From Carmageddon to DOTP and Risk Factions, Stainless’ titles span two decades of addiction. Today, WiNG talks with CEO Patrick Buckland about his company, its games, and… its parties?
Dungeons and Dragons is a game about many, many things. Fantasy, swords, sorcery and roleplaying are generally considered chief among them. However, with 4th Edition, a lot can be done with just dice rolling! With this being the case, you need to have your dice rolling skills at their maximum. But there are a couple things you need before you can even start thinking about rolling those dice. First item on the list? Fingers.
While playing RDR and re-playing Zelda: Ocarina of Time this past week or so, I asked myself how the tactics these games require could translate into an article. I could have done some bullshit piece like “How to Rock Ultimate at Horseshoes in RDR” but that would have been a total cop-out. So, I got to thinking about all those general things necessary in more or less every game. So today, I’ll be talking about a bunch of considerations that can be boiled down to one simple goal: How to Not Suck.