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Spacemon: Frontier - Chapter 29: A Wailord of a Time Spacemon: Frontier - Chapter 29: A Wailord of a Time

Welcome to another exciting installment of Spacemon, the tale of a Pokemon TRPG campaign! This is a spinoff of the sci-fi space epic played using the Pokemon Tabletop United (PTU) system, this time GMed by yours truly. You can get caught up the entire Spacemon saga here!

King's Knight Could Not Escape The Wrath Of The Dark Dragon King's Knight Could Not Escape The Wrath Of The Dark Dragon

Gacha games die. Eventually they stop being (or in this case, never are) profitable and their servers get shut off. In this case, I think it’s a damned shame because the game itself was quite fun but it suffered from many problems. Problems that outright led it to an early demise.

Remembering the Value
of Practice Remembering the Value of Practice

With my job now taking up most of my time, a lot of my hobbies have had to fall by the wayside. I’ve been able to keep up with a few of my favorites, obviously including video games and writing, but I haven’t had the time to do a lot of the things I used to really enjoy. One such activity that I regret neglecting is…

Finding A Job Finding A Job

I need a job. That much is certain.

Diving In Diving In

“There are two kinds of people in this world: those that [verb] and those that [verb differently]” statements are generally eye-roll inducing. But I came across two today that got me thinking.

Thirteen Figures Deep Into Girls und Panzer Thirteen Figures Deep Into Girls und Panzer

My merch enthusiasm does not end with Splatoon. In fact, on a pure figure-by-figure basis, after figurines, Nendoriods and Nendoroid Petits, the clear front-runner is someone else: Girls und Panzer, which I have been majorly into since its premiere six (!!!???) years ago. Here’s a look at what I’ve got.

Kirby Mass Attack HD Remake... Or Is It? Kirby Mass Attack HD Remake... Or Is It?

Thanks to the power of the Nintendo Switch, we can now have literally hundreds of Kirbies on screen...

Exercises that Work the Core and Arms Exercises that Work the Core and Arms

I’ve been doing a ton of leg and cardio exercise for the past few weeks and I’ve been wanting to find some good arm and core exercises. I’ve been playing an intense amount of tennis 3 days a week and I’ve been working to work 3 days a week as well and this amount of pressure has been taking a toll on my legs, knees,…

Unproductivity Strikes Again Unproductivity Strikes Again

I have a weekly series I write that I post every single Saturday. I didn’t post today because I didn’t have it done. I was unproductive all week.

Quick impressions! Grand Blue Dreaming and Happy Sugar Life Quick impressions! Grand Blue Dreaming and Happy Sugar Life

Life’s getting a bit much so here’re a couple of quick impressions for two very different, but “interesting” shows.

The Methodology of Starting to Play A Gacha Game The Methodology of Starting to Play A Gacha Game

(aka Thatsmapizza posted the idea first but I’m doing it anyway)

ThePickyGamer Reviews Free Twitch Prime Games- Observer, Tacoma, and The Bridge ThePickyGamer Reviews Free Twitch Prime Games- Observer, Tacoma, and The Bridge

If the last “TPG reviews TPG” post had a puzzle (usually platformer) theme, today’s seem to have a spooky theme, both for me and for my computer, as two of these games are pretty graphically intense, in more ways than one. Observer (technically titled <observer_, but that’s dumb) is a spooky stealth game, Tacoma is an…

Oh Lord, What Have I
Done? Oh Lord, What Have I Done?

Back when Fire Emblem Heroes first came out, I was fairly invested in the game. I found its shallower take on Fire Emblem strategy to be pretty mindlessly engaging, something I could easily play in two-minute sessions while in line at the grocery store, or if a computer program at school was being particularly…

The Dynamic Camera in My Hero: One's Justice Is a Promising Idea The Dynamic Camera in My Hero: One's Justice Is a Promising Idea

Jump Force was not the only Shonen Jump-affiliated fighting game shown off at this year’s E3. They also had one based around the ultra-popular (with me included as a fan) My Hero Academia, and honestly, I am more interested in that one between the two. It appears to have at least one intriguing idea going for it.

I Like Metal Gear Solid More Than I Hate Konami I Like Metal Gear Solid More Than I Hate Konami

Well, I don’t actually hate Konami, but you get the idea.

Sea Lions, Man Sea Lions, Man

Fucking sea lions.

Quick Tips on Starting Star Ocean: Anamnesis Quick Tips on Starting Star Ocean: Anamnesis

I’ve been playing quite a bit of Star Ocean: Anamnesis since it was released earlier this week and I can say that it’s a pretty darn generous compared to the different gatcha games I play. If you’re interested in starting the game, then I would recommend downloading the game soon and following the various tips I’ve…

Old habits  Old habits 

Too much...playing...of video games...

I Have ADHD, And I'm Okay With That I Have ADHD, And I'm Okay With That

In case anyone didn’t catch on (or didn’t want to jump to conclusions) from my articles’ occasionally unfocused structure and excessive use of parentheses, I have ADHD, and it’s a bit more on the extreme side than a lot of the people I know with the same diagnosis.

Are Games Collectible? Are Games Collectible?

Well, obviously, since you can collect them. But I mean in a more intrinsic sense.

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