Roy Graham

Roy Graham

Roy Graham is a writer, boxer and live action roleplayer based in Brooklyn. He’s interested in emergent narrative, monster love stories and wizardry

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Hidden Family Gaming Gems: Trine 2

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When the dinner dishes are clean, the lights dimmed, and the hectic rush of the work day done, it’s time for a bedtime story. Your breathing returns to a normal rate, and with your kids tucked under the blankets, you can embrace that total calm and crack open the spine of a book. But what if you and the youngster could play through your bedtime story together? If that sounds up your alley, then consider picking up Trine 2. Read More

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Albert and Otto: The Adventure Begins Review

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Albert and Otto: The Adventure Begins is about a telekinetic boy with a shotgun and a magical stuffed rabbit in Germany, 1939. Well, at least that’s what it says on the tin. Really, it seems to be set in a land filled with cogs, boxes and thorn bushes and populated exclusively by giant birds, wolves and sheep. Has something terrible happened to 1939 Germany? You know, something worse than what was already happening? Read More

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Corgi Warlock Review

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A lot of people tend to make game characters look like themselves when given the option. They think about what it would be like to be transported from this world into a fantasy adventure filled with heroes, villains, and magic. Fewer people imagine their dogs transposed into those same situations.

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Hidden Family Gaming Gems: Towerfall: Ascension

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If you’re like many American families, you spent a good portion of the last few weeks caught in a cyclonic whirl of close family, distant relatives, and childhood friends with whom you have varying levels of retained closeness. There’s only so many ways you can summarize the trials and tribulations of your previous year before it’s time to have another glass of eggnog.

Wouldn’t you have rather spent that time dropping chandeliers on those same relatives, or bombarding them with flurries of arrows while you dodge similar treatment? With the New Year come and gone, it’s too late now to change the past, but next December, consider bringing Towerfall: Ascension to your holiday celebration. Read More

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9 Games That Won’t Break the Bank This Holiday

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Christmas is right around the corner, which means if you were planning on getting gifts for the special people in your life, you don’t have much time left. If those special people in your life happen to be gamers, Christmas shopping can look prohibitive and expensive with the costs of modern AAA games being what they are. Thankfully, you don’t have to spend a lot to pick up an assortment of great stuff. Here are nine games under $20 for the special people in your life to enjoy. Read More