the Games Are Art arguments. Are games art or are they Art? Who cares? Make what you want to make. Play what you want to play. If you’re just talking about it, you’re not doing either of those things, which strikes me as unproductive. But what do I know?

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