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The Analog Gamer: Distance Decapitation

A few weeks back I wrote a piece detailing the Neverwinter Nights games as a desktop RPG replacement. I’d come…

The Analog Gamer: Touching Evil

This week I’m going to step back a bit from the reviews and products and talk about the concept of…

The Analog Gamer: Passing Judgment

Chocolate and Peanut butter might have sounded insane when first proposed but I think most of us would agree that…

The Analog Gamer: Risky Venture

We’re taking a break this week from the virtual game table series to soak in some of the information on…

The Analog Gamer: Neverwinter & Nemesis

This week we kick off the first in a series of columns focusing on bringing the pen-and-paper experience of RPGs…

The Analog Gamer: Alignment = Chaotic Hungry

“What’s my motivation?” he asked as I handed him the character sheet for the leader of the Kobolds. “Well you’ve…

The Analog Gamer: Heretical Review

I’ve made no secret that I’m a fan of the Warhammer 40K games, both digital and analog – though the…

The Analog Gamer: Plastic Death

A few years back, while trying desperately to perfect my RTS skills for an upcoming LAN party, I decided it…

The Analog Gamer: Digital Conversions

Sure you’ve been playing pen-and-paper RPGs for a while now, but the time has come to try and convert the…

Today is Appreciate a Dragon Day!

Illustration by Lars Grant-West. (c) 2008 Wizards of the Coast, Inc. In the spirit of our new feature, the Analog…

The Analog Gamer: Shuffling Electrons

Card games. Not something you’d think has a natural connection to the electronic gaming generation. Traditionally the act of playing…

The Analog Gamer: Death on the Battlefield

“The commander saw victory in his grasp, the greenskins had been pushed back and he knew the tactical elements of…

The Analog Gamer: Rolling for Initiative

Video games are an evolutionary entertainment form. They didn’t sprout spontaneously like Athena from the skull of Zeus into maturity….

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