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Barnestorming- Sun Tzu in Review, Imperial Assault Impressions, Captain Toad, D'angelo
Sun Tzu- "Tastes Great". King Chu "Less Filling.
 
 
Suns For The Sun God - Ra Review
Although I spend a lot of time writing about old games, I’ve put off writing about Ra for a long time. This is because, unlike most of my favorite games, I struggled for a long time to put my finger exactly on what I love so much about Ra. Reiner Knizia’s classic was one of the first games I bought when I started collecting games, and over all those years I’ve always had a hard time defining why it works so well.
 
 
Introducing Charlie Theel - Greatest Hits
Introducing Charlie Theel – A Greatest Hits List As a new weekly columnist and staff member of Fortress: Ameritrash I thought I’d kick off my first entry as an introduction of sorts.  Many of you know me and many of you don’t but I’ve been gaming on the tabletop since I was a pre-teen, reviewing games for the past 2 years, and designing for the past several as well.  My first design, A Fistful Of Dinero, is set to be released in February and I intend it not to be my last.  ...
 
 
The Twelve Games Of Christmas - 2014 Edition
The holiday season is a time for tradition, and as we all know “tradition” is a Christmas-y word for obligation. I’ve been at my tradition for five years now, where I look at my twelve favorite games and see what has shifted over the last year. My approach has evolved some, but I do it again from scratch every year. Our tastes aren’t set in stone after all. You can see by reading my lists from2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013. 
 
 
Barnestorming- Sheriff of Nottingham in Review, Bestial Forces, GotG, The Babadook
And also velvety bags.
 
 
Lord of the Mind Bomb
In addition to the recent post on weird connections, I also have this memory of reading The Lord of the Rings trilogy while listening to The The's brilliant Mind Bomb.    
 
 
This 12+ minute screencast is primarily for aspiring designers, not for professionals. This is a followup to "10 'need to knows' about game design" http://gamasutra.com/blogs/LewisPulsipher/20141020/228137/Video_screencast_10_quotNeed_to_Knowsquot_about_Game_Design.php The text of the slides follows.  Of course, there's a lot more to the screencast than this text. 11 MORE “need to knows” about Game Design Dr. Lewis Pulsipher Pulsiphergames.com “Game Design” channel on YouTube Original 10 Wasn’t Enough I started with 10 “ntk” But I thought of more than 10, so here...
 
 
Barnestorming- Claustrophobia/Furor Sanguinis in Review, Smash, Riddick, Jem and the Holograms
Got room for just one battlesaur?
 
 
Beat Takeshi's favourite RPG*; Dungeon Crawl Classics Review
In my quest to continue procrastinating rather than finishing up the writing of my PhD thesis (I have two weeks left!), I write yet another review. RPGs are hard to review because so much of the experience is contextual to the group. With a single player video game, or a film, at a certain level everyone sees the same thing, though they may reflect upon it differently. Consequently if you read a lot of rpg reviews on somewhere like RPGnet.com a lot are really book reviews. They outline the content of the book and...
 
 
Citizenfour - Barney's Incorrect Five Second Reviews
Best documentary since The Cove. Feels like some real honest filmmaking once again. I hope director Laura Poitras doesn't end up getting a chip on her shoulder like Michael Moore did, she is doing some very brave and important work. I'll admit I knew very little of Edward Snowden other than what I saw presented in the media. I didn't really think of him as a treasonous traitor or hero (definitely not a hero, that's for sure). I wasn't sure what to expect from this documentary, I wasn't sure if I was going to get flooded with...
 
 
 
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