After playing Diablo 2 and Diablo 2 LOD for almost two years, the need for another hack and slash RPG that does not dddrrraaaaggg on with a story or have a turn based combat system that you can take a leak during and not miss anything. Funny thing is, I did take nature breaks in Dungeon Siege during combat and lived to tell about it! I usually do not care much about a story since very little is “new” in terms of story line from the norm: Unknown hero gets bless with [Continue Reading]
PlayStation 2 ~ Added a new game, Twisted Metal: Black.
Dungeon Siege ~ It seems as though Dungeon Siege has the same problem that plagued Pool of Radiance. If you have not read my Trouble Shooting Tips for POR HERE, then I will spell them out again. View my Dungeon Siege Trouble Shooting Tips.
Dungeon Siege ~ Added new character: Ms Black Viper, Woman-At-Arms. View all of My characters HERE.
Dungeon Siege ~ New Section. There is little if anything posted as of right now, but I am planning on much. Pages include Character Stats, News and maybe a Siegelet from BV. I also have been playing with GMAX. I just do not know where to start. Stay tuned.
Darkstone ~ Updated BlackViper Stats! (Level 57)
Darkstone ~ Updated Walkthrough section. Still small, but almost finished. Completed 3 of 4 world areas.
Pool of Radiance RoDM ~ Multiplayer and other issues updated. v1.4 Patch released.
I added some more information to the Windows XP Service Configuration Pages. Check them out! I also updated all of the hyperlinks to ensure that their is no 404’s. If you do find one, please let me know.
From my Commodore 64 days, I remember SSI and the D&D games sucking away plenty of my teen years. Sometimes, I wish I could go back and enjoy those game play moments again. Pool of Radiance RoDM, the old name that it is, released on the PC in September of 2001. Needless to say, 13 years of computing did little for this game. Even though the graphics are well done for the only (seemingly low) resolution the game supports, the rest of the game needed a little more development time before release. CRPG’s have [Continue Reading]