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Impressions: Shadowrun Online Early Access

about X hours ago from Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Impressions: Shadowrun Online Early Access

The honeymoon period for Kickstarter is long over. There are a number of reasons why but perhaps the most impactful is the failure of several high-profile campaigns to deliver what was promised, or going full Darth Vader: ‘We are altering the deal, pray we don’t alter it any further.’ Such drek leads us to Shadowrun [...]

Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is Going To Be Amazing

about X hours ago from Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is Going To Be Amazing

Quick, the RPS hivemind has retired to a snoozing chamber in London to absorb more knowledge into the glorious whole, so let’s have a party. It’ll be full of blood and guts and dead animals and religious subtexts! Not your sort of party? You probably haven’t played enough Binding of Isaac, the gory 2D roguelike [...]

Dwarf Fortress: The Detailed Roguelike That’s Easy To Play

about X hours ago from Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Dwarf Fortress: The Detailed Roguelike That’s Easy To Play

Dwarf Fortress is famous for producing anecdotes by the minute. The two-man, twelve-year, donation-funded indie project weaves together procedurally generated geography, civilizations and histories to create a rich fantasy world. It simulates its characters – standard fare like dwarves, elves, goblins, etc. – down to the most minute detail, and when all its systems combine, [...]

Fixed: Second Episode of Broken Sword 5 Slithers Out

about X hours ago from Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Fixed: Second Episode of Broken Sword 5 Slithers Out

Splitting Broken Sword: The Serpent’s Curse into two episodes may have helped Revolution Software make good on its plan to release the retro adventure revival in 2013, not to mention earn a few pennies sooner rather than later, but unsurprisingly left it feeling incomplete. Though our crack adventure game mercenary Richard ‘Demo Dick’ Cobbett enjoyed [...]

Eternal Sonata: The Music Of Pillars Of Eternity

about X hours ago from Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Eternal Sonata: The Music Of Pillars Of Eternity

Writing music for an RPG must be such a tricky thing. Especially when you’re working with a project as potentially massive as Obsidian Kickstarter darling Pillars of Eternity, you’ve got to breathe life into lilting melodies that rise and crash at the perfect moments, but drift and meander gently throughout. I mean, these songs are [...]