What do you get when you combine an entertaining strategy card game with one of Mithrandiel’s favorite things? Find out as he reviews Mega Man Pixel Tactics!
The Mighty Nein find themselves in more trouble than they signed up for as they battle a scary man in black armor, steal a glowing orb from the government, and discover one of their own may not be who they seem. Catch up with this week’s Critical Role Review!
This week’s Critical Role Review is full of government espionage, breaking and entering, leper dicks, a fight with a rug, holy shit moments, and a series of amazing critical fails. Find out how the Nein work their way out of this one in I.Am.No.Man’s Critical Role Review!
Join Illusion and truck across the galaxy (while hoping to return in one piece) straight from your phone, in “Galaxy Trucker” from CGE Digital!
Join Illusion and lead your clan to immense power in the new 2-player card battling game “Crystal Clans”!
The Mighty Nein explore the vast city of Zadash, spying on a corrupt government official, visiting the gregarious Pumat Sol, and reading all the smutty romance novels they can get their hands on. All this and more in this weeks Critical Role Review!
Mithrandiel interviews the CEO of Obscure Reference Games, David Zuckman, regarding their recently released board game: Overlords of Infamy!
Mithrandiel unboxes the February box from Loot Anime! With a “Tech” theme, there’s lots of awesome treats inside – check it out!
The Mighty Nein venture through the sewers to take down a valuable bounty. I.Am.No.Man. reviews episode 10 of Critical Role – Campaign 2!
The Mighty Nein explore a new city, sign a sketchy contract, and experience an exciting amount of friendly bath time nudity. What will our Mighty heroes get up to next, find out more in this week’s Critical Role Review!
The Mighty Nein adventure on! There’s a highway robbery, extreme syphilis, and a mystical magical Enchanter named Pumat Sol. All this and more in I.Am.No.Man’s weekly Critical Role Review.
Episode 7 is here! There is action, adventure, regular gnolls, a mysteriously cool newcomber and someone earns the title of Baby Killer. All this and more in this week’s Critical Role Review.