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Complete Nonsense Game & Movie Reviews

This is where you can find the best in terms of cult movie and indie game reviews. I tend to focus a lot on RPGs and adventure video games but I also tackle the tabletop variety. Check them out, let me know what you think.

King of Dragon Pass Review

"King of Dragon Pass brings to the video game table something of the interactivity inherent in a more tabletop, pen and paper medium. It offers a mix of equa...

Venture into the Wasteland - Wasteland 1 Review

"Playing the Wasteland PC game in modern times can only elicit feelings of appreciation. Appreciation not only for how far video games have gotten, but also ...

The Dark Crystal Review

The Dark Crystal comes from a time when the term CGI didn’t exist yet, and most of the special effects you saw in movies were actually made by hand, using sk...

Samurai Jack - Retrospective Review

This is my Samurai Jack Retrospective, a not-so quick look at what Samurai Jack is and how this sets it apart from other animated shows from the 2000s as wel...

Real Genius Review

Today I want to bring to your attention an overlooked movie, a hidden geek gem of the '80s. It’s a movie about super-smart physics students, lasers, being to...

Hunter Prey Review

Hunter Prey is a low-budget independent movie that manages to do what many and much better-financed science fictions flicks fail to do: it creates a believab...

Bastion Review

Bastion doesn't need me to review it but I love the game so much that I'm going to do it anyway. Check it out, share it and subscribe to my channel! Facebook...

Gibbous - A Cthulhu Adventure Demo Review

Gibbous is an old-school point-and-click adventure game being developed by a three-man team with a penchant for the charms of Lovecraft, comedy and a deep ap...

Dead Space Downfall Review

Dead Space: Downfall is meant to be a story prequel to the first Dead Space game and as far as that is concerned, it works perfectly. As a stand-alone movie ...

Dustbowl Review

Dustbowl is an indie game that blends the basics of adventure games and RPGs, sets them in a post-apocalyptic world, then makes use of the most ancient of 8-...

Top 5 Dungeons and Dragons Monsters for A Low-Level Adventure

This is a quick list of five low-level monsters that you should add to the mix, when creating your next Dungeons and Dragons adventure. Accompanied by a coup...

The Age of Decadence Review

Join me in The Age of Decadence, one of the most hardcore turn-based cRPG experiences that you can undertake. A video game aimed at those of us who really lo...

The Great Whale Road Review (Early Access)

"The Great Whale Road is an interactive narrative game, with some lite-RPG and resource management aspects which also features turn-based tactical combat tha...

Honour RPG Review - Tabletop RPG alternative to Dungeons and Dragons

Honour is an indie tabletop RPG based around Chinese and Asian mythology which caters to those gamers interested in trying out some alternatives to Dungeons ...

Top 5 Sword & Sorcery movies for your D&D campaign

In this video I talk about five super-cool sword and sorcery movies that you can have playing in the background during your DnD sessions. I use DnD as a catc...

Guild of Dungeoneering Review

The Guild of Dungeoneering may be a videogame but it is a great example of how tabletop gaming has been wonderfully, exuberantly, explodingly increasing in p...

Jotun Review (I mention Valhalla Edition as well)

Originally launched in September of 2015, Jotun has just received a major update called Jotun: The Valhalla Edition. Basically a new game mode in which you c...

The Hogwarts Houses as RPG classes

In this video I take a look at how the Hogwarts Houses translate into RPG classes. This is a rather general analysis but on the other hand both the Houses an...

Expeditions: Conquistador Review

Developed by Danish indie dev studio Logic Artists, Expeditions: Conquistador is an incredibly well-designed game, especially when you consider that this was...

Zavix Tower Review

Zavix Tower is a first-person real-time role-playing dungeon crawler with turn-based combat, built around the idea of a magical tower with an infinite number...

Ember Review

Ember’s creators describe the game as being an homage to classic role-playing games and that is true to a certain degree however, I think the focus was a bit...

Masquerada: Songs and Shadows Review

Masquerada: Songs and Shadows starts off with the promise of action and intrigue worthy of a classic high adventure Alexandre Dumas novel. But can the Songs ...

Banished Review

Banished is a new entry on the scene of city builders. A scene that used to be populated by some veritable giant titles and franchises but which has unfortun...