Experience Dungeons & Dragons in a way that you’ve never seen before with Baldur’s Gate: Descent Into Avernus, Baldur’s Gate: Descent into Avernus Dice & Miscellany, and Battle for Baldur’s Gate – all available for purchase starting today. Baldur’s Gate, a dangerous metropolis, ranks among the most iconic locations in fantasy, popularized by the video game series of the same name. The new release includes: Baldur’s Gate: Descent Into Avernus The newest Dungeons & Dragons adventure book takes players (level 1 to 13) from Baldur’s Gate to Avernus, the first layer of the Nine Hells. Players become embroiled in a … Continue reading Baldur’s Gate: Descent Into Avernus Ready for Play
Aster’s a little worried about finding a place to play their tabletop game, but Trace assures them that he has the perfect place to play.
This week our Time Waster took time away from video games to enjoy a Magic: The Gathering game with family and friends over the holidays.
Those of you who played and loved Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn when it first came out will be overjoyed to play it on a slick new iOS-based touchscreen interface.
Playdek, a leading mobile video games publisher, and Wizards of the Coast , a subsidiary of Hasbro, and leader in entertaining the lifestyle gamer, recently announced the release of the highly-anticipated Lords of Waterdeep on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Available on the App Store (on Nov. 21), Lords of Waterdeep is a stunning digital adaptation of the award-winning Dungeons & Dragons strategic board game. In Lords of Waterdeep, two to five players assume the role of masked Lords controlling the intriguing city of Waterdeep, one of the most beautiful yet dangerous port cities in the Forgotten Realms. The Lords’ … Continue reading Lords Of The Waterdeep Now Available
I’ll make this clear up front: I’m not a great advocate of ‘collectible card games.’ I’ve played Magic: The Gathering and some of the other ones. But the sheer volume of knowledge required to even handle the basics seemed like too much squeezing for the juice. All the accounting required to keep everything straight killed the fun of it for me, and there would always be questions that arose during play, such as cards with seemingly opposable powers and situations that arose that required the intervention of a referee to determine what the correct course of action was. But now … Continue reading It’s a Kind of Magic