Everyone loves the Pathfinder Tales novels, being as close to a pen and paper or videogame role-playing experience as you can get. Here is our second take look at a good one, Pathfinder Tales: Through the Gate in the Sea.
The Steins;Gate 0 game is one of the type of visual novels where gameplay is sort of like those classic Choose Your Own Adventure books. Bridging the gap between books and games, they may appeal to readers and players.
Star Trek: The Jackal’s Trick is so engrossing that it’s hard to put down. Especially for Trek fans, this one has got it all, angry Klingons, Picard at the helm of the Enterprise, Riker and his wife Dianna Troi plus Worf and Geordie La Forge.
For Honor creates an endless conflict between some of history’s most valiant warriors: knights, samurai and Vikings. The genius thing about the game is that the largest battles always come down to a series of deadly duels and small-combat actions.
This week Billy is checking out a Digimon Heroes on his smartphone and he’s really hoping it’ll live up to his expectations as a Digimon fan.
For those who appreciate puzzle games, Semispheres is one of the most innovative we’ve seen in a while. It’s calm and serene on the surface, but it’s challenges are downright diabolical once you get behind that pretty facade.
The World Walker perfectly blends sci-fi and fantasy in a tale about the birth of magic in our world. Considering few books mix that so seamlessly, it makes for a great read despite a few overused clichés.
In Pathfinder Tales: Through the Gate in the Sea, readers are treated to a sea tale, inter-dimensional travel, a complex commentary on imperialism and a good old fashioned abandoned ancient city.
The Sixteenth entry in the series, Tales of Berseria, breaks a lot of traditions to bring us a much darker story filled with murder, revenge and vengeance. Combined with a fine-tuned combat system, Berseria will appeal to Tales fans and RPG lovers of all stripes.
Burrito Bison: Launcha Libre is the Time Waster this week and it has Billy all nostalgic for one of the first Time Waster reviews he ever wrote.