RPGs have always had a foundation in the table-top genre. Table-top options like adventure books and Dungeons and Dragons helped to provide the architecture for games like Baldur’s Gate and more. Tin Man Games have been re-releasing classic adventure books for modern audiences over the years, but The Warlock of Firetop Mountain represents something new.
This is a game that is trying to capture the table-top and rogue-like/RPG audiences of today. Delivering something that may not hit each flavor perfectly, but is a great first step nonetheless.
I have an exclusive first look at the Warlock of Firetop Mountain. It’s a PC take on the classic tabletop game. If there’s interest in me doing a let’s break, let me know.
The Final Station starts off with a great hook. The concept is that zombies have taken over and you must survive via train. While the basics are there, The Final Station just doesn’t have enough steam to make it to its destination.
I took out my fake electric guitar to talk about Rock Band and what happened to the once great party game empire that Harmonix built.