Call of Cthulhu (2018 Video Game): A Review

Greetings gentle readers!  Today, thanks to publisher Focus Home, I am bringing you a review of the latest release from Cyanide Studio, the game “Call of Cthulhu”.  I did receive a promotional key for the purposes of this review, as…

Kingdoms of Amalur: A Review

There is a moment towards the end where I say the word “retarded” in regards to the game and I immediately realize I should not have. I apologize for that, and I am still working to unlearn a lot of…

An Interview with the Writer/Designer of Nighthawks: Richard Cobbett

I recently had a chance to chat with the writer and designer of upcoming Vampire RPG “Nighthawks“, which is being published by Wadjet Eye Games and currently being kickstarted. Considering this is my first interview, I was a little worried…

A Terminally Nerdy Update

Hello everyone! I figured I would sit down and post here on my blog my current and future plans for Terminally Nerdy. You all might have seen my Patreon post (it was public) going over things a bit but I…

Pokemon Ultra Sun / Ultra Moon: A Review

As I sat in the Champions chair after the final showdown with my rival and friend, Hau, I had to reflect on the journey it took to get here.  High atop Mt Lanakila, surrounded by my partners, I had to…

State of the Nerd – March 2018

I figured I would take a minute and update all my readers (I have readers? Thats weird) about where things are going and how I am doing. So far, personally, 2018 has been extremely unpleasant. My hands are starting to…

Michtim: Fluffy Adventures! A Review

I present to you a Valentines Day gift.  The gift of a wonderful game, full of cute and fluffy hamster like spirits just ready and willing to go with you on an adventure!  Lets take a look today, at Michtim:…

4th Edition: Was it really that bad?

The answer to that question is no, by the way.  But it’s interesting to discuss why. 4th Edition DND gets a lot of hate on the internet from the old guard.  The folks who started in 3rd Edition or earlier…

Adapting Your Favorite Fictional Worlds to Tabletop (Guest Post)

This is a guest post by fellow blogger Goluptious Geek.  You can find him on twitter here, and on his own blog right here.  Today he decided to discuss adapating your favorite fiction worlds to your tabletop games! One of…

The DISCWORLD MUD – A Review

Discworld. A world created by British author Terry Pratchett which contain a variety of funny and interesting novels. There is also a MUD based on the world created by good ol Sir Terry. The MUD is what we will be…

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