As you might remember from previous posts, I’m an avid Roleplayer (like Vin Diesel and Wil Wheaton). Next year, Pathfinder 2 is coming. If this doesn’t mean anything to you, read on, I’ll explain some D&D history.
I’ve recently started playing Final Fantasy XV on PC. Final Fantasy is, for those who don’t know it, the staple Japanese Roleplaying Game. Part 15 manages to add something to the open world genre, which in itself is an achievement.
When I was a kid, I used to think the future would be without pressure. I’d have a job, get home from work each day, and do whatever I wanted. No more homework, no more annoying parents, and enough money to buy any toy I liked.
Well, now I’m there, with my own job and house, a wife and a two-year-old daughter, and three cats. The pressure really hasn’t let up. On the contrary.
I was pretty excited when Netflix announced Altered Carbon. I loved the book by Richard K. Morgan, and had high hopes for the series. So, let’s dig in.