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.
There are a lot of games to choose from this week, but I’m going to go with the one I’ve been looking forward to ever since I saw it at PAX East earlier this year.
Serial Cleaner puts you in the role of a professional cleaner, but not the sort you’d find in an Amy Jones movie. More the sort you’d find in a Quentin Tarantino movie.
"Doom is back, you guys!" Sean Sands delightfully cheers on the Conference Call. My shoulders bounce from a soft chuckle, then slump.
When I play the 2016 DOOM, I have a good time. I recognize the craftsmanship that has gone into its level creation and the careful hand-balancing each of its encounters. This is not just a good game, it is an excellent game.
“Can we get GNOG, pleeeease?”
Five words. Five simple words, asking for a new game. Five words that might pass with a “not now” or a “we’ll see” or a “we can’t buy every game.”
In another house.
In this house they’re like music. The good kind, with backup singers and a decent brass section. It makes my heart sing along when I hear it.
I’m still poring over my options in the steam sale. My budget is limited this year, but there’s still plenty of fun to be had in the discount racks.
There’s a lot to look at this week, but nothing that jumps out at me, so I’m going to let my son pick this week’s GOTW. He’s been eyeing Crash Bandicoot NSane Trilogy since before he saw it at Pax East.