Intro: I’ve been a fan of Greek mythology since I was a little kid in the 2000s. I’ve also been a fan of Supergiant Games since “Bastion” first came out in 2011. Now it’s 2020, and I just learned that there’s an early release build for “Hades,” a rogue-like dungeon crawler video game centered around Greek mythology that’s been in development by Supergiant since 2018. … Continue reading Hell, Gods and Father Issues | “Hades” Early Access Video Game Review
Intro: If you’ve read Stephen King’s “Dark Tower” book series (or seen the horrible movie) then you already know the general concept of a lone hero having to travel towards the top of a mysterious tower. Well in “Slay the Spire” you do just that, over and over again. Gameplay: “Slay the Spire” is a rogue-like much like games such as “The Binding of Isaac” … Continue reading ‘Binding of Isaac meets Hearthstone’ | ‘Slay the Spire’ Video Game Review
The Curse of Strahd is and has always been one of the most iconic Dungeons and Dragons tabletop campaigns. A thick, rich, immersive story with endless possibilities, good for those who enjoy heavy roleplaying, and also good for those who enjoy heavy amounts of intricate combat.
Strangely, the popular MMORPG Neverwinter didn’t have anything Barovian in their game… Until recently. Module 14 was built around the DnD titan finally bringing Strahd Von Zarovich’s realm to gaming consoles and PCs. For PCs, they had a while to enjoy it until it was released to console systems on August 28th. Continue reading “Neverwinter’s newest idea: Bringing Barovia to gaming”
When InReview launched a few weeks ago, it did so with the intent of being primarily an outlet for entertainment reviews, but also a place for opinions about the world and politics. While InReview will retain its focus on entertainment, the InTheNews tab will be dedicated specifically to this “other” content, primarily opinion pieces about politics and anything non-entertainment related. The intent is for this … Continue reading Site additions: InTheNews and more