I can become more or less interested in a game based entirely on its story.
I tend to be a "deep-dive binge" kind of gamer.
With the announcement that we're getting a Greedfall 2, it's a great time to remind you what a stellar game Greedfall is -- especially given its inspiration stemming from some of our favorite games.
Sometimes it's as simple as hey, you get to raise dinosaurs.
If you've played any computer games, you've probably played one or more RPGs without really thinking about it.
Here are the games I think you should play while you're stuck inside waiting for COVID-19 lockdown to end -- y'all remember the drill, I assume, from when Anna wrote up a heap of games to play while stuck in.
I don't know if the term closed world makes any sense per se, but considering that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim ushered in the term 'open world' and it's become synonymous with a certain kind of gameplay experience -- also known as sandbox games -- I thought I'd talk about whether or not gamers are finally ready to embrace games which don't subscribe to that philosophy.
After about a month of playing Greedfall, I finally finished it last night and I immediately wanted to write a review of it for the site, because it's a game unlike anything else I've played in years.
Straight up, I do not think I've seen a fantasy RPG willing to take as many narrative chances as Greedfall in quite some time.