We did it!
We finally released it. It's been awhile in the making, but it is available now!
Campaign Series: Middle East 1948-1985
The new Terminator movie has arrived and, surprise, surprise, it apparently stinks .This isn't rocket science, folks. It really shouldn't be that hard to make a worthy sequel...IF you bother to actually watch the original film and think about what sets it apart from the dreadful chain of half-baked sequels.
The problem here isn't that all the good ideas have already been used up, or lack of budget, or any of that other nonsense. It's Hollywood's complete inability to grasp what made the original film so engaging and different than the typical mush churned out by executives more interested
If you are expecting a comprehensive overview of Neon Genesis Evangelion, I am sorry to say that you are not going to find that in this post. Truth is, I have only watched the first five episodes of this piece of anime, and then only because Adult Swim was showing Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death and Rebirth a few days ago. From what I could tell, this was a movie cobbled together from various episodes of the series. Sadly, I had no idea what the heck was going on, but I was intrigued by the many religious themes that kept popping up during the movie,
The Campaign Series is now found on Facebook.
Link to Facebook
You will be able to find what we're up to and some new screenshots.
Almost a year ago to the day, I posted a blog entry entitled "You Made Me Do This!" In a nutshell, it was my rant about the terrible state of PC gaming. At the time I had every intention of checking out of PC gaming and devoting my free time to board games and miniatures, something I hadn't done since the mid to late '90s. Unfortunately, that never came to pass. Shortly after setting up my first game of Tomorrow's War, I became ill and had to let it sit fallow for a few weeks. By the time I felt better, the madness of the holidays had arrived