A gamer since his earliest memory, Alex enjoys practically every video game genre known to humankind (with a particular favoritism toward shooters and RPGs). He's been a long time Dungeons & Dragons player, and he has a fondness for board games and tabletop RPGs.
Articles by Alex Verdini
Fighters have always been a standard introduction into the world of Dungeons & Dragons.
The meshing of modern RPG mechanics, fused together with the Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition ruleset, is a magical experience with the return to the Baldur’s Gate universe.
Rangers sometimes feel like the odd class out in Dungeons & Dragons, and in Baldur’s Gate 3 this is true as well.
The big damage dealer, and arguably one of the best spellcasters in Dungeons & Dragons, is without a doubt the Wizard.
Another day, another battle royale. Enter the magical version this time.
Its been a while since we’ve had a massive real-time strategy campaign to play through.
Iron Harvest is a return to the traditional, competitive style real-time strategy genre.
Annual franchises can be a bit of scary undertaking these days.
Like the Iliad, the Total War series has had a long and storied tradition.
A Fold Apart releases at a particularly difficult time. With a global pandemic underway, most of us are isolating in our homes.
In the months and years following the German occupation of France during World War II, the people of France found it troubling dealing with the oppressive regime placed upon them.
Steel yourself, soldier! A rebellion threatens the entire Western Marches and all that stands between them overthrowing your empire is your carefully placed towers. Empires in Ruins is an