I have ranted and raved about Dungeons & Dragons constantly, here and elsewhere, since 1996 when a classmate sold me on the concept during a middle school science class when we should have been paying attention to a lecture on the Periodic Table. While I
MASTER BOOT RECORD, while still coming off the immense release of his last, amazing album, "Floppy Disc Overdrive," has just released the "VirtuaVerse OST!" This release coincides with the game's release yesterday - after years of hype it's finally here!
The "VirtuaVerse OST" differs from MBR's main albums,
A long time ago, when I first started writing about video games for NRW, I did an article about the amazing music written for the Genesis/Mega Drive and talked about how much I like sounds of the YM2616 chip that system uses. I still listen
The vigilante of synth, Street Cleaner, is back
The rank and file “bad guys” we see in a typical video game have become ubiquitous. One could even say that without them, you wouldn't have a game at all. We undervalue them. We dismiss them as filler. I maintain that these workaday villains are
The core of almost every decent video game's story is conflict. Whether it's the fierce hand-to-hand hoops of NBA Jam, the brutal martial arts murder of Mortal Kombat, or DOOM's epic battle against Hell
Oh, you guys are gonna be so pissed.
I am a “keep going to the well” kind of dude. You can even tell me the well is dry. I will bring my shovel and dig deeper for groundwater. What I lack in creativity, I make up
OD&D BOOK I: MEN & MAGIC
Games aren't necessarily electronic or even mechanically complex. We talk a lot about classic video games here, but the tabletop gets sorely neglected, and I aim to correct that. A poll or two, along with the resurgence of board games
December. A year and a decade are turning over, and the pocket protector collective here at NRW like to take this time to reflect upon the past year's events, moments, and memories. You know what we like even more than that? Making top ten lists,
It’s easy to become overloaded with the extensive range of interactive experiences provided by modern video games. In this continually evolving golden age of gaming, it’s difficult not to occasionally pine after the simpler approach of a retro game. Many 8-bit and 16-bit titles have
Recently, John Romero released a fifth episode for the original, legendary 1993 DOOM. I hope you're ready to face hell again, because it's packed into this one tighter than rancid sardines. You will be hurt
You’ve heard it a thousand times before but we’ll say it again. Nostalgia is one hell of a drug. So today, we’re taking that same trip down memory lane. If you’re a PC gamer and bored of all the new stuff coming out, you might